Real Madrid at the Spanish La Liga, on Saturday, 23 April 2016 needed everything to win to go top of the table when they took on Real Vallecano this Saturday afternoon but their quest started with worst possible scenario when Embarba scored in just 7th minute while Miku doubled Vallecano lead in 15th minute. Playing with Ronaldo, Real Madrid needed a uphill task to get something out of this game and Gareth Bale got them back into the game in 35th minute while Lucas Vazquez brought them back on level terms just after the break and Bale’s scored his second to complete the turn around.
Absolute cracking game as Real Madrid came from 2-0 down to draw level against Vallecano without Cristiano Ronaldo. Bale was pulled one back after Embarba and Miku had put Vallecano 2-0 up while Lucas Vazquez came on as a sub in second half for Benzema and scored the equalizer.
Real Madrid were on the backfoot from the minute go in the rainy conditions as Vallecano mugged them off in early exchanges. Two goals down, Gareth Bale stepped up to get Madrid back in the game and just when it looked like Madrid will be able to turn things around Karim Benzema was forced out injured making him doubtful for Manchester City clash.
Day belonged to Gareth Bale who turn up in what was a important game and scored the winning goal as Real Madrid completed a remarkable comeback from 2-0 down to win the game 3-2 thanks to Gareth Bale’s two superb goals.
Real Vallecano 2-3 Real Madrid – Match Highlights
- 07′ 1 – 0 Adrian Embarba.
- 14′ 2 – 0 Miku.
- 35′ 2 – 1 Gareth Bale.
- 52′ 2 – 2 Lucas Vazquez.
- 85′ 2 – 3 Gareth Bale.
The Welshman scored twice, either side of a Lucas Vazquez strike, to earn the visitors all three points, despite Zinedine Zidane’s men falling 2-0 behind in shocking fashion
Gareth Bale scored the winner on his return from a back problem as Real Madrid came from two goals down to beat Rayo Vallecano 3-2 and keep pace in the Liga title race, despite losing Karim Benzemato injury.
Madrid visited Vallecas without Cristiano Ronaldo because of a calf strain, but were able to welcome back Bale to the starting XI after he missed the 3-0 midweek win over Villarreal.
Zinedine Zidane’s men were just a point behind leaders Barcelona going into Saturday’s contest with their neighbours, but were quickly given a significant task to overcome as Rayo went 2-0 up inside 14 minutes.
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