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Real Madrid’s fringe attack continues to troll Barcelona’s best

Real Madrid's fringe attack, Trolling Barcelona, Laliga title race

Barcelona plays week in week out the same team in order to keep their Laliga title defending alive, but Real Madrid’s continues to troll them with their fringe attack. Barcelona’s MSN ensemble side earned a thumping 4-1 victory over Villarreal earlier in the evening, and Real feeling no pressure replied them back with a 4-0 victory over Granada without their BBC trio.

Every time Zinedine Zidane rests his star players from gala XI, it must have given the opponent and beneficiary team a goose bump to sense it as an opportunity to outsmart them, but it has relatively been tougher to beat Real Madrid’s second string than first playing XI.

Granada facing relegation were their latest victim. James Rodriguez & Alvaro Morata particularly impressed again with their doubles of the night. James Rodriguez opened the scoring for Los Blancos within second minute of the game, and 10 minutes later earned a header to score his double of the night within first 12 minutes.

Then, it was Alvaro Morata’s show for much of the first half as he scored his 19th & 20th goal of the season, despite being on bench throughout the season. Morata smashed Real’s third of the night just before the half hour mark off the crossbar after receiving a Danilo’s pass. Five minutes later, Morata had another of the night to prove he is more lethal than BBC’s Karim Benzema.

Morata current campaign has been highly successful, as he has scored more no. of goals with lesser minutes. His minute to goal ratio is lower in the league, and he has every reason to feel bad, whenever he sits out in the dugout.

The match was already decided in the first half, and second half was only a stretched game. Both side failed to produce many goal opportunity chances and it ended 4-0 in favour of Real Madrid at the end, leaving no room for Barcelona to sense that they are ahead in Laliga title race. Although, Barcelona leads the point table on goal difference, but Real have a game in hand, which will be crucial to decide title.

 

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