(Real Madrid – Osasuna 2-1) Rodrygo scored twice and Vinicius Jr. scored. He was pivotal on the front of both goals. It was a Brazilian show when Real Madrid won the Copa del Rey for the 20th time.
Barcelona surpassed Real Madrid in the Spanish League. But Los Blancos won the Club World Cup in February. Real Madrid’s trophy victory on Saturday night is the 101st in total.
And on Tuesday, Erling Braut will bring Haaland and Manchester City to the Bernabéu in the Spanish capital. It’s about the first semi-final in the Champions League – the tournament that the Spanish wholesaler won the title for the 14th time last season.
It was just over a minute before Vinicius Jr. Play havoc with Osasuna’s right side.
- 1-0: After the trick of the full-back Ruben Pena, the Brazilian Real Madrid sent his compatriot Rodrigo into the penalty area. From 6 to 7 metres, he sent Real Madrid into the lead after just 107 seconds. The second fastest goal in the Spanish Cup final.
Vinicius Junior continued to dominate with both legs and mouth. Just before the break, the referee could do nothing but show the star a yellow card.
He got 11 yellow cards this season. Nine due to oral use, reports VG expert Petter Veland.
It was about to burn out on the grass in Seville. Vinicius Jr. ended up getting into a scuffle with Osasuna’s Spanish goalkeeper, David Garcia, in a situation where Nahas thought he should be awarded a penalty.
Osasuna was doomed, but it wasn’t far from equalizing before half-time.
Winger Abdel Zalzouli – on loan from Barcelona – loses. But Real Madrid defender Dani Carvajal managed to stop the ball on its way to the net.
Real Madrid were closing in at 2-0 with a stunning shot from David Alaba. The Austrian hit the crossbar from more than 30 metres.
But Osasuna was in the game. The equalizer came 12 minutes into the first half.
- 1-1: Lucas Toro – from Real Madrid’s academy origins – got a dream pass for Azazouli. With his ankle straight, he put the ball into the right corner of Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.
– A perfect hit, describes VG’s recent commentator, Vegard Aulstad.
Absolutely blazing in Osasuna’s swing at La Cartuja. literally. In fact, the security crew had to use a fire extinguisher to put out the fire in the stands.
But it wasn’t long before Real Madrid were back in the lead.
- 2-1: Osasuna’s defense blocked a shot from Toni Kroos. Rodrigo was on the ball back. The 22-year-old from Sao Paulo scored his second goal of the evening. Vinicius Jr. also took part in the decisive lead.
Osasuna has twice tied Real Madrid in La Liga in the past two seasons, but has not beaten them since 2011.
The title-free club from Pamplona sought an equaliser, and had a great chance in extra time, but as in their only previous final – against Real Betis in 2005 – they had to come to terms with a 2-1 defeat.
Vinicius Jr. also had a great chance at the end, but it was both goals of Rodrygo in the brass show.
“Infuriatingly humble internet trailblazer. Twitter buff. Beer nerd. Bacon scholar. Coffee practitioner.”
Al Riyadi: These are the transfer plans for United and Ten Hag
Haaland answers about the city’s future: – Good question
John Arne Riise debuts for Avaldsnes at Level 6 – NRK Rogaland – Local News, TV & Radio