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With four of the last five meetings between these sides producing goals, it’s no surprise that Sunday’s clash at Estadio de la Ceramica
This should be another barnstorming game, with Villarreal already looking extremely vulnerable in defence this term and Real Madrid in likely backlash mode after being held at home by Valladolid on Matchday 2.
It took a moment of brilliance from big No.9 Karim Benzema to finally open the scoring 82 minutes in as the Frenchman spun on the edge of the area to hit a low drive past Jordi Masip
but Pucela weren’t to be denied and they deservedly equalised on the basis of their tenacity
and teamwork six minutes later through Sergi Guardiola, who netted for the second consecutive week.
It will deeply disappoint Zinedine Zidane and Real fans to drop points this early in the campaign and particularly at home against a side which finished just above the drop zone in 2018/19
but credit has to be given at times to inferior opposition who outperform expectations, and that was certainly the case on this occasion.
So in short, Real shouldn’t worry too much heading into this Sunday’s highly anticipated showdown with Villarreal
especially as they have always found goals easy to come by against El Submarino Amarillo.
Los Merengues have netted 80 times against Villarreal in La Liga which is more than any other team in the competition
and they have also won more matches against the Valencian outfit than any other club in the history of the Spanish top flight.
For whatever reason, this fixture always provides thrills, entertainment and an abundance of goals, which Madrid usually come out on the right side of.
Last season’s corresponding game ended 2-2, but Real ran out 3-2 victors when the teams last clashed at Santiago Bernabeu in early May.a
Villarreal should be worried about the above stats, particularly as they have looked hopeless at the back in their opening two games this term.
Javier Calleja’s charges squandered a 4-2 lead at home to newly promoted Granada on the opening weekend
to finish up at 4-4, before going down 2-1 at Levante last weekend after conceding two penalties
Real unsurprisingly dominated proceedings last weekend at Santiago Bernabeu, but after they failed to gain an early breakthrough
And that would’ve probably opened the floodgates, Valladolid’s defence grew in stature and space to create clear-cut chances was soon at a premium.