Real Madrid is going head to head with Osasuna starting on 27 Oct 2021 at 19:30 UTC at Santiago Bernabeu stadium, Madrid city, Spain. The match is a part of the LaLiga.
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Real Madrid will aim to keep the momentum going from their dramatic El Clasico win over Barcelona when they welcome Osasuna to the Spanish capital for Wednesday’s La Liga battle.
Los Blancos came out on top by two goals to one against Barca in Sunday’s battle, while the in-form visitors dropped two points in disappointing fashion against Granada.
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After David Alaba’s opener in the 32nd minute, the net would not ripple again until the third minute of second-half injury time as Lucas Vazquez nipped in ahead of Eric Garcia to prod home, and Sergio Aguero’s strike right at the death was too little too late for Barcelona.
Having now passed the Camp Nou test, Real Madrid have leaders Real Sociedad firmly in their sights, and the second-placed Blancos have now cut the lead at the top to just one point following Sociedad’s 2-2 draw with reigning champions Atletico Madrid.
Despite going winless in three games across all competitions before the October international break, Carlo Ancelotti’s side have now posted back-to-back wins over Barca and Shakhtar Donetsk, while 24 goals scored is unsurprisingly the highest tally in La Liga.
Furthermore, Real Madrid welcome Osasuna to the capital on a 13-game unbeaten league run on home soil – during which they have scored at least two goals in 10 of those encounters – but their upcoming visitors command plenty of respect.
NAME: Real Madrid – Osasuna
DATE: 27 Oct 2021
TIME: 19:30 UTC
VENUE: Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid, Spain
Seemingly destined to claim a fourth La Liga win on the bounce during the visit of Granada, early-season surprise package Osasuna went into the half-time break 1-0 up courtesy of Chimy Avila’s strike just before the referee’s whistle blew.
However, Jagoba Arrasate’s side were forced to see out the final 15 minutes of the encounter with 10 men following Cote’s red card, and Granada substitute Angel Montoro would find the back of the net within seven minutes of his introduction to steal a point for the visitors in the dying embers.
While that was a frustrating way to end the weekend, take nothing away from Osasuna’s remarkable start to the 2021-22 season, as a tally of 10 points taken from their last four matches sees them sit sixth in the table after 10 games.
Arrasate remained upbeat after the encounter with Granada, though, and having also overcome Europa League winners Villarreal just after the international break, Osasuna are not travelling to Madrid simply to be rolled over by Los Blancos.
However, Osasuna have lost eight and drawn one of their last nine matches with Real Madrid in all competitions, and not since the 2010-11 season have this week’s visitors prevailed against the capital giants – claiming a 1-0 success in January 2011.