(Girona – Real Madrid 4-2) Real Madrid look completely out of control in the battle for the La Liga title. On Tuesday, there was a huge loss for the Girona junior – thanks in large part to the historic Valentin Castellanos.
Little Girona moved to La Liga ahead of this year’s season, but has had a good run of form at the top level.
Against Real Madrid, Valentin Castellanos was the toughest of all:
The 24-year-old became the first to score four goals for Real Madrid in La Liga since 1947. At that time, he scored a goal Esteban Echevarria Five goals for Real Oviedo.
– It’s a dream night for me. We are playing against one of the best teams in the world and I could never have imagined this. Castellanos says I’m going to enjoy this with the fans, my family and everyone back home in Argentina dem.
During the first 24 minutes of the match, Valentin “Tati” Castellanos sneaked two goals behind goalkeeper Andriy Lunin.
Los Blancos and Vinicius Junior went down just before the break – but in the second half, Tati’s display continued for the home team.
36 seconds into the first half, Castellanos scored his third goal of the evening – before the 24-year-old swooped forward and scored to make it 4-1.
With this feat accomplished, Castellanos was substituted and off the bench saw Lucas Vazquez embellish the score with 2-4.
Defeat means Real Madrid remain 11 points behind league leaders Barcelona with seven games left in the season – but the Catalans have one less game to play.
In other words, Real Madrid may struggle to defend the La Liga title, but they still have chances in the Champions League.
Los Blancos will meet Manchester City and Erling Braut Haaland in the first semi-final in Madrid on May 9. The second leg will be played on May 17.
Girona rose to ninth place, 11 points above relegation.
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