Barcelona's players celebrate Andres Iniesta's goal against Real Madrid during La Liga's second 'Clasico' soccer match of the season at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid March 23, 2014. (REUTERS/Paul Hanna)
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La Liga is set for one of the most exciting finishes in years after Barcelona blew the title race wide open with a win at Real Madrid in Sunday's "Clasico" that left Atletico Madrid the masters of their own destiny.Barca's 4-3 victory at the Bernabeu means Real and Atletico both have 70 points with nine games left, with champions Barca, chasing a fifth La Liga crown in six years, a point behind.Atletico's impressive achievements under Argentine coach Diego Simeone have shaken up a league increasingly dominated by Barca and Real, the world's richest clubs by income.Likewise, Barca have a superior head-to-head over Real after beating them 2-1 at the Nou Camp in October, the last time the Madrid club lost before Sunday.
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