Sevilla vs. Real Madrid score Los Blancos mount stunning

Monday, April 18, 2022
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Sevilla Vs Real Madrid - Benzema Scores Stunning Goal

It was a thrilling match for the home side‚ as they scored a stunning goal from Benzema. After the Spanish side had led 1-0‚ it looked like they would be safe after Rodrygo's goal in the 62nd minute. Then‚ Nacho Fernandez scored a rare goal in the 83rd minute from an unorthodox position‚ and in the 89th minute Benzema added a dramatic goal to cap the scoring. But Sevilla had already thought they'd had enough points and were relieved when Benzema scored a late‚ dramatic winner.

Sevilla vs Real Madrid

A thrilling Sevilla vs Real Madrid match was over half an hour ago‚ and in this match‚ the visitors have the better defensive unit in La Liga. The Spanish side conceded only 22 goals in their last 31 games‚ but the Los Blancos' defensive unit has never looked as good as it does at the moment. Sevilla have one man advantage with 59.5 percent possession‚ but the home team won the match with a remarkable xG of 1.60. In the first half‚ Sevilla took the lead when Rakitic blasted home a free-kick that flew through the feeble Madrid defence. The visitors then doubled their lead when Lamela tapped in a cross from Jesus Corona‚ who had gone in behind Eder Militao. The visitors' lead grew after the break‚ when Sevilla's Ivan Rakitic and Erik Lamela squared. Five minutes after the break‚ Real Madrid equalised through Rodrygo‚ while Nacho scored the winner from the penalty spot. After a frantic start‚ the first half was marked by controversy. Sevilla defended well in midfield‚ but their top-level defenders were largely outmatched. The first-half's cynical foul on Ivan Rakitic‚ a vital goal for Madrid‚ was ruled out. However‚ the game remained tight until the last minute‚ with the title being clinched with a 2-1 victory.

Dani Carvajal

In an epic Super Cup final‚ Dani Carvajal scored a stunning solo goal in the 119th minute to earn Real Madrid a 3-2 win over Sevilla. After weaving his way through the Sevilla defence‚ the Uruguayan lifted the ball over Sergio Rico and into the top corner. The late goal was the difference between the game's first and third legs. After an injury prevented Dani Carvajal from representing Spain in UEFA EURO 2016‚ he made up for it with a stunning goal against Sevilla. The Argentine weaved his way through the Sevilla defence and calmly finished past Sergio Rico. Although the Sevilla fans were overwhelmingly in support of Real Madrid‚ Dani Carvajal's stunning goal will have pleased many of his fellow countrymen. In the second half‚ Real Madrid were on the offensive. Sevilla squandered possession in the Real half and conceded a goal. The visitors had been on the verge of conceding a goal after a poor pass by Asensio. Fortunately‚ the game was not over and Real Madrid took their chances. After a poor start by Sevilla‚ Real Madrid started to get into the game and Asensio hit a beautiful long range shot. The goalkeeper recovered to tip the ball over but was unable to stop it. Despite the fact that Real Madrid were in the lead for most of the second half‚ Sevilla were still fighting to keep the score as level. The hosts were on the offensive throughout the game and were looking to take control. However‚ the hosts were able to regain control after a late Tecatito header. After that‚ Sevilla scored the equalizer through Vinicius Junior after a controversial decision by the VAR.


Benzema's 25th LaLiga goal is a deserved winner as Madrid fall to a second successive defeat. After Rodrygo's incisive strike‚ Sevilla's midfield was dominated by Ivan Rakitic‚ whose cynical foul on Anthony Martial gave Real Madrid a lucky break and set up Benzema's game-winner. Then‚ following an unfortunate injury to Martial‚ Rafa Mir came on to lead the line‚ making little impact on Militao and heading a clear-cut opportunity over the bar. After a goalless first half‚ Real Madrid's Karim Benzema scored an amazing last-gasp winner to earn Real a 3-2 win over Sevilla. With the win‚ the Spanish giants edged closer to the title‚ with the win extending their lead over Barcelona‚ Sevilla‚ and Atletico Madrid to 15 points. Benzema's goal gave Real a vital boost and moved them closer to the top of the table. On Sunday‚ Real Madrid came from behind to defeat Sevilla 3-2‚ with Karim Benzema scoring the game-winner in the 92nd minute. Rodrygo sprinted into the box and played the ball back to the open Karim Benzema‚ who took two touches before firing into the goal. It was a stunning comeback‚ completing a remarkable performance by the Real Madrid players. The win is a huge boost for the team and for Benzema‚ who is now nine goals ahead of Sergio Ramos's record in all competitions.

Benzema's goal

Real Madrid came from behind to beat Sevilla 3-2 on Sunday. Sevilla had stunned the home side with two goals in the first half‚ but Real Madrid pulled a goal back through Rodrygo and Nacho before the break. In the dying stages‚ Karim Benzema slid a stunning shot past Bono to secure the win for Real Madrid. Real Madrid are now 15 points ahead of Sevilla with six games left to win La Liga. Despite the loss‚ the Brazilian forward continued to impress. His early goal against Sevilla made him look like a hero. He played a superb first half‚ creating an opportunity for Madrid to make a late comeback. He slipped into the pockets and allowed teammates to make darting runs forward. A couple of minutes after the restart‚ he made the crucial pass to Benzema‚ who finished the move with his head. Benzema is now on course to match Raul's record in the Champions League‚ as his goal against Sevilla on Sunday pushed Real Madrid closer to the title. Real Madrid now lead the table with 51 points‚ with Sevilla trailing just one point behind. It was a thrilling match‚ and Benzema's goal was a major highlight.

Dani Carvajal's performance

The Spanish defender impressed against Chelsea‚ but he was in a completely different position against Sevilla. Carvajal started in a left-back role and struggled to adapt‚ but he ended up being a menace on both wings. His goal in the 119th minute tied the game‚ and he made three interceptions‚ won four duels‚ completed seven passes‚ and made one tackle. The Spain international missed UEFA EURO 2016 due to injury‚ but his performance at Sevilla was nothing short of outstanding. His incisive cutback was the perfect way to release Nacho and see him sweep home the equalizer. Meanwhile‚ Carvajal's dazzling performance helped Real Madrid secure the win. Despite missing the game with a knee injury‚ the Spaniard's calm finish past Sergio Rico was enough to ensure that Madrid came away with all three points. Daniel Carvajal's defensive ability is second to none. His physical strength has enabled him to press the ball carrier on one side and approach his opponent from the left. As a result‚ his defensive ratio has improved significantly and he has made an average of 0.9 interceptions per match. Despite these positives‚ Carvajal still needs to improve on a number of areas to ensure he continues to be a key player for Real Madrid.

Benzema's 318th goal for Sevilla

Karim Benzema's third hundred and eighty-eighth goal for Sevilla puts him on track to surpass Raul's record. The Frenchman's hat-trick against Chelsea in the Champions League last month‚ as well as two goals in extra time against Sevilla‚ made it a memorable night. Real Madrid remain top of the Spanish La Liga table‚ and a win would have taken them to the title. FC Barcelona is a further two points behind Real Madrid‚ with two games to play. After a long spell as a reserve player for Olympique Lyonnais‚ Karim Benzema joined Sevilla in 2010. Since then‚ he has scored 318 goals in three years for Sevilla. And he has continued to score goals for Real Madrid‚ having scored 39 goals in the league so far this season and 24 goals in 27 LaLiga games. With the latest goal‚ Benzema has managed to help his team win 23 of 39 games. Benzema's third-half goal against Sevilla was his 318th goal for the club. His three-year stint at the club was interrupted by an injury to Mateo Kovacic in the FA Cup semifinal against Manchester City. Benzema continued to play in the team for the remainder of the season and was named in the 23-man squad for the UEFA Euro 2008 tournament.