Best Captured moments of the match between Real Madrid and Levante
Real Madrid beat Levante 3-0 to come back to the La Liga summit at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday. Marcelo opened the scoring for the hosts, and Cristiano Ronaldo overcame Raul as Madrid’s untouched top goalscorer around the same time the fabulous striker declared his retirement. Substitute Jese included a third late. The match was far less uneven than the scoreline recommends, however, as Levante made a lot of chances and had they demonstrated more levelheadedness in the last third, the match could without much of a stretch have been a draw. Los Blancos was without a lot of key players, including Karim Benzema, Luka Modric and Sergio Ramos. Starting with five at the back, the guests guaranteed the match began discreetly, as they disappointed the hosts.
Ronaldo had a penalty claim released following 16 minutes, the forward going down in the wake of feeling Simao’s hand on his back, however, a spot-kick would have been cruel on the Levante man. Real started to discover their feet as Marcelo brought about all way of issues down the left, first testing goalkeeper Ruben with a risky cross, before compelling Juanfran to yield a corner. Fittingly, the Brazilian soon broke the stop from a stunning move, as he won the ball in midfield, crashed into the case, played a shrewd one-two with Ronaldo and completed with aplomb. The 30-year-old ought to have included a third not long after yet could just hit his exertion wide, and Levante brought on more issues as Roger moved through three guards and tried Navas. Les Granotes kept on pushing forward after the break, and Real required a fine last-dump tackle from Casemiro to deny Deyverson a brilliant chance to score one-on-one with the Real defenders.
Here the Best Captured moments of the match between Real Madrid and Levante: