Rio Vallecano vs Madrid: Five goals drama, El Real falls 2-3
The five-goal drama was presented in the Rio Vallecano vs Real Madrid match. El Real Rayo fell to 2-3’s headquarters.
Real Madrid traveled to Rio Vallecano, the headquarters of Estadio Vallecas, on Tuesday morning (11/8/2022) for the WIB Spanish League ongoing match. The hosts were able to take the lead when the game lasted only five minutes.
Fran Garcia pulls the bait from the left and can be caught by Santi Comesana. Comesana’s kick hits the left corner of the Madrid goal.
Madrid can reply in the 37th minute. The referee pointed to the spot after reviewing the VAR after Marco Asensio was brought down by Franck Garcia.
Luka Modric, who came forward as an executor, did his job well. His shot beat Stoll Dmitrievsky to turn the score 1-1.
Madrid took the lead in the 41st minute. Marco Asensio’s corner can go into a goal from Eder Militao.
It didn’t take long for Rayo to respond to Madrid’s goal. Thibaut Courtois did not damage ISI Palajon’s hard kick from the left side of the penalty box in the 44th minute.
A score of 2-2 ended the first half.
After the break, Rayo had a chance to take the lead. Fran Garcia of Cross is to be led by Sergio Camello. Carmelo’s header was wide.
In the 67th minute, Rayo was awarded a penalty after a handball from Dani Carvajal. Oscar Trejo takes the penalty.
His shot is crossed by Courtois. However, the referee decided to repeat the penalty as Carvajal entered the penalty box before Trejo could take the kick.
Trejo did not repeat his mistake. His kick hit the left corner of the Madrid goal. Ryo won 3-2.
Madrid tried their best to equalize in the remaining matches. However, his efforts were fruitless.
A score of 3–2 closed the match for Rayo’s win. These results make Madrid fail to overtake Barcelona at the top of the standings.
Madrid is in second place with 32 points, two points behind El Barca. Meanwhile, Rayo is in the eighth position with 21 points.
Reo Vallecano: Dmitrievsky stole; Ivan Balieu, Florian Lejeune, Alejandro Catena, Francisco García; Oscar Valentin, Santi Comesana; Fill the Palazzo, Oscar Trejo, Alvaro García; Sergio Camello.
Real Madrid: Thibaut Courtois; Dani Carvajal, Eder Militao, David Alaba, Ferland Mendy; Federico Valverde, Aurelian Tchoumeni, Luka Modric; Marco Asensio, Rodrigo Goes, Vinicius Jr.