5 Things We Saw As Real Madrid Beat Villareal 2-1 At Santiago Bernabeu.
By Tinowatt90 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 3402 views
1. Real Madrid early possession showed that they wanted to win the match more than Villarreal wanted to win. Madrid were well organized in the back just like we have seen them in the past matches.
2. Karim benzema scored the opener for real madrid from Luka Modric assist. Modric have been very exceptional for the first 20 minutes of the game, control the ball and passing through spaces.
3. It is obvious that La Liga is becoming a penalty league, real madrid have been given over six spot kicks in the past eight games and it is becoming an everyday routine. To be honest this is not good for a big league like La Liga. Benzema converted the penalty and made it 2-0 at 75 minutes.
4. Ramos penalty was disallowed after he passed the ball to Karim Benzema who entered the penalty area quickly. The referee still insist for the penalty would be re taken, Villarreal were did satisfied at the referee allowing real madrid to take the spot kick twice.
5. Shortly after the controversial penalty, Iborra pulled one back and made it 2-1 from Mario Gaspar assist.
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