Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Without Ronaldo, Real Madrid Still Tough for Dinamo Zagreb

MADRID - Real Madrid are too tough for Dinamo Zagreb, in the fifth match Champions League group D phase. Los Merengues beat the Croatian club with a score of 6-2 at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday (11/23/2011) pm dawn.
Maybe this is a nightmare for Dinamo Zagreb, playing at the Santiago Bernabeu, Real Madrid did not take long to score against his guest. Karim Benzema who got a sweet feed from Mesut Ozil cleverly deceiving Zagreb goalkeeper Ivan Kelava by placing the ball in the bottom right corner of the Croatian club's goal.
Benzema back in action, bait French international striker after penetrating into the defense Zagreb able to put to good use by Jose Callejon in minute 6. Score was changed to 2-0 for the excellence of Madrid.
Yet also rise, Los Blancos back to score a goal against Zagreb. This time the main actor is Gonzalo Higuain. Bomber Argentina is getting feedback from Lassana Diarra who then passed a defender and outwit Zagreb Kelava thus making Madrid already leading 3-0 in the 9th minute first half.
3-0 lead, Jose Mourinho's troops are not slowed down their game. Seemed to want to score as much as possible, Xabi Alonso's defense kept pounding cs Zagreb.
Madrid return effort fruitful results in the 20th minute when Ozil able to maximize ball gag Higuain obtained from the action that goes into the penalty box Zagreb by passing through two players at once. Ozil also needs to outwit two players Kelava to Zagreb and Madrid netted the fourth goal against Zagreb.
Kelava itself actually did not play bad, some times dangerous opportunities gained Benzema, Ozil and Fabio Coentrao was blocked by goalie capable of 23-year-old.
Until the first round was over, not to mention Madrid scored again and Zagreb also has not been able to minimize lost time.
The second half
Felt it was far enough ahead, Mourinho immediately replace the three players, Xabi Alonso with Esteban Granero, Sergio Ramos with Raul Albiol and Mesut Ozil with Hamit Altintop.
Substitution of this turned out not to make Los Merengues weakened, they remain capable of playing attacking football. Even the second round has been running for four minutes, Callejon Madrid is able to increase the advantage to 5-0. Callejon goal stems from the feed Raphael Varane Callejon then penetrate and release a shot that was dammed Kelava.
Madrid did not lose a match since the beginning of Cristiano Ronaldo continued to dominate the game, but Zagreb this time also not to be outdone, Zagreb gelandnag Sammir could make Madrid goalkeeper Antonio Adan able to work, after almost throughout the game practically not so much to save his goal.
Madrid again netted the ball into the goal Zagreb in the 66th minute to make Los Blancos 6-0 lead. Madrid scored all six goals through one-two touch Benzema and Higuain, Benzema kick was again able to outwit Kelava which in this fight should be helter-skelter to maintain the net.
Like do not want to be really humiliated, Zagreb tried to carry out attacks by relying on the counter attack which actually only really visible in the middle of the second half. This way when the end of the fruitful results in the 81st minute through Fatos Beciraj who got a pass from Luis Ibanez to minimize the position to be 6-1.
Zagreb back to reduce the position to be 6-2 after Ivan Tomecak able to take advantage of Sodoran Milan Badelj in the 90th minute. Until the game ended, both teams no longer score goals and the final score 6-2 to win the Spanish capital club.
These results continue to make Madrid leads Group D with 16 points followed by Ajax Amsterdam with 8 points after the Dutch club's goalless with the host Olympique Lyon are currently collecting 5 points ..
The composition of the players of both teams:
Real Madrid (4-2-2-2): Adan; Diarra, Sergio Ramos (R. Albiol) 46, Varane, Coentrao; Xabi Alonso (E. Granero) 46, Sahin; Callejon, Ozil (H. Altintop) 46; Benzema, Higuain
Dinamo Zagreb (4-5-1): Kelava; Tonel, Vida (Arijan Ademi) 63, Cufre, Ibanez; Mateo Kovacic, Calello, Badelj, Sammir (Ivan Tomecak) 82, Alispahic (Jerko Leko) 46; Beqiraj


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