Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Valencia 2-3 Real Madrid

Real Madrid fought their way to win is important before Valencia in La Liga this clash at the Mestalla pitch, although the home side set well in the second half.

The real target in the middle class through the first half of Karim Benzema gave Madrid the lead, with goals from Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo sealed the victory despite Roberto Soldado recorded a double in the second half the team the landlord.

The game begins with a frantic pace with both sides to promote whenever possible. Valencia had his first shot in the first minute when Real Madrid almost led on 10 minutes when Karim Benzema also occur flashed a wide from the edge of the area.

French international was not to be confused with his next opportunity, controlling a quick kick from Xabi Alonso free excellent with his left foot before rifling a superb volley into the back of the network from 18 yards to give his team the lead.

Madrid began to enjoy itself as the half wore, Sami Khedira It basically chalked for the Vietnamese, and while Ronaldo was at his sparkling best, indulging in a variety of keepie-up while running with the ball in the middle of the pitch.

But that's not going all the way Mourinho's side, former Real Madrid academy player Dani Parejo will be closed, before Valencia had a penalty appeal turned down by referee Vitienes José Antonio Teixeira.

Ronaldo almost made it 2-0 just before the break, racing through on goal only to see his effort well pushed away by Diego Alves.

Valencia was close to equilibrium immediately after the break, Jeremy Mathieu tantalizing slide a ball on the six yard box 'Casillas with Roberto Soldado redirected inches away from the ball into the net.

Madrid began to lose their discipline as Valencia look the edge their way back into the game, Ronaldo, Marcelo and Mesut Ozil are finding their way into the referee's book in quick succession.

Although poor discipline, that Madrid is the next goal of the game, Sergio Ramos home from Mesut Ozil an inviting corner. The goal appeared to give Madrid the necessary breathing space to see the rest of the game.

Valencia, however, has other ideas. Soldado rifled a volley through a crowded penalty area to make it 2-1 after Pablo Hernandez's shot appeared to have been driven to safety.

Ronaldo soon restored the two goal lead Madrid with a good finish from an acute angle after Alves Diego rushed from their alteration to meet the attackers.

The end-to-end nature of the game from over however. Soldado again in action, in a further form of Monday's game after great play from Pablo buildup on the wings.

The game ended in controversy when the Valencia players surrounded the referee after Ronaldo appeared to block a goal attempt last minute tied to his arm.

A tenth win in a row to maintain a point lead over Barcelona Madrid at the top of the table. Valencia, meanwhile, is now seven points in La Liga slow, but can be proud of how the second half of it.

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