In the game in Granada, Real Madrid regained a four-point lead at the top of the Spanish league

Real Madrid climbed to the top spot in the 14th round of the Spanish Football League with a 4-0 win over Getafe on Sunday after a 4/1 victory over their hosts Granada. Guest Cadiz.

Real, who were trying to regain the title they lost to arch-rivals Atletico Madrid last season, are now 30 points from 13 games and are two points ahead of their nearest rival Sevilla. This equals the same number of games.

And the royal team, which has a postponed game, could be runners-up, as in the case of Seville, if Real Sociedad, currently third with 28 points, beat their guest Valencia later today in the same round.

On the other hand, Granada, who have suffered their sixth defeat in the tournament this season, have won two and drawn five, while their 18th place (third from bottom) is frozen at 11 points.

Marco Asensio scored in the 19th minute to give Real an early lead, while Nacho Fernandez added a second goal in the 25th minute, but Colombia’s Luis Suarez scored in the 34th minute to give Granada the lead.

Brazil’s Vinicius Jr. added a third goal for Real in the 56th minute, knocking out Moncho Rodriguez in the 67th minute, doubling Granada’s pain with 10 players, then removing Roberto Moreno from the field to protest against the Andalusian team coach, the referee.

Real, winning the championship for the ninth and third time in a row this season, took advantage of the opposition’s lack of numbers after Fernand Mendy scored the fourth goal in the 76th minute.

The meeting is seen as a rehearsal for Real ahead of a crucial meeting in the Champions League next Wednesday against host Moldova’s Sheriff Tiraspol, as the white team seeks to secure three points to reach the playoffs in the continental competition.

Getafe reached the bottom of the points table by defeating their guest Cadiz 4-0 earlier today.

Getafe, who won the championship for the second time this season, jumped nine points to 19th position (on penalties), while Cadiz’s balance fell to 16 points from 12 points.

Getafe took the lead in the seventh minute through a goal by Matias Olivera Miramontes, before his teammates Jorge Cuenca and Enis Onal added second and third goals in the 60th and 81st minutes, respectively.

Jaime Mata concluded the Getafe Goal Festival by scoring the fourth goal in the fourth minute of regulation time instead of losing in the second half.

The game between Real Madrid and Granada began with an attack by Real, who threatened Karim Benzema with a header in the third minute, who was caught by Granada goalkeeper Luis Maximiano.

In the 12th minute, Vinicius Jr. struck from outside the penalty area but the ball went into Maximiano’s arm and in the 19th minute, Asensio scored for the Royal team.

Before reaching the penalty area, Essenio got a pass from Tony Cruz to take the ball from the right side, and quietly turned the ball to the right of the goalkeeper, facing Maximiano, who had come out of his net to meet him. Fake

Taking advantage of the confusion in Granada’s defense after Asensio’s goal, Real added Nacho’s second goal in the 25th minute.

Cruz took a corner kick from the left and passed the ball to the German player Luka Modric, sending it to Nacho, who was straight ahead of the goal. Hard to collect the ball in the net.

Granada’s players attacked in an attempt to reduce the deficit, as Real tried to take advantage of the space on the Andalusian team’s defense, which turned into a third goal in the 32nd minute.

Real’s organized attack sent the ball into the hands of Vinicius, who decided to fire the ball into the well-positioned Asensio without anyone noticing, but the ground was broken by Granada defender Alberto Soro, who scored. Last minute ball from the goal line.

Unlike during the game, and from Granada’s first threat against Real, the organizers narrowed the gap with a goal coming through Luis Suarez in the 34th minute.

Quinny pulled the ball out of Vinicius, sending the ball to Maxime Gonalones, who passed the ball to Suarez, launching a crawling shell from outside the field, and hitting the ball into the dance, changing direction and into the right net. Belgium’s Thibaut Courtois, who only looked at her when she hugged the goal.

Suarez’s goal boosted Granada’s morale, and in the 40th minute, after the hosts had equalized, Gonलोalves sent a cross pass from the left, but Casimiro tried to clear it with a header, but he mistakenly hit the ball. To the left of Cortois, who managed to bounce off him with great difficulty and reach Quinny, he quickly put the ball into the net from outside and scored.

Real felt embarrassed and returned to their offensive activity, and Benzema missed another chance to add another goal for the visitors in the 43rd minute when he struck Maximiano to the right of the field boundary, which dramatically removed the ball. .

Just a minute later, Luis Suarez finished with a shot inside the field until Granada responded to a quick attack, which Cortois sent into a corner without any result, which ended Real’s 2-1 first half. Lead over Grenada.

Real’s Danny Carvajal scored in the 47th minute early in the second half, and Modric and Tony Kruse scored twice in the 50th and 52nd minutes respectively, but Real dominated the game without a goal threat.

Karim Benzema missed a chance to score for Real in the 54th minute as he had a single through pass for the goal, but he was slow to score, so the defense kept the ball away from him.

Real took control of the game in the 56th minute when Vincius scored the third goal for the visitors, after Casimiro passed the ball to Benzema and Modric sent the ball from the right. Brazilian players fired from inside the field to defend the defense.

Granada’s first dangerous chance came in the 60th minute of the half, when Luis Suarez took the lead from the left before Antara’s attack reached the field, but he threw the ball away from the goal.

Granada played 10 men after Mancho Rodriguez was sent off in the 67th minute for a clash with Vinicius, and two minutes later Roberto Moreno was given a red card for exaggerated objections to the referee’s decision.

Vinicius again threatened Granada’s goal and missed a chance to extend the result in the 71st minute, when Benzema got a cross pass from the left to send the ball into the Brazilian wing, who scored without a hit. Within the area, however, he easily put the ball in the hands of the Granada goalkeeper.

Benzema struck from the inside in the 73rd minute, but there was no result in the corner kick. The fourth goal was scored by Ferland Mendy in the 76th minute.

Mendy continued his cunning pass from Casimiro’s pass, breaking the offside trap set by the Granada defense to be unique in the goal, before hitting a clean ball to the left of Maximiano from inside the field and embracing the net.

The rhythm of the game was relatively calm, especially in favor of Real, after its players reassured the result, which gave Granada a chance to re-enter the game environment, as he missed an opportunity to reduce the difference to 89 points. Jorge Molina scored from inside the box but Cortois pushed the ball away. A corner was misused and the game ended in a comfortable victory for Real against Granada.


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