Home Sports Electrifying Luka Modric strike assists Real Madrid in seeing off Celta Vigo

Electrifying Luka Modric strike assists Real Madrid in seeing off Celta Vigo


A staggering strike by Luka Modric helped Real Madrid while heading to a 4-1 triumph away to Celta Vigo on Saturday as the prevailing Spanish bosses made it two successes from two in La Liga this season.

Modric twisted home from fresh not long before half-time to put Carlo Ancelotti’s side back in front after Karim Benzema’s initial punishment had been offset by Iago Aspas, who changed over a spot-kick at the opposite end.

 Eden Hazard had a late punishment saved as Madrid

Vinicius Junior and Federico Valverde added further objectives in the final part while Eden Hazard had a late punishment saved as Madrid based on their La Liga season-opening 2-1 win at Almeria and joined Real Betis and Osasuna on six focuses at the highest point of the juvenile standings.

Genuine started to lead the pack inside the initial quarter of an hour at Balaidos, Benzema opening in punishment after the ref punished Celta’s Peruvian midfielder Renato Tapia for handball following a VAR survey.

Sensational Modric

Eder Militao hindered a Goncalo Paciencia

However Celta won their very own punishment halfway through the main half as Eder Militao hindered a Goncalo Paciencia header with his arm, and veteran striker Aspas – – who scored multiple times last season – – committed no error from the spot.

Franco Cervi then crashed a shot only wide as Celta took steps to go in front against a Real side playing their most memorable game since consenting to sell midfielder Casemiro to Manchester United.

In any case, Modric was back in the firing line-up and made it 2-1 three minutes before the span, gathering ownership in space 25 meters from the objective and progressing before twisting a colossal shot high into the net from the edge of the D.

Genuine’s class told after the break, as Modric sent Vinicius away to adjust goalkeeper Augusto Marchesin and opening in the guests’ third objective in the 56th moment.

Celta Vigo 1-4

It was 4-1 preceding the halfway point in the last part, with Vinicius attempting to select Benzema just for the Frenchman to slip, permitting the showing up Valverde to establish a low first-time shot into the furthest corner.

 Madrid then, at that point, struck two times on the break in the last part through Vinicius Jr.and Federico Valverde to make the three focuses secure. The scoreline might have been significantly more decided for the guests yet substitute Eden Hazard, beneficently given the obligation by Benzema, had a late punishment saved. showed a great deal of energy on the pitch and the exhibition was great “We are blissful. We played well,” Real Madrid supervisor Carlo Ancelotti said a while later. “We had great individual exhibitions from players who haven’t played a ton, they’re new.

Tchouameni played well, and Camavinga did. We showed a lot of energy on the pitch and the performance was good, we are confident in the future for sure.

“We have players who can play in different positions, it helps the team. I think the squad we have is really good, I have no doubts about that.”

Before Modric’s intervention, Madrid was stuck in a real tussle with their opponents, just as they were in a narrow 2-1 win against Almeria in their LaLiga opener a week ago.

Playing their most memorable game without Manchester United-bound Casemiro, Ancelotti began with Aurelien Tchouameni in a midfield three close by Modric and Eduardo Camavinga.

Paciencia went close with a low strike across the objective toward the beginning of the final part as Celta looked to get back based on level conditions. Yet, when Modric found Vinicius clear through the center and the Brazilian adjusted the guardian before sliding home the challenge was finished.

Casemiro era begins with  victory

I can say thanks to my fans, said Modric

Valverde wrapped up the scoring, permitting Modric to pass on the last minutes on the seat in the wake of getting thunderous applause from each of the four corners of the Balaidos.

“It’s something lovely, it causes me exceptionally cheerful when the fans perceive your work, I can say thanks to them,” Modric said.

Concerning the deficiency of Casemiro, who is expected to have a goodbye in Madrid on Monday before fixing his transition to Old Trafford, Modric added: “It’s a disgrace, we impacted the world forever with him and he was basic. We’ll miss him a great deal personally and as a player, and I’m miserable to see him go. Be that as it may, it’s a piece of football and we need to continue without him.”



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