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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1117d ago | highlight

Highlights: Valencia 1 – 1 Real Madrid ( LA Liga -- 23/01/13 )

Goal -

0-1 Benzema (44')

1-1 Costa (52') (Real Madrid, Spanish Primera Division, Valencia)

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-Mezzo-  +   1117d ago
1-1 after 5-0. did not anticipated that at all.
RGB  +   1117d ago
Valencia would of put more effort in this competition as the league is effectively done for both Real and Valencia with only Atlético Madrid having a decent chance.

Madrid was down to 10 men thanks to Fabio, plus Casillas suffered a hand injury.
RGB  +   1117d ago
Correction, Madrid was down to 9 men with di Maria seeing a straight red! Missed that due to the Chelsea drama! haha
asmith2306  +   1116d ago
What is the deal with Real this year? Some games they look unstoppable and others they look like Chelsea...
Diffraction_Fos  +   1116d ago
I think the thing is that they expect Mourinho to work miracles all the time instead of looking at themselves and identifying the problems. They're the defending champions and should have a work ethic & professionalism worthy of such a title.
ElliottHolland  +   1116d ago
There is also some turmoil in the inner workings of the club. I love RM and it's my team but they need to seriously get their sh*t together. Any other coach would have been sacked by now, yet Mourinho remains.

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