Real Madrid walks out with victory against home team in the Real Madrid vs Real Sociedad match
Real Madrid and Real Sociedad came together to face each other at Anoeta on April 30 for a La Liga clash. With only one win out of their last four in the league and 42 points, the home team came into the field to redeem themselves from the 11th position. Real madrid, on the other hand, had won their previous nine matches, and a win in this match would move them to the top of the table. Amidst all the speculations, the Real Madrid vs Real Sociedad match began.
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The match began, and it was understandable that the first goal was going to be important. A lot of expectation was from Mikel Oyarzabal, who had scored the winning shot against Barca in this very stadium earlier in the month. Both the teams fought for possession as the match proceeded. As it reached its 7th min, Illarramendi threw some challenges in the way of Casemiro. Real was seen passing and probing in the Sociedad half and enjoying possession, as the match rolled into the 10th min. James collected a Nacho pass and tried to feed Bale, but Gonzalez was on hands for a challenge. Eventually, Nacho delivered the ball to James again, but his low strike was saved by Rulli.
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The Real Madrid vs Real Sociedad match continued amidst a sudden downpour, and it was evident that Sociedad needed a longer period of possession to get over the dangerous attack by the visitors. The match reached its 20th min, and Casemiro showed some amazing footwork, but his low strike went wide of the post. In the 23rd min, Bale fed James a cross, but the chance fell through as it went wide of the post. James continued to make dangerous deliveries, but the home team started to show some threat of their own, thanks to Bruma. The third chance of the match was seen as Mayoral set James up with a great pass, but the attacker fired it at Rulli.
With a little of 10 min left till the end of the first half, James tried a short free kick, but Mikel was on hand to stir clear of it. In the 35th min, Zurutuza got the chance to break through the middle for the home side, but the ball hit Varane, and Ramos was back on the cover to clear the danger. Illarramendi got booked for pulling Modric to the ground. In the 41st min, Bale got booked for a high challenge on Elustondo, and Bergara got booked for a late challenge on Bale.
After a half chance for the home side, the Real madrid vs Real Sociedad match completed its first half, and the score board read Real Sociedad 0-0 Real Madrid.
The second of the Real Madrid vs Real Sociedad match began, and within the first 5 min, a half chance came in the way of Real Madrid as Danilo broke down the right before attempting a cross towards Bale, but Mikel is on hand to make a clearance. Prieto is booked for a high challenge on Ramos. Sociedad gave decent pressure on Real, but there was very little to report. In the 59th min, a sensational chance came in the way of Real to take a lead, as Bale found himself unmarked inside the Sociedad box, but he smashed it straight into the stopper. This was followed by the booking of Ramos for a high challenge on Prieto.
Within a few minutes, Nacho got booked for pulling Prieto to the deck, and then Zaldua met with the same fate for a poor challenge on Nacho. Rulli made another great save in the 75th min to keep out Jese, and the next min, Modric got booked for a late challenge on Bruma. Rulli made another great save in the 79th min as he stopped a low effort by Jese.
With just 10 min left of the Real Marid vs Real Sociedad match, Bale headed a Vazquez cross past Rulli, scoring one for Real Madrid. Nothing remarkable in the next 10 min, and the additional 3 min ended with Navas keeping out a potential equalizer from Illarramendi. The match came to an end with the scorecard reading Real Sociedad 0-1 Real Madrid. At the end of what can be called an unremarkable match, Real Madrid walked out with a victory against the home team.
— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadrid) April 30, 2016