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Pep Guardiola Spotted at Camp Nou for Barcelona Versus Real Madrid Fixture
- Pep Guardiola won numerous trophies as a player and a manager of Barcelona during his time at the club
- Barca beat Real Madrid 2-1 in El Clasico thanks to goals from Sergi Roberto and a late Franck Kessie effort
- Ex-Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola was in attendance at Camp Nou to watch his former team beat Madrid
Pep Guardiola may have left Barcelona for pastures new, but the club will always remain part of his heart.
The Manchester City manager was a player and later a coach of the Catalan giants, and is still a huge supporter of the side.
Guardiola showed his support for La Blaugrana as he was spotted in the stands ahead of their El Clasico encounter with Real Madrid.
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The Spanish manager was spotted in the stands with Johann Cruyff's wife before the game started.
Widely considered as Barcelona's greatest manager, Guardiola was no slouch as a player either. As noted by the club's website, he played 479 games for the side and scored 16 goals.
He won six league titles as a player, four Spanish Super Cups, two Copa Del Rey trophies, two European Super Cups, and one European Cup.
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Guardiola's presence at Camp Nou may have been twofold. The former Barcelona manager could have also been there scouting Carlo Ancelotti's Madrid ahead of a potential clash.
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The victory dents Los Blancos' ambitions of retaining the title and leaves the Catalans that much closer to lifting the trophy for the first time since 2019.
Carlo Ancelotti's charges took the lead through a Ronald Araujo own goal, but Barca pulled level when Sergi Roberto tucked home just before half-time.