Real Madrid ain The Final 32 Of CDR With Late Rodrygo Goal

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Real Madrid was struggling in CDR competitions yet again. This time it was against Cacereno.

With Rodrygo’s goal late in the game Real Madrid won the competition to enter the last thirty-two of the competition. Real Madrid side edged over the 4th div Cacereno as Rodrygo the Royal Whites man from Brazil delivered.

Carlo Ancelotti, the Real Madrid gaffer brought in quite a few changes in the first eleven that won 2-0 in their comeback game after the World Cup against the Valladolid side in the League. The coach decided to rest two of Madrid’s star men up front, Vini Jr. and Karim Benzema, and decided to give Eden Hazard a chance to carve his way back in the first eleven.

The match was deadlocked in the first half and both the teams failed to register a good build-up or attack despite the crowded stadium showing their support to their favorite teams.

Real Madrid Own With A One goal Margin Against A Fourth Division Cacereno:

The deadlock was finally broken when at sixty-nine minutes in the game, Rodrygo lured the opponent defenders into the box after placing his shot beautifully in the top right corner of the opponent goal.

The young gun who came from Santos to Los Blancos a couple of seasons back celebrated his goal honoring the late Brazilian footballing legend, Pele whose recent death has saddened the football World.

Cacereno despite being a mere fourth division side facing the mighty Real Madrid tried their best to equalize the scoreline. However, despite their late attempts to survive in the competition, Real Madrid went full-on defensive and simply ran down the clock to secure their victory and progress to the next round of the competition.