La Liga: 2022-23: As Real Madrid defeats Espanyol 3-1, it is watching Liverpool and the Clasico

At the Santiago Bernabeu, Joselu Mato gave Espanyol the lead in the eighth minute. In any case, Madrid took a big lead in the 22nd minute thanks to goals from Éder Milito and Vincius.

Vinicius Junior played a significant role in Real Madrid’s 3-1 victory over Espanyol on Saturday in the Spanish league. Before the teams met the following weekend, this put Barcelona within striking distance of claiming the lead.

At the Santiago Bernabeu, Joselu Mato gave Espanyol the lead in the eighth minute. However, Madrid took an early lead thanks to goals from Éder Milito and Vincius.

With Marco Asensio’s third goal, Madrid ended their three-game losing streak in Copa del Rey and league play.

Carlo Ancelotti-coached Athletic Bilbao cut Barcelona’s lead over the pioneers by six goals prior to their match on Sunday.

Because he was resting from an ankle injury, Karim Benzema did not play. Ancelotti stated prior to the game that he believed his striker would be prepared for Wednesday’s Bosses Association match against Liverpool. Madrid has a 5-2 lead from the first game of the round of 16. In a match that is likely to have a significant impact on the title fight, Madrid will travel to Barcelona on March 19.

Ancelotti stated, “It was a game we expected to win at any cost.” In the Clasico and Legends Affiliation games this week, we have a good chance of defeating them. Ancelotti instructed his players to immediately focus on Liverpool. The coach said that the matchup in the European final from last year could be “full of traps” despite the fact that his team leads by three goals.

Joselu scored with a precise left foot touch for Brutal MADRID Espanyol, which remained in the thirteenth spot. The group assumed the responsibility as a result. Joselu became the league’s leading scorer, surpassing Getafe’s Enes Unal with 12 goals. Only 15-year-old Barcelona player Robert Lewandowski has more.

But before Vincius started playing, Madrid never gave Espanyol much of a chance to upset Madrid.

The forward from Brazil appeared to be surrounded by Espanyol when he received the ball on the left side of the field. However, he quickly turned to the center, giving him just enough space to shoot past four players and the goalpost.

“We were sufficiently peaceful to get back from a goal down,” Vincius said after scoring his nineteenth goal in all games. Milito once more got around his opponent at the near post when Madrid had Espanyol scrambling to head in a short Aurélien Tchouaméni cross.

Diego Martnez provided Espanyol with additional reinforcements during the second half; However, when Rodrygo’s free kick hit the crossbar in the 75th minute, Madrid almost scored.

After spotting Asensio and leaping forward, Protector Nacho Fernández won the battle. “We were in the match until the final minutes,” Joselu stated. Despite our best efforts, genuine Madrid will not permit us to surrender.

In the final set, Tete Morrente scored to give Elche the advantage and draw Valladolid, an eight-man team, 1-1. Since moving from Canada to Valladolid in January, Cyle Larin has played and scored four goals. In the fourth minute, he scored.

Despite this, when Darwin Machs was injured and had to leave the field after coach José “Pacheta” Rojo selected his replacements, Valladolid were unable to maintain control of the game.

Roque Mesa and Martin Hongla of Valladolid received second yellow cards after Morrente scored.

Other outcomes: Iago Aspas’s 10th and 11th league goals helped Celta Vigo defeat Rayo Vallecano 3-0. He scored his masterful second goal by floating the ball over the goalkeeper with the outside of his left foot at an acute angle.

In the 74th minute, Justin Kluivert scored to lift Valencia out of the relegation zone and beat Osasuna 1-0. Hugo Duro scored after converting Sergio Herrera’s final Osasuna extra point.

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