Real Madrid run riot against Legia Warsaw — Champions League wrap

Real Madrid run riot against Legia Warsaw — Champions League wrap

“I hope the club call me first to resolve this [contract] situation”. Real Madrid are used to thrash weak teams in the Champions League and last year they beat 8-0 Malmo.

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is a happy man after he saw his side register a crushing 6-1 victory over Real Betis in the latest La Liga fixture scheduled between the two sides.

Real Betis have won 6, drawn 4 and lost 0 games out of the last 10.

Legia would pull one back in the 22nd minute, however.

Legia Warsaw launched a scare during the first half when Vadis Odjidja hit the post and pulled a goal back through Miroslav Radovic’s 22nd-minute penalty.

The Frenchman told a pre-match press conference: “Everyone has their own opinions”.

Monaco currently have five points with Tottenham on four following their goalless draw at Bayer Leverkusen, who sit third with three points. And, even though he appeared frustrated this time at ending the night without a goal, he is doing his part to help others amid his mini-drought.

Ronaldo remains two short of 100 career goals in Europe.

Real Madrid weren’t done, this time hitting Legia on the counter in the 84th minute. Real and Dortmund are tied on points (7), but the German side has a superior goal difference, which puts them ahead of the Spanish giants. The Russian side is last with one point and has a poor home record in the competition, with one win in its last nine home matches.

Three Legia fans were detained by the police in Madrid on Tuesday morning, and accused of vandalism, attempted theft, and of attacking two waitresses at a bar.

“I’m happy with his goals and with everything he is giving us”. “Had we scored twice and they scored four it might have been fair”.

The main thing for Zidane however is “winning and picking up points, which we’ve done“.

In the midst of a seven-game run in 29 days, Madrid eased off after the break.

What we did and what the players did was to work harder”.

France and Real Madrid centre-forward Karim Benzema has responded to criticism from French president Francois Hollande by saying that “my parents brought me up very well”.

“Next it will be another game, with another option and other players”. ‘I am at peace.

Police responded with a baton charge and by firing rubber bullets into the group.

He added: “It’s the only downside to tonight’s game-not keeping a clean sheet, but we will get better at that as we get more games under our belt”.

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