It was a memorable week for Real Madrid as they reached the semi finals of Champions League at the expense of fierce rivals Atletico Madrid. However, the Los Blancos are trailing FC Barcelona in La Liga, but Carlo Ancelotti believes that the team is rejuvenated after the win over Rojiblancos and ready to replicate their good form in Spain against Celta Vigo today.
Javier Chicharito Hernandez was the hero for Real Madrid as they overcome the challenge of mighty Atletico after an intense battle at Santiago Bernabeu. Los Blancos coach Carlo Ancelotti was very pleased with the result and was full of praise for the deputy of Karim Benzema.
Real Madrid manager admits they will look for a better keeper than Iker Casillas as David De Gea looms large on the horizon
Atletico and Real Madrid played out an entertaining but a goal-less draw at Vicente Calderon which sees the tie still hanging in balance ahead of a second-leg clash at Santiago Bernabeu. Real Madrid improved their recent dismal record against their fierce rivals and coach Carlo Ancelotti looked satisfied with the efforts of his players.
As the likes of Manuel Pellegrini face the axe, here are three managerial changes that will enthral the world
Real Madrid ease over Eibar with eyes set on the Champions League clash against Atletico Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 300th goal for Real Madrid as the Los Blancos secured a 2-0 win over Rayo Vallecano on Wednesday. Ronaldo was booked for diving into the penalty box by the referee but coach Carlo Ancelotti said after the game that the punishment for his star player is ai???unbelievableai??i??.
Real Madrid made a stunning comeback from their recent setbacks by securing a 9-1 victory over Granada on Sunday. Carlo Ancelottiai??i??s men will now look to extend their good form by overcoming the challenge of Rayo Vallecano tonight. Gareth Bale picked up a foot injury on Sunday but he has been named in Real Madridai??i??s squad for tonightai??i??s game.
Carlo Ancelotti reveals that Casillas is aware of the 'whistling', hints that 'BBC' could be dropped in the coming fixtures
Cristiano Ronaldo was on fire for Real Madrid as he netted five goals while Karim Benzema scored twice and Gareth Bale fired home one goal to secure an easy win for the Los Blancos in a one sided affair. Carlo Ancelotti was not overwhelmed with their win though, and said after the game that he could trade this victory with nine 1-0 wins as they remain behind FC Barcelona in the title race.