Real Madrid came from behind to draw with Valencia 2-2

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Real Madrid came from behind to draw with Valencia 2-2 in La Liga last night. At the Estadio de Mestalla, it’s a La Liga football match on Saturday night between the Bats and the Whites at home.

Playing until the 27th minute, the home team took a 1-0 lead. Dimitri Fulgier allowed Fran Perez to shoot at the wrong angle. But the ball went in the direction of Hugo Duro, who hit it into the net. Causing the fans in the stadium to cheer.

That was not enough, in the 30th minute, Los Che led 2-0 due to a mistake by Real Madrid, with Dani Carvajal paying the price back after not being good, Roman Yaremchuk touched the ball away from Andre Luni. before shooting into the net ทางเข้า UFABET 

Lola Blancos scored 1-2 in added time in the 5th minute of the first half. Dani Carvajal cut in from the right. Rodrygo poked the first shot before it was Vinicius Jr. Charge quickly and don’t miss a beat.

In the 55th minute of the second half, the visiting team missed the opportunity to equalize. Ferland Mendy passed to Jude Bellingham, who locked the shot with his right but failed to get past Georgi Mamardashvili. 

Next, in the 61st minute, Valencia had a chance. This time it was Fran Perez, who turned the ball into the path of Diego López, shooting with his right and making a save from Andrey Lunin.

Until the 76th minute, the White Kings equalized 2-2. Luka Modric flowed out for Braim Diaz to lift the ball into the far post. Vinicius Jr. pounded it into the net. 

Even though VAR checked, it was still considered a goal because the slow motion clearly indicated that. Vinicius was equal to the defender. The Valencia players tried to protest but to no avail.

In the first minute of added time the hosts were awarded a penalty. Nacho Fernandes fouled Hugo Duro, which the referee didn’t hesitate at first. But there was a signal to go look at the VAR screen on the sideline again before changing his mind because Nacho’s kick didn’t hit Duro. 

Drama ensued at the end of the game. Braim Diaz turned the ball over for Jude Bellingham to head it into the net. But the referee called time out. This caused the visiting team players to protest until they rioted, but to no avail.

The game ended 2-2, with Real Madrid having 66 points from 27 matches, while Valencia had 37 points.