After the great victory in the first leg of the Champions League Quarter Finals, Los Blancos must travel to Gijón to play in the 32nd week of the regular season in El Molinón (15:15 UK time). The team managed by Zidane must focus in La Liga because they continue in the top of the table and they will try to increase their gap with Barcelona.
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Real Madrid tied against Atlético Madrid in the capital derby played last week at Santiago Bernabéu. Los Blancos did a very complete match but in the last minutes Griezmann prevented Real Madrid’s victory. On Wednesday they won against one of the best teams in all Europe, Bayern Munich. Los Blancos suffered in the first half but in the second one, they played their best 45 minutes in all the season, being very superior to the German side. Now they must focus in La Liga where they are in the top of the table with 72 points. It’s very important to win at El Molinón to continue being leaders of La Liga before receiving Bayern Munich and Barcelona.
Zinedine Zidane cannot count with Bale, Varane and Pepe for this match because they are injured. Danilo will be included in the line-up because Carvajal is suspended. The French manager will introduce many changes in the starting 11 because he doesn’t want to risk for the next match on Tuesday against Bayern Munich. You can read the full preview of the game here.
Real Madrid won against Sporting (2-1) in their last match in La Liga. Cristiano Ronaldo scored both goals for Real Madrid and Carmona for Sporting Gijón. The Asturian side had the chance to tie the match from a penalty kick when there was not many minutes remaining, but Cop failed it.