Real Madrid defeated Espanyol to keep perfect record


Real Madrid defeated a determined Espanyol 3-1 in order to keep their perfect record this season intact. Karim Benzema scored both of Real Madrid’s late goals.

Espanyol Real Madrid goals 3-1


Vinicius gave the opposition a 1-0 lead.
Espanyol was levelled by Joselu,

but Benzema scored two goals in stoppage time.
Before the match with Betis, Madrid had a perfect record.

On Sunday, August 28, 2022,

Real Madrid defeated Espanyol Barcelona 3-1 in a La Liga match that was played away from home.

Above all. After Aurelien Tchouameni sent the ball to Vinicius Junior,

the defending European champions immediately took the lead.

Joselu’s late first-half goal for Espanyol brought both teams to a tie going into the break.
Real Madrid triumphed 3-1 against Espanyol

thanks to two goals from captain Karim Benzema in a dramatic finish to keep their perfect record through three LaLiga games.

On Sunday, August 28, 2022,

Real Madrid defeated Espanyol Barcelona 3-1 away from home in a La Liga match.

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Vinicius Junior scored after Aurelien Tchouameni sent the ball to him, giving the defending European champions an early advantage.

Joselu’s equalising goal for Espanyol brought both teams to a tie at the interval.
Real Madrid won 3-1 against Espanyol thanks to a chaotic finish that saw captain Karim Benzema score twice. With three LaLiga games remaining, Real Madrid maintained a perfect record.

The following goal, an equaliser,

came from Espanyol in the 43rd minute. After Courtois made an initial save,

Additionally. Joselu took Oscar Gil’s throughball on board and scored in the second attempt. The pass rebounded pleasantly off Eder Militao for the home striker.

Joselu was once more involved in the penalty area drama when Courtois had to scramble to stop his left-footed shot.

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So. Lecomte stopped Benzema’s 20-yard curling shot,

and then Madrid’s captain and talisman had a goal disallowed for offside as he nudged in a Toni Kroos low ball.

Rodrygo’s expertly constructed cross from the left was met by Benzema

as the game was winding down,

and he tucked in a close-range volley at the far post to completely deflate the hosts.

Lecomte was sent off in stoppage time for a reckless attempt

to tackle Dani Ceballos just outside the penalty area,

adding further drama to the situation. Leandro Cabrera,

the backup goalkeeper,

was not up to the task as Benzema shot the corner kick from 20 yards out.

WHAT OCCURED? Vinicius Junior scored the game’s opening goal with a beautiful finish, but Joselu Mato tied the score just before halftime. After the intermission,

both teams had scoring opportunities,

but it was Madrid who came away with the victory thanks to Benzema,

who popped up at the back post to volley in Rodrygo’s cross

in the 88th minute and then scored a beautiful free kick in stoppage time.


THE BIGGER PICTURE: Madrid earned this hard-fought victory despite losing the initiative early in the first half. However,


they fought back to earn a really amazing three points,

like champions do.

The third game of the season for Real Madrid was yet another away game. The team coached by Carlo Ancelotti travelled to Barcelona to take on RCD Espanyol. Two lineup adjustments were made by the Italian,

both at full back. With David Alaba moving to left back,

the starting XI was formed by Lucas Vazquez and Toni Rudiger. That fullback combination might be more effective than the Carvajal-Mendy combination in deeper blocks.

Despite a valiant effort

by Espanyol,

Real Madrid was able to win thanks to goals from the explosive combo of Benzema and Vinicius. With his changes,

Carlo Ancelotti altered the dynamic of the match and made Camavinga and Rodrygo Goes the stars.

Spanish 1–3 Real Madrid: Karim Benzema scored twice in the last seconds to keep Los Blancos’ unblemished record.

Real Madrid defeated Espanyol and won its third straight road game to extend its winning streak in the Champions League.

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Vinicius gave Carlo Ancelotti’s team a 12-minute lead,

but Joselu’s equaliser caused them to lose ground.

Nobody would have minded if Espanyol had managed to hold on for a point,

but Madrid grow at those times when worn-out opponents start to shrink,

and goals from Karim Benzema on the 88th and 100th minutes made sure they left with all three points.

Madrid was determined to avenge their 2-1 loss

from the previous October’s match. They quickly got going,

as Vinicius scored his second goal of the year after a beautiful pass exchange between Karim Benzema and Aurelien Tchouameni.

Joselu provided a response for the home team to draw even. He had a little luck along the way because when Thibaut Courtois saved his attempt,

the ball deflected off of Eder Militao and back to him. In his last nine outings against Real Madrid, he has scored seven goals.

Real Madrid maintained its perfect La Liga record on Sunday

night by defeating Espanyol 3-1

thanks to goals from Karim Benzema. Madrid seized the lead thanks to Brazilian forward Vinicius Jr.,

but shortly before halftime,

Joselu scored on a rebound and beat Thibaut Courtois at the second attempt to cut Madrid’s lead in half. Both teams had opportunities,

but Benzema scored the game-winning goal.

Real Madrid defeated Espanyol 3-1 with late goals from Karim Benzema.

Before Benzema’s close-range goal gave Madrid the lead again in the 88th minute,

they were in danger of squandering their first LaLiga points of the season.

This came after Vinicius Junior’s first-minute goal was cancelled out by Joselu of Espanyol two minutes before halftime.


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