Series of Drama in the Match Celta Vigo Vs Real Madrid in the Spanish League: 3 Penalties and One Goal Disallowed


Thanks to this result, Real Madrid is still firmly at the top of the La Liga standings with 69 points from 30 matches. Meanwhile, Celta Vigo are in 11th place with 36 points.

Real Madrid won when they met Celta Vigo in the match week 30 of La Liga, Saturday (2/4/2022) night WIB. There was a lot of drama in the duel.

Playing at the headquarters of Celta Vigo, Estadio Municipal de Balaidos, Real Madrid was overwhelmed. Based on data recorded by ESPN, Madrid had 45 percent possession of the ball, compared to 55 percent for the home team.

Even so, Los Blancos appear more effective. Real Madrid had 12 shots, six of which were on goal. On the other hand, Celta Vigo had four good chances out of 10.

Madrid finally locked the victory with a score of 2-1. Karim Benzema scored a pair of El Real goals in the 19th and 69th minutes. Meanwhile, Celta Vigo’s only goal was scored by Nolito in the 52nd minute.

Thanks to these results, Real Madrid is firmly at the top of the La Liga standings with a value of 69. They are 12 points ahead of Sevilla and Atletico Madrid in second and third place.

A number of dramas occurred after Real Madrid ‘s victory over Celta Vigo. What are those? Here is the full review.

Real Madrid Get 3 Penalties – Los Blancos’ two winning goals in this match came through Karim Benzema’s penalty.

A pair of Madrid goals in this duel were created from the white dot. Real Madrid ‘s first penalty came in the 18th minute when Eder Militao was pulled off from behind by Nolito in the box.

Karim Benzema, who stepped forward as an executor, carried out his duties well. The ball from Benzema’s horizontal kick into the bottom right corner was able to trick the goalkeeper.

In the 64th minute, Los Blancos were awarded a penalty again, this time it was Rodrygo Goes’ turn who was tackled by Jeison Murillo. However, the ball from Karim Benzema’s penalty kick to the left side can be saved by the goalkeeper.

Four minutes later, Madrid was awarded a third penalty by referee Gonzalez Fuertes. Real Madrid got the 12 kick prize following a foul by Kevin Vazquez on Ferland Mendy.

Benzema who again took the penalty kick did not waste the opportunity to score. The French national team striker’s penalty kick into the bottom left corner managed to outwit the goalkeeper.

Celta Vigo goal disallowed After Karim Benzema’s goal in the 18th minute, Celta Vigo managed to equalize the score through the action of Iago Aspas in the 39th minute. Starting from the ball from Thiago Galhardo’s header that hit the bar, the round skin was immediately struck by Iago Aspas with a shot.

The ball slid smoothly into the Real Madrid goal. Initially the referee had approved the goal. But later, the goal was annulled by VAR because it judged Aspas was in an off-side position when he received the wild ball.