Part 1: Almeria vs. Real Madrid – Spanish La Liga - Review

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Part 1: Almeria vs. Real Madrid – Spanish La Liga - Review
Jose Mourinho’s Los Blancos dropped points in the Spanish La Liga against a bottom of the table side, Almeria, as the hosts totally shocked everyone.
Real Madrid had the opportunity to put pressure on Barcelona as they were to play before them. In case the Spanish Giants won the game, they would move one point ahead of the La Blaugrana who would have a match in hand.
However, it was hard for Real Madrid to capitalize as they suffered a draw against Almeria who looked to be very organized defensively.
Almeria was simply phenomenal while defending and they looked to be a completely different side from the one that suffered a 0-8 home defeat against
It looked as if Real Madrid was going to score at least more than three goals past the bottom of the table, Almeria, but Jose Mourinho’s men found it very hard to get past the defensive walls of their opponents and even though equalized for
the visitors, it was too late for them to win it and they dropped two points in the league to give Barcelona the opportunity to capitalize and take three points from their game which would take them four points clear of Real Madrid.
The visitors were stunned by the home team’s attacking forces that looked to be in great form as the game started off in Estadio de los Jeugos Mediterraneos.
A beautiful run from towards the Real Madrid’s danger zone found the crowd roaring for a penalty after he was brought down.
However, the ball fell towards Jose Ulloa who decided to take his chances on goal and struck the ball past to give his side the lead.
Even though Real Madrid was a goal down, they still dominated the play throughout the first and the second half.
The goal was scored during a counter attack and Almeria stuck on to their tactics even after the goal was scored as the Los Blancos kept on dominating the game.
Even though Almeria was leading for 17 minutes during the second half, the substitute showed the world how he was useful for the Los Blancos.
The Frenchman delivered an inch perfect through ball towards another substitute, Esteban Granero. The Real Madrid youngster wasted no time on the ball and hammered the ball towards the right corner of the post to take at least a point from the home side.
During the injury time, Real Madrid won a lot of free kicks right outside the 18 yard box of the home team.
It was the Portuguese captain,, who took two of them.
The first one struck the cross bar even though it looked to be going in and the last one saw itself going out of play.
Ronaldo was simply left stranded about the fact that his free kick did not find the back of the net. 



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