A Cristiano Ronaldo-less Real Madrid avenged last month’s Copa del Rey embarrassment as they came from behind to see off Leganes 3-1 and with it moved up to third place in La Liga. Unai Bustinza nodded the hosts into a shock lead after five minutes from close range after Madrid failed to deal with a corner, however Zinedine Zidane’s side were level a few minutes later as Lucas Vazquez fired in from the angle.
Real Madrid fought back from conceding an early goal to earn all three points at Leganes. Unai Bustinza fired the home side in front after just six minutes but goals from Lucas Vazquez and Casemiro ensured Zinedine Zidane's men climb back into third in La Liga. Sergio Ramos converted a late penalty to make sure of the points as Gareth Bale was again left on the bench, despite Cristiano Ronaldo missing the game. Here, we rate the players from both sides...
MADRID (Reuters) - Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has said he is ready to extend his contract with the Premier League club despite the fact that his heart is in Madrid for personal reasons. Since breaking into the Chelsea team in 2014 the Belgium international has frequently been linked to Real Madrid, however he said negotiations over a new deal with the English champions are imminent and all being well he will put pen to paper.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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