Messi-Ronaldo-Gayle set to light up the action on TV
New Delhi: Sunday proved to be a special day for sports fanatics all across the world. With three major sporting events- Formula 1, T20 World Cup Final and El Clasico- scheduled in the same day; sports fans are expected to stay glued to their television sets all across the globe.
In India, no doubt after India's early exit, the interest in the ICC Twenty20 World Cup final has waned a bit, but the presence of Chris Gayle in today's final, would force the cricket enthusiast tune into the match later this evening.
At the end of the day, far away in Europe, two football clubs would clash in the much anticipated football match of the season, El Clasico.
The football match between Real Madrid and Barcelona is expected to generate a massive television viewership all across the globe.
El Clásico ("The Classic"), is the name given in football to any match between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. It is contested twice a year in the Spanish La Liga competition, and more often if the clubs meet in other competitions. Other than the UEFA Champions League Final, it is the most followed club football match in the world, watched by hundreds of millions of people.
The game will broadcast live to more than 30 European, Asian, North America, South American, Central American and African countries, while 680 accredited journalists, photographers, commentators, camera people and technicians - representing 139 outlets from 28 countries - will cover the Clasico this Sunday, quoted goal.com.
Media professionals estimate that the game will attract more than 400 million television audiences.
Sunday will prove to be an action packed weekend for the sports lover.