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Ronaldo gets another hat-trick as Real Madrid go Super 8 0

Posted on September 21, 2014 by admin

Poor old Deportivo! Some team in Spain’s La Liga were going to get the backlash after Real Madrid had a slow and frustrating start to the season, and it was the team from La Coruna that bore the brunt yesterday, as Los Balncos went goal crazy, potting an amazing EIGHT goals past the home side.

And there were some real crackers in there as well, as you can see in the highlights below. The Welsh wizard Gareth Bale was sharp, alert and finished his two goals in clinical and ruthless style, while the goal machine that is Cristiano Ronaldo grabbed yet another hat-trick to add to the huge heap that he has already, something like 24 now.

Super Ronaldo helps Real Madrid keep up La Liga pressure 0

Posted on April 26, 2014 by admin

It is no great secret that the priority for Real Madrid, the fans, the players and the whole club, is to finally win that historic 10th European cup. But while the Champions League is the glamour trophy, Real Madrid also feel that they should be champions of Spain.

With Barcelona having a torrid season after an early start, that would normally have been wrapped up, but Atletico have really blown the two team dominance apart. But Real Madrid kept up the pressure on their city rivals with a good win over Osasuna.

Real Madrid stars facing ban after Clasico complaints 0

Posted on March 24, 2014 by admin

As if Real Madrid losing El Clasico to Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu was not bad enough, Carlo Ancelotti and his team could be set for even further punishment. The refereeing technical committee, called the RFEF in Spain, is looking in to statements made by Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos, as an AS report explains, in the wake of the disappointing defeat and I cannot see any outcome other than both players being given bans.

Bale inspires Real Madrid to top of La Liga 0

Posted on February 09, 2014 by admin

The game this weekend was causing a certain amount of concern for Real Madrid and their fans. Despite it being a home game, the visit of an in-form Villareal and the absence of star man Cristiano Ronaldo made it look like it was going to be a tough one, but Garteh Bale was back from injury and the Welshman inspired his team mates to a vital victory which moves Real Madrid to the top of La Liga.

Real Madrid could really suffer for Ronaldo red card 0

Posted on February 03, 2014 by admin

I am sure that Real Madrid will be appealing whatever suspension is handed out to Cristiano Ronaldo for his red card yesterday during the frustrating 1-1 draw away to Athletic Bilbao. The punishment of losing the best player in the world was bad enough, ultimately meaning that Madrid missed a great chance to go above great rivals Barcelona in La Liga.

But if Ronaldo is now banned for three games, which he could well be because it was a straight red, it will mean he misses both legs of the Copa Del Rey semi-final against city rivals and new league leaders Atletico Madrid. There is also a tricky looking La Liuga game against 5th placed Villareal to consider.

La Liga race ON as Real Madrid close to single point on leaders!! 0

Posted on January 21, 2014 by admin

It was almost the perfect La Liga weekend for Carlo Ancelotti and his Real Madrid team. With Los Blancos playing on Saturday, the opportunity was there to put pressure on Barcelona and Atletico Madrid, as the two league leaders were not in action until Sunday.

Ancelotti’s men certainly did their bit against bottom club Real Betis. Ronaldo took just 12 minutes to open the scoring and it never looked like anything other than a comfortable win. Gareth Bale put concerns over his form firmly behind him with a good performance capped by a fantastic free-kick goal.

Ronaldo penalty miss cost Real Madrid scoring record 0

Posted on December 11, 2013 by admin

I do not think that any Real Madrid fans will be too hard on Cristiano Ronaldo today, but the Portuguese striker did fluff a great chance to hand Real Madrid another record last night. When CR7 stepped up to take a penalty to make it 3-0 on a col night in Copenhagen, nobody expected anything other than to see the net bulge. If it had, then Madrid would have set a new Champions League record of 21 goals in the group stage, but it was a poor penalty and we could only equal the record.

Brilliant Bale helps Real Madrid win Champions League group 0

Posted on November 28, 2013 by admin

There may have been some concern among Real Madrid fans yesterday, with Cristiano Ronaldo ruled out of the Champions League game through injury. The opponents, Turkish champions Galatasaray, had improved a lot since Madrid beat then heavily in Istanbul, with Roberto Mancini working his magic, so people expected a tough test.

Those fears were much worse when Sergio Ramos was sent off for denying what the referee deemed to be a scoring opportunity. Although it was a bit soft, Ramos does it too often and must control himself, especially in Europe.

Defence still a worry as Real Madrid need a result at Juventus 0

Posted on November 04, 2013 by admin

Having let five goals in over the course of the last two games, Real Madrid need to sort their defence out pretty quickly. Sevilla and Rayo Vallecano are not exactly the toughest opponents either, so a trip to face Juventus in the Champions League would appear to be a much harder test for the Madrid defenders.

The Italian champions are yet to win in the Champions League this season, having lost in Madrid last time and drawn their first two games, at home to Galatasaray and away to Copenhagen, but that should not be taken into consideration. Ancelotti will know that Juventus will have a point to prove and are unlikely to make it easy.

Bale Blast Off as Real Madrid run riot against Sevilla 0

Posted on October 31, 2013 by admin

Carlo Ancelotti may have a few things to say to his Real Madrid defenders this morning, but that could be a bit churlish and he will probably be in too good a move to bother. Apart from letting in three goals against Sevilla at the Bernabeu last night, everything went well for the Madrid boss.

Fair play to the visitors, they gave it a good go and played well, showing great resilience to come back from being three down after half an hour with two goals in as many minutes. But Madrid were on fire, inspired by Gareth Bale, who completed the whole 90 minutes on his full home debut. Playing on the right, which Ancelotti has declared will be his position, the Welshman tormented Sevilla with power, pace and trickery.



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