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Real Madrid XI breaks 4435-match record which hastoofor club

ผู้เขียน: แหล่งที่มา:ต้นฉบับ 2023-01-11

Real Madrid did not name a Spanish footballer in their starting XI for Saturdays La Liga clash against Villarreal - the first time they did not in the clubs history

Real Madrid named a starting line-up without a Spanish footballer for the first time in the clubs history in SaturdaysLa Ligadefeat atVillarreal.

Yeremy Pino gave the hosts the lead after half-time but a controversial handball call against Juan Foyth allowedKarim Benzemato level from the penalty spot for the visitors. Foyth subsequently won a penalty of his own afterDavid Alabahandled in the area, allowing Villarreal striker Gerard Moreno to net the winner.

It was an entertaining contest which featured 30 shots on target in total and no shortage of contentious points, including each side winning a spot kick. It was Madrids second league defeat of the season, as they missed the chance to move top of La Liga.

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Carlo Ancelottis side remain second in the standings behindBarcelonaon goal difference, with the Catalan giants travelling to Atletico Madrid in Sundays action. However, unless Barca beat Madrid by two goals or more in the Camp Nou later in the campaign, the Spanish capital club would finish above their El Clasico rivals based on their head-to-head record.

The Spanish and European champions were deservedly beaten by a resurgent Villarreal outfit at the Ceramica stadium, as Quique Setiens side moved up to fifth in La Liga with their fifth successive victory across all competitions.

Yet the game was even more notable fromReal Madrids perspective as they did not select a Spaniard in their starting line-up for the first time in the clubs history. In each of the clubs previous 4,435 matches, they had included at least one Spanish player in their starting XI.

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A sextet of Spaniards were on the bench for Ancelottis side Lucas Vazquez, Marco Asensio, Dani Ceballos, Nacho Fernandez, Jesus Vallejo and Luis Lopez but none were included in the side that started the game against Villarreal.

Real Madrids line-up was made up of three Frenchmen (Aurelien Tchouameni, Ferland Mendy and Karim Benzema), two Brazilians (Vinicius Junior and Eder Militao), alongside two Germans (Antonio Rudiger and Toni Kroos), a Croatian (Luka Modric), a Belgian (Thibaut Courtois), an Austrian (David Alaba) and a Uruguayan (Federico Valverde).

The club finished aChampions Leagueclash against FC Sheriff Tiraspol last season without a Spaniard - Courtois, Rodrygo Goes , Militao, Alaba, Kroos, Modric, Valverde, Eduardo Camavinga, Luka Jovic, Vinicius and Benzema were the players to finish the game - but Lucas Vazquez started the encounter.

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