Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Did you see Cristiano Ronaldo miss an absolute sitter against Celta Vigo?


Real Madrid didn't feel the pressure and they thrashed (1-4) Celta Vigo in the postponed game of La Liga.

"We won another crucial game and now we have to make the final push". We know Malaga will be strong in their home. His 367th goal came in 460 games, while Greaves - who is now 77 years old and hasn't played professionally since the late 1970's - wrapped up a career with 366 goals in 528 appearances.

The Frenchman also revealed that midfielder James Rodriguez did not train with the squad, after picking up a knock in their victory against Sevilla last week.so it is unlikely we that we may see the Colombian feature in Real Madrid's starting XI tonight.

Two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo either side of half-time put Real in control and Karim Benzema and Toni Kroos both scored late goals finished off Celta, who have now lost their last six league matches.

Real Madrid moved to the top of Spain's Liga Santander on Wednesday night following a 4-1 win away to Celta Vigo.

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In the first minute of the second half, Guidetti had the chance to draw the game but he missed it. "It isn't normal for me to miss, but I'm human and I can do it". He said: "We have to take it one day at a time. he is trained using the indoor facilities, but every day he gets better".

With Real's last opponent in La Liga, Malaga, suggesting they will be resting their regulars in the last game of the season, the game against Celta represents the last test that Zidane and his men will face on the domestic front.

Eighteen-goal Iago Aspas grew into the match and had two openings in the space of a minute, first picking out the side-netting when he should have been testing Keylor Navas, before firing a yard wide from the edge of the box.

Isco added: "We have come through another final and now we just have one final push at La Rosaleda, which will be just as tough as this game".

"Going back to my hometown is always special for me, and on this occasion we could win the league there, which has never happened before".

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