Real Madrid had to depend on a late goal once again, this time from Marcelo, as they came out with all three points against Valencia. The first goal was scored by Cristiano Ronaldo while Dani Parejo got the equalizer for the visitors.
Real Madrid hosted Valencia in a match that was definitely going to be tricky as the visitors have a history of causing Los Blancos damage, especially when in the run for the title. They were close to causing yet another upset but Real Madrid were able to do enough to come out with all three points on the night.
With the full focus now on winning our remaining games in La Liga after the loss during El Clasico, Zinedine Zidane decided to field a highly rotated lineup on the night with a La Liga match against Valencia coming up on Saturday followed by the UEFA Champions League semifinals later in the week.
Real Madrid visited La Coruna in their first “final” out of six as they faced a must-win game with Zidane choosing to field a rotated squad on the night.
Real Madrid have released their squad list for their upcoming La Liga match against Deportivo La Coruna, which will be played tonight at 10:30 PM (KSA).
Another massive game, most players fit to play, Gareth Bale recently returned from injury, James Rodriguez begging for more playing time, Isco possibly on the form of his life, Mateo Kovacic continuously impressing when on the pitch, Marco Asensio showing capabilities that should be illegal for a man his age…
Real Madrid lost El Clasico in a game which kind of seemed doomed from the start. Los Merengues have now put themselves in a very risky position and will have to win their remaining games if they are to guarantee lifting the La Liga title at the end of the season
Real Madrid hosted Barcelona in the first El Clasico of 2017 as they were favorites on the night but it seems like they didn’t come out with the “Clasico Mentality” as they found themselves in yet another chaotic match but this time, a last-minute goal went against them.
Real Madrid and Barcelona have both named their squad lists ahead of El Clasico, which will be played tonight at 9:45 PM (KSA).
Real Madrid host Barcelona tonight in a game where both teams have a lot to play for and three points could mean different things for Spain’s top two teams.