Real Madrid take 3 penalties, referee wants Karim Benzema to score a hat-trick


Celta Vigo striker Iago Aspas accused the referee of wanting Karim Benzema to score a hat-trick for giving Real Madrid three penalties.

The referee in charge of Celta Vigo versus Real Madrid , Pablo Gonzalez Fuertes, awarded the home team three penalties in the 18th, 63′ and 68′ minutes respectively.

Referee Pablo Gonzalez Fuertes awarded the first penalty after Celta Vigo attacking midfielder Nolito fouled Real Madrid defender Eder Militao in the box.

Real Madrid ‘s first penalty was a successful goal after Karim Benzema was able to carry out his duties as executor well.

Karim Benzema fired a right foot kick that directed the ball into the middle of the Celta Vigo goal .

Referee Pablo Fuertes again pointed to the spot after Celta Vigo defender Jeison Murillo brought down Rodrygo Goes in the penalty box.

Benzema, who is again advancing as an executor, this time failed to carry out his duties perfectly after his shot was saved by Celta Vigo goalkeeper Matias Dituro.

In Real Madrid’s third penalty, Benzema paid for the miss by placing the ball into the bottom right corner of Celta Vigo’s goal which Matias Dituro couldn’t save.

Karim Benzema ‘s penalty and VAR’s help put Real Madrid ahead of Celta Vigo in the first half. Los Blancos had been difficult for the hosts with various attacks.

Real Madrid is a guest in the match week 30 of the 2021-2022 Spanish League by traveling to Celta Vigo ‘s cage at the Abanca Balaidos Stadium, Saturday (2/4/2022) local time or evening WIB.

Quoted from from the official LaLiga website, the match was balanced with Celta Vigo slightly superior in terms of ball possession with 50.6 percent.

In addition, Celta Vigo was also able to release seven shots with three of them aiming right at the Real Madrid goal .

The match between Celta Vigo and Real Madrid has been tight since the first half just started.

In the 4th minute, the host, Celta Vigo , had a good chance through the action of Iago Aspas.

Receiving a breakthrough pass from Denis Suarez, Aspas managed to bring the ball into the penalty box and had to face one on one with David Alaba.