Match Report Real Madrid 5 – Osasuna2: Third win in a row

Match Report Real Madrid 5 – Osasuna2: Third win in a row


Real Madrid played his third match in the regular season against Osasuna in Santiago Bernabéu. Los Blancos played a great offensive match that finished 5-2. Zinedine Zidane decided that this was a good match to make changes in the line-up. Crisitano Ronaldo debuted in the season replacing Marco Asensio in the starting 11. Nacho and Danilo were the wingers of Real Madrid for this game and Pepe replaced Varane in the defense. Casemiro had a rest and Kovacic replaced him in the line-up.

Los Blancos started the match very concentrate. In the fifth minute Real Madrid scored the first goal. The goal came from a great pass of Gareth Bale to Cristiano Ronaldo and the Portuguese scored his first goal of the season. With the lead, Los Blancos tried to control the game with short passes and waiting their moment to score the second. At the end of the fist half Real Madrid scored two goals in a row. Danilo that was one surprise in the line- up scored the second from a great shot and Sergio Ramos with a wonderful header scored the third one before the end of the first half.

The second half started quite similar as the first one. In the minute 55 Pepe scored a header form a corner from Kroos. Five minutes later, Luka Modric did the fifth goal for Real Madrid form outside the area. Zinedine Zidane started to think in the match of Champions League next week and he changed Cristiano Ronaldo, Luka Modric and Gareth Bale. The players who enetred the pitch were Marco Asensio, Karim Benzema that reappered afer two months and Lucas Vázquez.

Osasuna took advantage from this situation and they were able to score two goal in a row in the last minutes of the second half. Osasuna also had a penalty kick but Kiko Casillamad a great save. With the entrance of Karim Benzema, Real Madrid could score more goals but the bar and Nauzet prevented a greater distance on the scoreboared. Real Madrid finally won 5-2 and now is time to think in Sporing Lisbon.