Carlo Ancelotti is thrown into the air by players after winning the Copa Del Rey
MSN - Real Madrid celebrations at Cibeles | 17-04-14
Iker Casillas lifts the Copa del Rey trophy | 16-04-14
A crown for the king who could not be stopped
He was shoved out. He could have dived. He could have taken the foul and slowed the game down. Instead, he stayed on his feet, knowing more than anyone that nothing could stop him. Gareth Bale stepped up, and now there are no doubts. Madrid will remember this one legendary run for years to come. [Art by Kendall Henderson. Words by Eric]
Real Madrid 4-0 Almería (April 12, 2014) | La Liga, MD 33
- Di María - 28’ (Nacho assist)
- Bale - 53’ (Benzema assist)
- Isco 56’ (Benzema assist)
- Morata - 85’ (Illarra assist)
- Injury update: Despite Ramos’ neck/shoulder problem, Ancelotti believes he will be OK for the Copa final. However, Marcelo is likely ruled out.
- With 93 goals, Real Madrid is the top scoring club in Europe’s top leagues.
- López picks up his 15th league game without a conceded goal.
Next training: Sunday, 11 AM CEST
Next match: Copa del Rey vs Barcelona - Wednesday, 9:30 PM CEST | 3:30 PM EDT
Champions League Semi Finals
Real Madrid C.F - Fc Bayern München
Atletico Madrid - Chlesea FC
Rafael “Rafa” Guerrero is a famous former national and international assistant referee. He works now as a consultant on tv. He currently works for “Jugones” and rewatches, analyses and “corrects” all the referee’s mistakes and other polemical actions. This is how the classification table would look like, according to “Rafa”, if fairness meant anything.
Real Madrid 4 vs 0 Real Sociedad
- A. Illarramendi 45
- G. Bale 66
- Pepe 85
- Á. Morata 88
Real Madrid 3-0 B. Dortmund
Bale 4’; Isco 26’; Ronaldo 56’;
Real Madrid 5-0 Rayo Vallecano [La Liga] 29/03/2014
Gareth Bale 70’
Alvaro Morata’s goal vs. Rayo Vallecano