Real Madrid broke the record for consecutive wins 0

Real Madrid broke the record for consecutive wins 0

Malaga's three points on the field not only helped Carlo Ancelotti and his team consolidate their leading position in Liga, but also brought a new record of consecutive wins in the club's history.

Karim Benzema opened the scoring for Real.

Result: Malaga 1-2 Real Madrid

Goals: Santa Cruz 90′ – Benzema 18′, Bale 83′

The victory over Malaga was the 16th consecutive win for Ancelotti and his team in all competitions, surpassing their own previous record as well as Real’s in the 2011-2012 season and the 1961-1962 season.

The Italian coach’s future was questioned when Real lost two consecutive matches in Liga this season against Sociedad and Atletico Madrid.

Cristiano Ronaldo did not score any goals against Malaga but still contributed greatly with two decisive passes.

Both teams got off to an impressive start as the two goalkeepers continuously made necessary saves in the first 15 minutes.

With many higher-class players, Real quickly scored the opening goal.

Real Madrid broke the record for consecutive wins

Malaga 1-2 Real Madrid

Casillas made a mistake and almost gave Malaga an equalizer.

Bale could have increased the score to 2-0 in the 40th minute when he accelerated after Ronaldo’s shot, but the shot immediately went straight into Kameni’s range.

After letting Malaga play tit-for-tat in the first half, Real succeeded in controlling the game from the beginning of the second half.

To make up for the lack of luck in finishing, CR7 proved to have a knack for assists.

Real Madrid broke the record for consecutive wins

Bale (left) and Benzema both replaced Ronaldo and did a good job of finishing.

The atmosphere became tense in the final minutes when Isco was sent off after a foul against his old team and Santa Cruz scored a beautiful header to shorten the score to 1-2.

With this victory, Real continues to lead Liga with 33 points after 13 rounds.

Thuy An

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *