Real Madrid do well in Almería, still guided by Bellingham

Real Madrid do well in Almería, still guided by Bellingham

Almeria 1-3 Real Madrid

Goals: Arribas (3e) // Bellingham(19e60e), Vinicius (73e)

From KB Nueve to JB Nueve.

Already decisive on the first day, Jude Bellingham again released Real Madrid from a trap match this Saturday in Almería (1-3). The Andalusians made a full first period (12 shots, against 14 for the White House, and 5 on target on each side). Following a quick recovery from the goalkeeper, the locals destabilized the Madrid right side and Lucas Robertone’s cross found the former Madrid player. cantera of Real, Santiago Arribas, alone to place his head (1-0, 3e). The vice-champion of Spain recovered thanks to a header from Fede Valverde and a pool shot, which benefited Jude Bellingham (1-1, 19e). The following ? A cross shot from Rodrygo that came close to the post (27e), but above all a lot of work for Andriy Lunin. The Ukrainian goalkeeper took away a vicious shot from Iddrisu Baba (35e), returned anything but serenely a long shot from Robertone (37e) and again had to fold on an attempt by the captain rojiblanco flush with its amount (41e).

Against the run of play, Toni Kroos’ right foot hit the mark brilliantly from 16 meters, before the goal was disallowed for a foul by Dani Carvajal (45e+5). Bellingham nevertheless freed the visitors in the second period with a real center forward goal, again. The Englishman made the perfect call to cut off Kroos’ cross with a header, despite Luís Maximiano coming off (1-2, 60e). Greedy, the man who was worth 100 million euros sought the hat-trick and forgot Rodrygo on his right (67e). Vinícius’ shot, deflected, on the other hand left the goalkeeper no chance (1-3, 73e). Like Valencia, Real sign a second victory in two games and a perfect start.


Almeria (4-2-3-1): Maximiano – Pubill (Pozo, 69e), Gonzalez, Brandariz, Akieme – Robertone (Melero, 70e), Baba (Lazaro, 90e+2) – Arribas (Puigmal, 90e+1), Ramazani, Embarba–Suarez. Coach : Vicente Moreno.

Real Madrid (4-3-1-2): Lunin-Fran, Alaba, Rüdiger, Carvajal-Kroos (Modric, 72e), Tchouameni, Valverde (Vazquez, 90e) – Bellingham (Joselu, 81e) – Vinicius (Brahim, 90e), Rodrygo (Camavinga, 72e). Coach : Carlo Ancelotti.


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