Real Madrid 4 vs 1 Mallorca Highlights Video

Real Madrid 4 vs 1 Mallorca Highlights Video

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Real Madrid 4 vs 1 Mallorca Highlights Download: Spanish La Liga (Laliga) – September 11th, 2022. 

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Real Madrid vs Mallorca‘s match started with full attacking forces.

Rodrygo would get a goal of his own, an absolutely stunning display of individual skill to carve open the Mallorca defense and deposit the ball past a helpless Pedrag Radjkovic.

Throughout the first half and early second half, Ceballos did his best to pull the strings for the Real Madrid attack, hurling himself at the Mallorca low block, hoping to provide a way through.

Antonio Rüdiger left footed shot from the left side of the six yard box following a set piece situation.

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Carlo Ancelotti’s side, though, might have half an eye on their Champions League game against RB Leipzig on Wednesday, with a derby against Atletico Madrid to come next weekend as well. Mallorca, meanwhile, sit 13th on five points ahead of kick-off at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.

It just would not happen, and while he officially picked up an assist on Valverde’s opener just before the break, the reality was he delivered a small lateral ball inside his own half before Valverde ran the length of the field and provided the finish.

Modric’s introduction on the hour for Ceballos changed the game, as the 37-year-old Croatian calmed Madrid and spurred them to victory. Modric continues to prove he’s irreplaceable in the Madrid midfield despite his advancing years and Ancelotti will know the task to eventually replace his maestro will be a tall one indeed.

The introduction of Luka Modric on the hour mark was critical to the match as well, as Dani Ceballos was a hard worker after earning the start, but just doesn’t provide the same combination of on-ball calm and incisive passing.

Antonio Rudiger completed the scoring from Toni Kroos’ stoppage-time set piece.





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