Real Madrid cruises past Valencia with a 5-0 win and continues to chase Girona for the top spot.

Real Madrid achieved a comfortable 5-1 victory over Valencia in the Spanish League on Saturday evening, in the thirteenth round of the competition.

Dani Carvajal scored the first goal for Real Madrid in the third minute with a powerful shot from outside the penalty area.

In the 42nd minute, Vinicius Junior scored the second goal for Real Madrid, heading the ball into the net from a cross.

Vinicius then scored his second and Real Madrid’s third goal in the 49th minute with another powerful shot from outside the penalty area that the goalkeeper couldn’t save.

The fourth goal for Real Madrid came in the 50th minute by Brazilian player Rodrigo, taking advantage of a goalkeeper error to score easily into the net, and then he scored the fifth goal in the 84th minute.

Valencia’s only goal in the match came from Hugo Duro in the 88th minute.

Real Madrid’s lineup was as follows: “Andrei Lunin, Dani Carvajal, Nacho, Vinicius Junior, Toni Kroos, Rodrigo, Camavinga, Valverde, Brahim, and Ferland Mendy.”

On the other hand, Valencia played with the following lineup: “Mamardashvili, Thierry Correia, Paulista, Gaya, Javi Gracia, Pibelo, Fran Perez, Canos, Diego Lopez, and Hugo Duro.”

With this result, Real Madrid raised their tally to 32 points in second place, two points behind leaders Girona, while Valencia remained at 18 points in eighth place.

Real Madrid secured a comprehensive 5-1 victory over Valencia in today’s Spanish League match. The team’s win came in the thirteenth round of the league. Toni Kroos, Vinicius Junior, Camavinga, Valverde, and Brahim were the goal scorers for Real Madrid. The first goal was scored by Dani Carvajal with a powerful long-range shot. In the 42nd minute, Vinicius Junior scored the breakthrough, and then added another goal shortly after. Rodrigo and Vinicius Junior also found the back of the net, securing Real Madrid’s fifth goal. Valencia’s only goal was scored by Hugo Duro. Real Madrid now has 32 points in the standings, while Valencia remains at 18 points.

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