Real Madrid beat Cádiz in the Spanish league and now they are thinking about finalizing their Champions League tie against Chelsea

Real Madrid beat Cádiz in the Spanish league and now they are thinking about finalizing their Champions League tie against Chelsea

2023-04-15

He Real Madrid (2nd) won 2-0 at Cadiz (15th) this Saturday on the 29th day of the league, while Betis (5th) won 3-1 against Espanyol (19th) to move closer to the Champions League places. Real Sociedad (4th) fell 2-0 to Athletic Bilbao (7th) in the Basque derby.

Table of standings of the Spanish league

Goals from Nacho Fernandez (70) and Marco Asensio (76) allowed Real Madrid Atlético secures itself in second place in the standings threatening D MadridIt is measured in Almeria on Sunday.

The Whites carried the brunt of the game but took time to find a way to goal thanks to a superb performance from goalkeeper David Gill, his team’s real hero.

The Meringues had to wait for Nacho to break the deadlock with a long shot (70) before Asensio was awarded a cross shot (76).

Earlier, Betis reached the ‘Champions Zone’ after beating Espanyol with goals from Ayoze (28), Juan Miranda (34) and William Caravalho (69) to keep Espanyol from coming back thanks to Cesar Montes’ Chilean goal.

Betis snatched fifth place from Villarreal (6th), who fell 2-1 to Valladolid (14th) this Saturday.

At San Mames, Athletic Bilbao won 2-0 Real The partnership in the Basque derby, with Inaki Williams’ brace, took a step towards the European zone of the Spanish Championship.

Inaki Williams took the lead from a swinging corner kick (32).

In the first game of the day, Valladolid surprised Villarreal, who were relegated from fifth place with a win over Bedic.

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Valladolid took the lead through goals from Moroccans Selim Amalla (2) and Javad El Yamiq (33), before Villarreal pulled one back through Etienne Gabou (73).

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Real Madrid: Courtois; Lucas, Rüdiger, Militao, Nacho: Valverde, Tchouaméni, Ceballos; Asensio, Benzema, Rodrigo.

Cadiz: David Gill, Barra, Foley, Luis Hernandez, Espino; San Emeterio, Rubén Alcaraz; Bongonda, son-in-law; Guardiola, Chris Ramos.

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