Real Madrid`s star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo missed a penalty as Real Madrid’s hopes of catching La Liga leaders Barcelona were all but ended with a 1-1 draw at Malaga on Sunday. Falling of Rolando`s penalty, Real`s aim once again out of hand.
Real Madrid stay in the position of 19 points behind Barca with 13 diversions to follow Raul Albentosa cancelled out Ronaldo’s opener 24 minutes from time.
A point moves Real level with Atletico Madrid in second in front of the Madrid derby one weekend from now, however Atletico can move to inside of six purposes of Barca with triumph over Villarreal later on Sunday. “It is clearly going to be troublesome in light of the fact that we have dropped two focuses, however we won’t surrender,” said Zidane.
“There are 39 guides still toward play for. You think the group is lost, yet the players and myself don’t trust that.” Madrid were without the harmed Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale, whilst James Rodriguez was just left on the seat by Zidane. Jese Rodriguez was given a begin in the wake of scoring Real’s second in a 2-0 win at Roma in the Champions League in midweek and ought to have opened the scoring when he shot directly at Kameni when clean through on 17 minutes.
Be that as it may, the guests were blessed not to be behind minutes after the fact when Juanpi scraped his shot with just Keylor Navas to beat and the Costa Rica universal made an agreeable recovery.
There was doubtlessly about the punishment grant two minutes after the fact when Ronaldo was brought around Weligton. Yet, the regularly deadly Portuguese from the spot was denied by a fine low spare by Kameni. Navas then made a mind blowing stop soon after the restart when Nacho turned Juanpi’s cross towards his own objective.
Malaga could even have grabbed each of the three focuses as Navas was again constrained enthusiastically by a circling Charles header.
Be that as it may, for the second time this season Malaga did what’s necessary to take a point from Real and in all likelihood extend their keep running without a group title to four years.