"Real Madrid" Continue His Failure in La Liga Against "Villarreal"


Villarreal beat Real Madrid in their home game at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday in the 19th round of the Spanish league.

Match HighLight & Goal

Pablo Fornales, 21, gave the royal striker a one-shot strike in the dying time three minutes from time.

Real Madrid, who were held in a draw for the second game in a row, continued to bleed the points. They had a 32-point lead (with a postponed game) and are fourth on the table. While Villarreal raised the balance to 31 points, and advanced to the fifth place on the ladder of the league rankings.

Real Madrid have asked for two penalties during the Villarreal clash in the 19th round of the Spanish league at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.

The first case occurred in the 36th minute when Gareth Bell hit the header in the penalty area with Villarreal defender Alvaro Gonzalez, but referee Andiano Mayenko did not notice any interest.

The second case occurred in the last minute of the half, as Ronaldo stumbled into the penalty area after his contact with Villarreal, losing his balance and make it reach the ball in a bad position.

Former Spanish referee Ituraldi Gonzalez and an expert at Radio Cadena Ser explained that Cristiano Ronaldo's situation does not require a penalty because the Villarreal player had his head raised up and moved towards the place where the ball was played.

MADRID, Spain (AP) - Real Madrid beat Spain's Villarreal 1-0 at home to the Bernabeu on Saturday, "He said.

Pablo Fornals scored the winner for Villarreal in the 87th minute.

The referee annulled a goal for Real Madrid in the 13th minute, seeking to sneak into Welsh Gareth Bell.

Brazil's left-back Marcelo fired a shotgun that Villarreal saved in the 20th minute.

Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo also scored a superb free kick that struck the bar 22 minutes into the match.

Negative results for Real Madrid in the Spanish league
Real Madrid failed to win in the last three rounds of the Spanish league, losing the Clasico to 3-0 in the 17th round of the competition, then the disappointing draw against Celta Vigo 2-2 in the last round, then the loss from Villarreal.



Real Madrid in fourth place in the Spanish league
Real Madrid have 32 points and are still in fourth place on the Spanish league table, one point away from fifth-placed Villarreal on 33 points.

The difference between Real Madrid and traditional rivals Barcelona, ​​who have 48 points, is 15 points. The Catalan team will meet Real Sociedad on Sunday in the same round.