Alaves – Real Madrid 1-4
– The team has a good attitude and they are tight, but they are not allowed to cause shock. Tomas Ronsero, AS Editor and Real Madrid fan, said I had the good fortune to see Pacheco (Alaves goalkeeper, jour.anm) making an effort, and that worries me, because this went on for half an hour.
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So fans of Ronsero and Real Madrid will be pleased that Karim Benzema showed the way in the second half, his goal heavy on the scales to seal the 3-1 victory in the event.
Nacho Fernandez scored the second goal for Real Madrid and Vinicius Junior scored 4-1, while Joselo scored what eventually became a consolation goal.
The match was the first official match in coach Carlo Ancelotti’s second term as Real Madrid coach. The legendary Italian player led Real Madrid to their 10th Champions League title in 2014.
against the wall
It wasn’t the eventful first 45 minutes in Vitoria as neither the guests from the capital nor the Basque hosts were able to create the biggest chances.
Gareth Bale appeared near the post and led it past the goalkeeper.
Unfortunately for Madrid, goalkeeper Fernando Pacheco had good control, whether Bale’s shots went out, or were set so that the Spanish cage keeper could clear them.
As for Alaves, Luis Rioja was able to test goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois at the start, but the Belgian goalkeeper had no difficulty stopping Alaves’ file.
The biggest chance during the first half came in the 38th minute when Alaves carried out an attack along his right wing.
Edgar Méndez made a powerful raid, and eventually reached a good position. There, Rioga waited, who sent the ball to David Alaba. The fall fruit Pere Pons was the first.
The former Girona player threw the ball over goalkeeper Courtois, but unfortunately for the Mendizorosa crowd, the ball also passed over the bar.
Neither Karim Benzema nor Eden Hazard left their mark on the settlement. Thus, the teams had to kick off the break at 0-0 in the series opening.
cream big game
Although Real Madrid did not get off to a good start, they have a gentleman named Karim Benzema at the top. After Bale’s center was relegated to Eden Hazard, the ball was pushed further.
There, Benzema snorted at the opportunity, and in the middle of the sprint he slapped the first goal of the season for Ancelotti’s crew.
Alavés tried to level things up by sending a long ball towards the central attackers but the away team’s defense got the best of direct play.
But where Alaves didn’t get the vote, it looked easier for Luka Modric and Real Madrid. The Croatian crossed in the 57th minute and in front of goal was left behind by Nacho Fernandez, who beat him 2-0.
Real Madrid continued to pierce the Alaves defense like a hot knife in butter. Benzema and Hazard combined wonderfully, and the first forced Pacheco to a good save.
Swede John Gedetti was replaced as a substitute for the hosts, and in the 62nd minute he had the opportunity to go down. It didn’t work when Courtois stopped the road.
Once again, Real Madrid took the lead when Fede Valverde sprinted in a big run from his own half, into the Alaves area. The Uruguayan was given free play by Benzema, who eventually beat Pacheco. And so the score was 3-0.
The minute after Benzema’s second goal, Gedetti managed to get past him, and Courtois finally managed to land it. The judge pointed to the penalty mark, and from 11 meters Josillo did not miss. The score was 3-1 against Madrid.
The Brazilians Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo came and helped upset the balance of Real Madrid. It should lead to a result of the first. Vinicius Junior gave Carlo Ancelotti a perfect start as Real Madrid coach, scoring 4-1.
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