Real Madrid In Bad La Liga Position As They Drop Points

Real Madrid In Bad La Liga Position As They Drop Points. The Los Blancos team, found themselves with an uphill task as Willian Jose emphatically dispatched his spot-kick following Casemiro’s clumsily foul on Mikel Merino..

Real Madrid In Bad La Liga Position As They Drop Points

Madrid In Bad La Liga Position

Willian Jose and Ruben Pardo got the goals as Real Sociedad left the Santiago Bernabeu with a 2-0 win over Real Madrid.

The Los Blancos team, dropped points for the second LaLiga match in succession as they slumped to a shock 2-0 defeat at home to struggling Real Sociedad on Sunday, seeing Lucas Vazquez sent off in the process.

Meanwhile, Santiago Solari’s men were looking to make the most of Atletico Madrid and Sevilla drawing earlier in the day but could now end the weekend 10 points adrift of Barcelona.

Real Madrid were behind early on as Willian Jose converted a third-minute penalty and the home side were unable to pull level before half-time.

However, despite Vazquez’s red card for two bookings, the Los blancos remained well on top after the interval.

Real Madrid In Bad La Liga Position

Moreover, they should have had a penalty when goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli seemed to trip Vinicius Jr, but La Real escaped on that occasion and struck again through Ruben Pardo late on to end a run of four consecutive league defeats.

The Los Blancos team, found themselves with an uphill task as Willian Jose emphatically dispatched his spot-kick following Casemiro’s clumsily foul on Mikel Merino.

Unfortunately, the hosts created several chances in response, Karim Benzema just missing the bottom-right corner from close range in the 11th minute, shortly before Rulli denied Vinicius from a tight angle.

Real Madrid In Bad La Liga Position

Real Madrid In Bad La Liga Position As They Drop Points

Luka Modric then forced Rulli into a smart stop down to his right from distance but they came closest just prior to the break, Vazquez’s chipped cross-cum-shot coming back off the post.

Madrid turned things up a notch after the break, only for Vazquez to collect a second yellow card for a cynical foul on Merino.

Afterwards, Vinicius was unlucky not to be given a penalty when he appeared to be fouled by the sprawling Rulli.

La Real took full advantage, hitting the Los Blancos on the break six minutes from the end and Pardo, a second-half introduction, nodded in Willian Jose’s cross to leave Madrid fully beaten.

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