Spanish League Results, Real Madrid Continue Paste Barcelona and Valencia

Spanish League Results, Real Madrid Continue Paste Barcelona and Valencia

Real Madrid won 3-0 over SD Eibar in the 9th week of the Spanish Primera Division La Liga in Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Sunday (22/10/2017) or Monday morning GMT fansbetting.co. Real Madrid goals scored through suicide Paulo Oliveira (18 ‘), Marco Asensio (28’), and Marcelo (82 ‘).

According to monitoring, Real Madrid did appear to dominate the game more. They lead the ball with 51 percent.

In terms of opportunities, Los Blancos, nicknamed host, has 14. Eibar has nine chances.

Taking the initiative attack from the beginning, Real Madrid immediately ahead in the 18th minute. Eibar defender Oliveira anticipated Asensio’s cross. As a result, Oliveira header even go into the goal itself.

Just 10 minutes later, foster children Zinedine Zidane able to double the advantage.

This time, Asensio steadily unleashed a measured kick from inside the penalty box after receiving Isco’s mature pass. 2-0 score for Real Madrid lasted until halftime.

Entering the second half, Los Blancos did not loosen the onslaught. They almost added a goal in the 66th minute. However, close range kick Cristiano Ronaldo still leads to the body of goalkeeper Eibar, Marko Dmitrovic.

Real Madrid fans cheered again in the 82nd minute. Starting from a one-two cooperation with Karim Benzema, Marcelo then plunged a flat shot from inside the forbidden box that led Real Madrid to a 3-0 lead.

The 3-0 score for Los Blancos remained unchanged until the long whistle sounded. Raihan three points put Real Madrid in third place Spanish league standings with 20 points.

They are still five points behind the top, FC Barcelona. Valencia are second with 21 points. (Septian Tambunan)

Real Madrid 3-0 Eibar (Paulo Oliveira 18’-bd, Marco Asensio 28 ‘, Marcelo 82’)

Real Madrid (4-3-3): 13-Francisco Casilla; 15-Theo Hernandez, 4-Sergio Ramos, 5-Raphael Varane, 6-Nacho Fernandez; 24-Daniel Ceballos (12-Marcelo 71 ‘), 14-Casemiro, 10-Luka Modric; 22-Isco (17-Lucas Vazquez 71 ‘), 7-Cristiano Ronaldo, 20-Marco Asensio (9-Karim Benzema 64’)

Coach: Zinedine Zidane

Eibar (3-4-3): 25-Marko Dmitrovic; 12-Paulo Oliveira, 22-David Lomban, 18-Anaitz Arbilla; 7-Ander Capa (11-Ruben Pen 73 ‘), 6-Cristian Rivera, 5-Gonzalo Escalante (9-Sergi Enrich 79’), 15-Jose Angel; 8-Takashi Inui, 19-Charles (17-Kike 63 ‘), 24-Joan Jordan

Coach: Jose Luis Mendilibar

Referee: Alfonso Alvarez

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