Real Madrid beat Osasuna by 3 goals to 1
Real Madrid won a difficult victory over Osasuna on Wednesday in the 33rd round of the Spanish League in Pamplona and David Alaba opened the scoring for Los Blancos in the 12th minute, but Croatian Ante Bodemir equalized the result after a minute before Marco Asensio made it 2-1 in the first half as Lucas finished off Vazquez matters in extra time (96).
Real Madrid’s strong second half was enough to secure Ancelotti’s maximum points against struggling Osasuna and the scoreboard would have seen a higher margin had Karim Benzema converted the two second-half penalties awarded to the opposing team.
The only downside that night was David Alaba’s injury late in the first half as the Austria international had to make way for Carvajal.
Real Madrid’s win now gives Ancelotti’s men a week to prepare for Manchester City’s Champions League semi-final first leg match.
Real Madrid won 3-1 at Osasuna Stadium and Carlo Ancelotti’s focus now turns to the Champions League With the opposing team and everyone in great shape and I would like to highlight Dani Ceballos for his performance and I was right when I said a few weeks ago that he deserved more minutes.”
In response to a question about Karim Benzema’s performance against Osasuna and the two kicks that Sergio Herrera saved, the Italian defended the striker and said: “If we had got another penalty he would have taken it. When we have the next one of us he will take it. Everyone who takes the penalty kicks will miss some even if he did not score he played. Well “.