Vinicius jr. makes derby history as Real Madrid stars labelled ‘best duo in the world’ after Atleti triumph

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Real Madrid’s derby triumph on Sunday evening has since given rise to a whole host of noteworthy talking points.

Vini dazzles once more

Carlo Ancelotti’s men marked their return to action a short time ago.

In the latest edition of the Madrid derby, Los Blancos welcomed cross-town rivals Atletico to the Bernabeu, hopeful of extending their advantage atop the La Liga table to a hefty eight points.

And, upon the final whistle sounding in the Spanish capital, this is precisely what Real had managed.

A controlled performance, across which the nous of the likes of Luka Modric, Thibaut Courtois and Casemiro proved key, ultimately culminated in the hosts emerging on the right side of a 2-0 scoreline.

Karim Benzema (inevitably) opened the evening’s scoring on the quarter of an hour mark, lashing home a sumptuous volley from partner in crime Vinicius Jr’s pull-back:

And Vinicius proved decisive once again early in the 2nd-half, this time teeing up Marco Asensio to double Real’s advantage, and kill the clash as a contest.

In the process, meanwhile, the Brazilian made Madrid derby history, as the first player to provide a pair of assists in a single La Liga showdown between Real and Atletico in the 21st century:

‘Best in the world’

And the chatter surrounding not only Vinicius, but strike partner Karim Benzema, has not ended there.

As showcased below, viewers of this evening’s clash have taken to social media in their absolute numbers post-match, to go as far as to suggest that, on current form, Real’s prolific pairing represent ‘the best duo in the world’:

 

 

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