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Easy for Real Madrid, as Betis and Sevilla also win in Spain

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MADRID, April 9 (Xinhua) – Real Madrid on Saturday continued their march to the La Liga champions, winning 2-0 at home to Getafe.

Real Madrid coach Carlos Ancelotti gave a break to Luka Modric and Tony Kroas during the game, but his side never experienced much trouble after Casimir’s head scored a canopy for Vinicius Jr. in the 38th minute.

Lucas Vazquez scored a second in the 66th minute after a good work by Rodrigo on the right flank.

Gareth Bale replaced Karim Benzema about 15 minutes before the game, making his first appearance for Real Madrid in almost two years – and fans at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium booed him on the field.

Two late goals hold Betis fifth and leave Cadiz in trouble as Betis won 2-1 with a goal by Christian Tello in the 77th minute and a penalty by Borja Iglesias in the 84th minute, which annulled Ivan Aleh’s first shot for Cadiz.

This result had repercussions at the top and bottom of the table when Javier Aguirre won his first victory as coach of Mallorca thanks to a penalty by Vedato Murica against Madrid’s Atletico Madrid in the 69th minute.

“Athletics” was at a reverse pace, perhaps more focused on the Champions League return match next week at home to “Manchester City” and after the defeat they are just one point above “Betis” in the table.

Seventh place “Villarreal” and eighth place “Athletic” drew 1-1 at the “Estadio de la Ceramica” in Villarreal in a game in which both sides had their chances.

Raúl García brought Athletic ahead shortly before the break, and Alfonso Pedraza tied the score in the home side, who made 11 changes before heading to the match against Bayern Munich next Tuesday.

On Friday night, “Sevilla” assured that it will remain in the top four at the end of the weekend, when it achieved a difficult victory with a score of 4-2 at home over “Granada”, which was harder than the final score suggests.

Darwin Machis put Granada ahead in the 22nd minute, but a powerful header by Diego Carlos equalized in Sevilla in 10 minutes.

Lucas Acampas put Sevilla ahead in an hour, but it looked as if Victor Diaz’s shot in the 87th minute saved Granadze’s point. However, there were nine minutes of injured time, and that was enough for Raf Mir to score on the far post, and Papa Gomez ended the neat break with the final blow of the game.

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