Posted on: Saturday, April 30, 2022 – 6:07 AM | Last update: Saturday, April 30, 2022 – 6:09 am
The Real Madrid team enters its match against Espanyol today, at home and among its fans, in search of celebrating the crowning of the Spanish League title, 5 rounds before the end of La Liga.
Al-Mirengy enters today’s match, scheduled for 4:15 pm, in search of only one point in order to win the title for the 35th time in its history.
A tie will suffice the royal, to return to the podium that he gave up last season to the second capital team, Atletico, and to move away from his record recorded in his name for the number of times he won the La Liga championship, raising it to 35 times, compared to 26 times for his traditional rival Barcelona.
In the event of a win or a tie, the royal team will have completed the local task four weeks before the end of the tournament, this year, while its loss will postpone its celebrations to a later stage, especially as it is 15 points away from the Catalan team, which is ranked second with 63 points, and will also be decisive. The distinguished moment of Benzema, the top scorer in both competitions, who scored 41 goals in 41 matches.
Eye on “Heroes”
And the Real Madrid fans will be on a date with the expected coronation today, and their eyes will be on next Tuesday night, as the Manchester City team is waiting at the Santiago Bernabeu and its dream is to beat the leaders of the English Premier League by two goals, to ensure qualification for the Champions League final.
Real Madrid made an acceptable offer against City in the first leg of the semi-final stage of the Champions League, despite losing 4-3 in England, scoring three goals away from home, which came to reduce the size of the losses that were possible by a greater percentage against “Guardiola’s battalion”.
Ancelotti said during his statements: “Everyone in Real Madrid is thinking of two things only, which is to beat Espanyol tomorrow to win the league title, and then beat Manchester City next Wednesday.
As usual this season, French star Karim Benzema emerged during the first leg and scored two out of three goals for his team, to top the standings in the Champions League with 13 goals, and is also at the top of the top scorer in La Liga with 25 goals.
And Real Madrid is the highest heel in the history of the Champions League, having previously won the competition 13 times, while the Italian Milan is the closest to it with 7 titles, compared to 6 each for Bayern Munich, Liverpool, and 5 for Barcelona.
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