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    Quote Originally Posted by Santino View Post
    akashavani telecast undo ?
    chilappo undakum..

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    stunning start for madrid....6-0.Hat-trick for ronaldo...

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    Quote Originally Posted by baazigar89 View Post
    stunning start for madrid....6-0.Hat-trick for ronaldo...
    ipo repeat telecast undu..kanukayairunu..pakshe current poi
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    Real madrid vs Dynamo zagreb tonight in UEFA champions league...

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    http://www.goal.com/en/match/65942/d...-madrid/report

    Angel Di Maria's second-half strike was enough to hand 10-man Real Madrid three points as they opened their Champions League campaign with a 1-0 victory over Dinamo Zagreb at the Maksimir Stadium.

    Di Maria's 53rd minute goal was enough for Jose Mourinho's side, who were made to sweat in the latter stages of the game when Marcelo received a second yellow card for simulation 17 minutes from time.

    The Spanish club nearly took the lead early on when Cristiano Ronaldo sprung the offside trap to latch onto the end of Xabi Alonso's chipped through ball. However, the Portuguese dragged his effort wide of goal from 15 yards.

    Mourinho's men then created another fine opportunity with the crossbar thwarting Karim Benzema. Di Maria did well to beat Luis Ibanez to the ball which broke to the French striker in the Dinamo box before sending his shot off the top of the woodwork.

    Dinamo were bright in the opening half hour yet the away team should have taken the lead. Benzema's darting run into the box saw the Frenchman slide the ball to Di Maria, who saw his close range effort blocked by the legs of Ivan Kelava, with the custodian then superbly tipping Mesut Ozil's follow-up effort over the bar.

    The home side created their first real opportunity of the game in the 34th minute when Jerko Leko slid the ball through to Ante Rukavina, who could only strike it straight at Iker Casillas.

    Madrid started the second half brightly and scored the opening goal of the game on 53 minutes. After some neat build-up play, Marcelo found Di Maria on the right side of the penalty area and he blasted the ball into the top corner, with the keeper helpless.

    Only a minute later Sergio Ramos slid Ronaldo in on goal, however, the Portugal international's low effort just inside the box was turned around the post by Kelava.

    In the 73rd minute Mourinho's men were dealt a blow when Marcelo received his second yellow card. The Brazilian made his way into the Dinamo box and threw himself to the ground in the hope of winning a penalty. However, the referee gave the 23-year-old his marching orders.

    Dinamo pressed forward in the final stages of the game but were unable to muster a decent effort on goal as Madrid picked up all three points.

    The Spanish giants return to Liga action on Sunday when they travel to Levante.

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    Real Madrid drop points again after stalemate with Racing Santander | Football | guardian.co.uk

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    Real Madrid dropped points for a second successive game when they were held to a 0-0 draw at Racing Santander in La Liga on Wednesday.
    José Mourinho's team, who are attempting to end Barcelona's three-year stranglehold on the Spanish title, won their opening two games of the season but suffered a shock 1-0 defeat at Levante on Sunday.
    They again looked short of ideas and creativity and barely threatened the home goal in a generally lacklustre display.
    It could have been even worse for Real as Racing, coached by Héctor Cúper, had a couple of chances to pull off an upset. The Real defender Alvaro Arbeloa had to be alert to prevent Ariel Nahuelpan getting a shot away in the first half and Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas pulled off a brilliant diving save just after half-time, when he palmed a low drive from Oscar Serrano away for a corner.
    Meanwhile, Atlético Madrid's new signing, Radamel Falcao, followed Sunday's hat-trick against Racing with a double in a 4-0 win at home over Sporting Gijón.
    The Spain midfielder Santi Cazorla netted the only goal in Malaga's 1-0 win against visiting Athletic Bilbao to put them top with three wins from four matches.
    Bilbao's latest failure will increase the pressure on their new coach, the Argentinian Marcelo Bielsa, who has yet to win a game with the Basque club this season.
    Levante built on Sunday's success against Real Madrid with a 2-1 win at Rayo Vallecano, who had Pedro Botelho sent off with 15 minutes left. Levante are level on eight points with fourth-placed Sevilla, who drew 0-0 with Osasuna on Tuesday.

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