Real Madrid 2 - Osasuna Brazilian teens fire Real into first in La Liga

 Real Madrid 2 - Osasuna Brazilian teens fire Real into first in La Liga


 Real Madrid 2 - Osasuna Brazilian teens fire Real into first in La Liga
 Real Madrid 2 - Osasuna Brazilian teens fire Real into first in La Liga

Genuine Madrid's high school Brazilian pair Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo sent them top of La Liga as both scored in a 2-0 win over Osasuna on Wednesday. 

Vinicius finished an objective dry spell which had delayed since February with a redirected exertion in the primary half from the edge of the case. 

Zinedine Zidane began an intensely pivoted XI with Karim Benzema, Eden Peril and Thibaut Courtois all on the seat, and the hosts went close twice within 20 minutes with Luka Jovic terminating over the crossbar from short proximity and Toni Kroos simply missing a golazo from separation before long. 

Osasuna got their opportunities, yet Genuine Madrid were the first to score on 35 minutes when Vinicius Jr. grabbed a go from Kross, slice on his right side and discharged a relentless shot past Ruben to give his group a 1-0 lead at the break. 

Jovic ruined an obvious opportunity to twofold Madrid's lead soon after the break, some way or another blazing his shot over the bar for a second time after Lucas Vazquez had set him up with a one-on-one against Ruben. 

The Serbian hoped to have offered some kind of reparation just before the hour mark, opening home from another Vazquez help, however Jovic, still looking for his first objective since joining Los Blancos, was decreed to be marginally offside on the play after video audit and the objective was waved off. 

Rodrygo, the mid year appearance from Santos, at last allowed Genuine their second, settling a long ball over the highest point of the Osasuna barrier with a great first touch and hustling into the punishment region to space home a far post went for the 2-0 lead. 

Genuine Madrid moved to the highest point of the standings with 14 from six games, one point and one spot in front of Atletico Madrid, whom they face on Saturday in the derby at the Wanda Metropolitano

"We're truly satisfied with the outcome, the work we put in and for the success," said Genuine winger Vazquez. 

"I'm extremely upbeat for (Vinicius), he's an extraordinary chap, he buckles down and I'm excessively glad for him."

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