Brahim Diaz’s brace led Real Madrid to a crushing 4-0 victory over Granada

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Brahim Diaz’s brace led Real Madrid to a crushing 4-0 victory over Granada

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Real Madrid achieved a crushing 4-0 victory when they visited the home of Granada in the continuation of the 2023/24 La Liga at the Estadi Nuevo Los Carmenes on Saturday evening WIB (5/11).

After securing the Spanish League title and reaching the Champions League final, Real Madrid rested some of their key players and gave starts to Joselu and Arda Guler.

Brahim Diaz scored two goals (Brace) in this match, with the other two scored by Fran Garcia and Arda Guler.

Thanks to this victory, Real Madrid have now collected 90 points at the top of the Spanish league table in 35 matches.

Meanwhile, Granada were confirmed for relegation after sitting in 19th place with 21 points. Mallorca’s 1-0 victory over Las Palmas moments earlier ensured Granada’s relegation to the Segunda Division, as reported on the Spanish League’s official website.

Read also: Ancelotti said Granada’s opponents “will be good” in preparation for the UCL final

Even though they continued to press Granada’s defence, Real Madrid only managed to break through the home team’s goal in the 38th minute.

Fran Garcia opened the scoring for Real Madrid. This goal started from Real Madrid’s attack from the right, Brahim Diaz entered the penalty area before releasing a pass which was completed by Garcia. Score 1-0 for Real.

In the 49th minute, Real Madrid scored their third goal thanks to the individual action of Brahim Diaz who dribbled the ball into the penalty area, outmaneuvered the Granada defender before firing a shot that beat Augusto Batalla. Granada-Real Madrid 0-3.

Brahim Diaz scored his second goal in the 58th minute to put Real ahead 4-0. He completed the attack created by Luka Modric and Arda Guler.

No additional goals were scored in the remaining time. Carlo Ancelotti’s team won 4-0 over Granada.

Align:

Grenada (4-4-2): Augusto Batalla, Bruno Mendez (Ricard Sanchez 74′), Kamil Piatkowski, Carlos Neva, Ignasi Miquel, Kamil Jozwiak (Callejon 46′), Gerard Gumbau (Villar 53′), Facundo Pellistri, Sergio Ruiz (Hongla 53′), Myrto Uzuni (Melendo 81′), Lucas Boye

Real Madrid (4-3-3): Thibaut Courtois, Lucas Vazquez, Antonio Ruediger (Nacho Fernandez 70′), Francisco Garcia, Eder Militao, Eduardo Camavinga, Dani Ceballos, Luka Modric (Kroos 70′), Brahim Diaz, Arda Guler, Joselu

Reporter: Hendri Sukma Indrawan
Editor: Junaydi Suswanto
Copyright © ANTARA 2024



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