Barcelona's Luis Suarez scored a hat-trick on Sunday when his side defeated rivals Real Madrid 5-1 in a hugely entertaining Clasico that will surely signal the end of Julen Lopetegui's unfortunate coach after a smooth 11-team move Minute came Suarez after half an hour advantage by turning a penalty, which was imposed after consultation with the assistant referee (VAR). Real had looked lifeless in the first half, but showed a brave performance after the break after a tactical change from Lopetegui. They were right in getting back a goal from Marcelo and were about to score a equalizer when Luka Modric hit the post and Sergio Ramos missed the goal. Barca put his authority into the last 15 minutes with two more goals from Suarez Substitute Arturo Vidal turned the knife into Real, who lost their last three league games and finished ninth behind Barca in Liga La Liga , Real did not look confident from the start when Benzema hammered Gareth's cross. When he had time to get the ball under control, he threw himself over the crossbar. Barca shook their faith and their opening goal was a pleasure to see when Ivan Rakitic dismissed Jordi Alba with a chipped pass and the Spaniard passed Nacho Frei, where Coutinho was able to close the ball. Further signs of Real's nervousness came as Nacho had a pass near the feet of Arthur Melo and Thibaut Courtois had a great escape action to knock off the Brazilian's Brazilian shot. Barca extended her lead when Suarez struck a hit below the diving Courtois after being knocked out by Varane, who was responsible for both goals, the Real conceded in their shock 2 -1 home defeat to Levante last week.Lopetegui sat down new at the beginning of the second half. He chose a three by picking Varane for Lucas Vazquez. His team immediately improved and captured by Marcelos prank foot. They were agonizing Balancing Barca was still dangerous in the area, and Suarez's header from a standing position brought the match to a close. The Uruguayan finished his treble with a classic chip lead, while Vidal of Chile scored his first goal for Barca to further humiliate the Reals to their worst defeat in a clasico since a 2010 coached by Pep Guardiola Barca team put them 5 : 0 defeated.