Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos is shown a red card by referee Alejandro Hernandez Reuters / Sergio Perez Livepic
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Lionel Messi struck his 500th Barcelona goal deep into stoppage time to earn the Catalans a 3-2 win over Real Madrid in El Clasico Sunday.Messi's late intervention moves Barca top with both sides locked on 75 points.The five-time World Player of the Year also lured Sergio Ramos into a wild challenge that saw the Madrid captain sent off and Casemiro was also lucky to avoid a red card for two fouls on Messi before halftime.However, Ramos could have few complaints as he lunged in two-footed on Messi to crucially leave his side a man down for the final 13 minutes.It is the fifth time Ramos has been sent off against Barca.
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