After snatching a 2-1 win at the Nou Camp in Sunday’s El Clasico, Real Madrid maintained their supremacy over Barcelona.
Madrid has now won four consecutive games against their arch-rivals.
The last time Barcelona beat Madrid at the Nou Camp was in 2018.
Madrid climbed to the top of the league table with 20 points, the same as Sevilla, but with a better goal difference.
In the 32nd minute, David Alaba found himself wide open on the left flank after a wonderful ball from Rodrygo and unleashed a rocket into the corner to give Madrid the lead.
On 93 minutes, Madrid scored their second goal off the counter, with Marco Asensio’s shot being saved and Lucas Vázquez scoring on the rebound.
Sergio Aguero scored a consolation goal for Barcelona in the 97th minute, slotting in a cross for his first goal for the club