2-1: La Liga champions!
LE LIGAMATCHDAY 37, JULY 16
ALFREDO DI STEFANO
Real Madrid have not missed their first chance at home this season, and the 34th LaLiga title has come true. The team beat Villarreal thanks to Karim Benzema's key to Alfredo di Stefano, in which he won 10 games after so many games after the restart. Madrid gets its hands on the trophy at stake until the end of the campaign.
Well aware of what was in order, White ruled the blocks, insisting that the match was almost over at Villarreal. The first dangerous move came four minutes later, when Sergio Ramos sent a long ball to Dani Carvajal, who handled the situation well, but his chip to the right failed to catch Sergio Aseno. Three minutes later, Luka Modric collided with a center found by Benzema, but the ball was again in the goalkeeper's gloves. However, it was the French attacker who opened the account before the mercury broke. Casemiro won the ball in the middle and Modric put the striker in uniform to finish smoothly, passing the ball through the legs of Aseno, and before the break there would be no change in the score.
NET BENZEMA FOR THE THIRD GAME OF A LINE.
After the break, no changes were made to the script. Real Madrid continued to dominate the process and approached the lead in the 54th minute. Karvahal attacked with a turn on the rear wheel and defeated another defender with subtle dexterity before starting the effort with his left hand, which pushed Asenjo into action. Zinedine Zidane turned to the bank, presenting Marco Asensio and Vinicius the Younger to Rodrigo and Eden Hazard.
Benzema: 21 goals at Laliga
The aspect of the game changed in the 73rd minute when Ramos regained possession of the ball in the middle of the third and entered the penalty area before being struck by Sofian. Calling for the second time, Benzema changed his correct shot after his initial effort had to be repeated after players from both sides invaded the area before Ramos hit the ball.
The Madrid team almost won a third of the night, but a blow by Tony Kroos on the left side of the field hit the post. The hosts barely led 3-0, but the hosts reduced the score to 2: 1 after 83 minutes of play by Vicente Iborra, who Thibaut Courtois failed to keep. There was still time, but Real Madrid once again showed the defensive strength that secured the title and provided the visitors with another revelation when Courtois was called in for a double save due to injury. Extensive white and crown of our 34th league!
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