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Real Madrid benefited from two penalties as they came from behind to beat Girona 4-1 on Sunday, while Gareth Bale maintained his hot goalscoring form.
Madrid suffered their first away defeat of the 2017-18 season at Montilivi and it looked set to be another uncomfortable outing when Borja Garcia gave the home side the lead after 16 minutes.
But Madrid turned the scoreline on its head with the help of careless tackles from Marc Muniesa and Pere Pons, allowing Sergio Ramos and Karim Benzema to convert a spot-kick apiece either side of the break.
Bale added a third in the 59th minute, with Benzema making absolutely sure of the win with a goal that puts Madrid above rivals Barcelona after two matches of the LaLiga campaign.
It was Madrid who made the early running, with Benzema finding the net after eight minutes only to be denied by the offside flag.
Isco could not sort his feet out in time to apply the finish to a squared Marco Asensio pass and Girona punished the visitors for their profligacy with the opening goal.
Anthony Lozano's shot was blocked in the box, but the ball fell kindly for Garcia, who kept his cool to turn onto his right foot and fire high into Keylor Navas’ net.
But the home side threw away their advantage six minutes from the break, Muniesa bringing down Asensio - who was running away from goal – inside the penalty area.
With Cristiano Ronaldo now gone, spot-kick duties fell to captain Ramos, whose delicate flick down the middle deceived goalkeeper Bono.
Madrid had another chance from the spot seven minutes into the second half - this time Benzema scoring from 12 yards out after Asensio was hacked down by Pons.
Almost an hour had passed by the time Madrid got their first goal from open play, with Bale slotting beyond Bono to stretch his LaLiga scoring run to a career-best six matches.
Benzema's second of the contest arrived 10 minutes from time to put the result beyond doubt, the French striker tucking home a Bale cross to round off the victory.
Benzema drills in the fourth! 4-1 Los Blancos!
Gareth Bale on the breakaway! It's 3-1 Real Madrid!
Benzema makes it 2-1 again, from the penalty spot!
Sergio Ramos converts from the penalty spot! 1-1
Goal! What a strike! Borja Garcia fires the Catalans into an early lead! 1-0 Girona!
Now for Real Madrid! Surprisingly Modric & Verane start from the bench for Los Blancos. Navas starts in goal, whilst Gareth Bale leads the line!
First up team news for Girona! Stuani & Roberts are on the bench, Pere Pons starts for the first time this season.
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Girona will welcome Real Madrid on Sunday evening, as the Catalan club hunt for their first victory of the 2018/2019 La Liga season. As ever you can watch the game Live & Exclusive via beIN SPORTS CONNECT.
Girona will be frustrated with their opening game of the season, a 0-0 draw with newly promoted Real Valladolid. Despite bossing possession and chances, Eusebio Sacristán’s side was unable to make the breakthrough. The Catalan’s will be hoping to score their first goals of the season, although that looks unlikely against the might of Real Madrid.
English midfielder Patrick Roberts came on as a second-half sub against Valladolid and could be in line for a start on Sunday evening. The 21-year old prospect has been recruited from sister club Manchester City and has previously enjoyed impressive loan spells in Scotland with Celtic. The youngster will be looking for more game time in Spain, and an impressive showing against Los Blancos could alert clubs across the continent.
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TV Channel- HD12
Stadium- Estadi Montilivi, Girona
Real Madrid eased to a 2-0 win in their opening game of the La Liga season under new boss Julen Lopetegui. Dani Carvajal got the post-Cristiano Ronaldo era off to a good start, with a looping header on the 20th-minute mark, before Gareth Bale sealed all three points just six minutes after the restart.
Los Blancos will again be targeting another win, and Lopetegui will be demanding the same work rate and pressing which was shown in the opener against Getafe. In team news, Luca Modric is likely to be handed a start, whilst summer signing Thibaut Courtois will have to settle for a place on the bench.
Gareth Bale opened his 2018/2019 La Liga account with a fine strike against Getafe. The Welsh attacker is expected to chip in with more goals following the departure of CR7 to Juventus. Bale is likely to line up with Benzema & Asensio in a front three and will be looking to add to his tally against a tough looking Girona backline.
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