Sat. Oct 1st, 2022

After Real Madrid’s 2-1 win over Atletico Madrid, Federico Valverde’s halftime goal was the deciding factor in the derby.

The visitors started after Aurelien Tchouameni sent the perfect pass over a wall of red and white shirts to find Rodrygo, who was rocketing into the roof of the net.

Vinicius Jr nearly doubled his advantage in a left-hand drive, but watched the ping close to the pole – but Valverde was there to jump on the rebound and send the defending La Liga champions a two-point lead into the second half.

Atletico failed to capitalize on a few early set pieces after the restart and Diego Simeone’s few substitutions in the second half failed to trigger a momentum change.

In the late corner, however, the ball bounced off Mario Hermoso and in the 83rd minute, the lucky break deprived Real Madrid of the win, but not the win, but it didn’t help matters after Hermoso was ejected from the game in stoppage time.

Vinicius had talked about recent racial abuses in preparation for the match, promised to continue the celebratory dances undeterred, and joined Rodrygo to show off his moves as promised after the opening.

Both sides dropped to 10 in the match Getafe beat Osasuna 2-0.

The home team dropped a man late in the first half after Chimy Avila’s 30-minute collision with the leading Juan Iglesias was ejected after VAR control.

Gaston Alvarez added second place to the Azulones in the 76th minute before they were also reduced to 10 when Luis Milla was shown red in extra time.

Elsewhere, Real Betis and Real Sociedad beat Girona and Espanyol 2-1 to gain three points at home, while Sevilla drew 1-1 with Villarreal.

In France, Lionel Messi surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo’s total of 671 goals without penalty, his goal in the fifth minute was necessary for Ligue 1 leaders PSG to make it four in a row with a win at Lyon.

Jean-Clair Todibo was kicked out in the first minute of the match, in which Nice lost 1-0 to Angers, and Nabil Bentaleb made the difference in a game where Sofiane Boufal also looked red in the second half.

Second place Marseille could only draw 1-1 with Rennes, while Matteo Guendouzi scored for both teams, the battle between Nantes and Lens ended goalless.

Bradley Locko was sent off in the 22nd minute of Reims’ fight against Monaco, the red card cost dearly, the visitors won 3-0.

Ajaccio beat Brest 1-0, while Troyes took three points in a 3-1 win over hosts Clermont.

Napoli remained at the top of the Serie A table, leaving behind a close 2-1 rivalry with Milan.

All three goals came in the second half of the tough fight when Matteo Politano took the penalty to put the guests ahead in the 55th minute.

Olivier Giroud responded for Milan after 14 minutes, and Giovanni Simeone nodded the game winner, giving the defending champions their first defeat of the season.

Atalanta kept up with their league leaders after Giorgio Scalvini’s first-half goal was enough to bestow a 1-0 win over Roma.

Atalanta had a close rivalry with Roma (Andrew Medichini/AP)


But the match was mostly marked by off-court drama, which saw Roma boss Jose Mourinho get ejected after arguing with the referee over a penalty he believed was a second-half penalty.

Udinese finished third with a 3-1 win over Inter, which started with a five-minute Nicolo Barella goal, but Milan Skriniar’s own goal canceled the match before Jaka Bijol and Tolgay Arslan postponed the match.

Christian Gytkjaer led Monza to a 1-0 win over Juventus, which fell to 10 after Angel Di Maria was sent off late in the first half.

Lazio took a dominant 4-0 win in Cremonese while Fiorentina beat Verona 2-0.

Jordan Siebatcheu and Sheraldo Becker defeated Union Berlin, one of the surprise leaders of the Bundesliga, 2-1 over Wolfsburg.

Cologne split the points in a 1-1 draw at VfL Bochum and Hoffenheim drew a goalless draw with Freiburg.

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