A Messi ending for Mourinho's Madrid
William Hill offer odds of 1/50 for a repeat of the 2009 Champions League final between Manchester United and Barcelona after the completion of the first leg semi-finals of Europe's premier competition.
Barcelona, like Manchester United the night before, won away from home by two goals to nil in their first leg match and they are now 8/15 favourites to win the Champions League.
Real Madrid are 16/1 to defy the odds and qualify for the final, while Barcelona are available at 1/100 to play at Wembley.
The red cards for Pepe and Pinto were the sixth and seventh dismissals in the four El Classico's this season and Hills are offering odds of just 15/8 for another red card at the Camp Nou.
Meanwhile, Lionel Messi is now rated 8/13 favourite to win a third consecutive Ballon D'Or following his mesmeric second half performance at the Bernabeu. The legendary Leo has now scored a club record 52 goals for Barcelona in all competitions this season.
‘There was more red on show at the Bernabeu than at average bullfight,' said Hills spokesman Graham Sharpe, ‘That said, Barcelona were worthy winners and are deservedly favourites to win this year's Champions League.'
Latest William Hill Champions League odds
Barcelona - 1/100
Real Madrid - 16/1
Barcelona - 8/11
Draw - 12/5
Real Madrid - 3/1
Sending off in the 2nd leg - 15/8
Pep Guardiola sent off in 2nd leg - 25/1
Man Utd/Barcelona - 1/50
Man Utd/Real Madrid - 16/1
Barcelona/Schalke - 16/1
Schalke/Real Madrid - 250/1
Champions League Outright
Man Utd 13/8
Real Madrid 40/1
Lionel Messi to win Ballon D'or 2011 - 8/13