Real Madrid moved to first position after their 2-1 victory over Rayo Vallecano last night. The Whites recorded their third consecutive 2-1 victories in all competitions. Carlo Ancelotti started his usual players with Camavinga and Asensio starting in place of the sick Modric and injured Rodrygo. Goals from Toni Kroos and Benzema gave Real Madrid victory. Here are three things that happened in the game;
1) Real Madrid needs to score more goals: Real Madrid has won their last 3 games with the same scoreline. Last night, they could have scored four goals if not for missing chances. Rayo Vallecano almost equalized in the last minute of the game. There wouldn't have been much fear if Real Madrid was already leading with four goals.
2) Alaba sets new record : David Alaba has been become an important player for Real Madrid this season. Despite playing at center back for most of the season, he has already recorded 3 assists and one goal. He is now the first Real Madrid defender to make 3 assists in his first 11 appearances.
3) Vinicius continues to impress the crowd : The young Brazilian seems to be the crowd favorites at this time. His constant dribbling, Creating chances for his teammates. He almost added to his goal tally last night.
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