Real Madrid ready for 'special' Clasico - Zidane

It was the striker who earned the penalty as he looked to score his first ever goal against the Galaticos, but that run continued as Navas produced an excellent stop to maintain Madrid's lead. "He has worked well and hard to play for Real Madrid and be a regular starter".

The Welshman became the new record British and Irish goalscorer in La Liga holder on Sunday as he scored the third in his side's 4-0 win over Sevilla.

There have been shown nine red cards in the last nine La Liga games at Bernabeu between Real Madrid and Sevilla (four for Real Madrid and five for Sevilla).

Sevilla had the chance to level from the penalty spot, but Keylor Navas flew to his right to deny Kevin Gameiro midway through the first-half.

The new contract would reportedly signify Bale being appointed as Real's No. 1 star ahead of current poster child Ronaldo, who could still be sold by the club in order to raise funds for reinforcements, per Law.

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane says that his team proved that they are ready for the Clasico with a comprehensive 4-0 win over Sevilla. If he can hold down the base of the rojiblancos' midfield well, it will make life significantly easier for the rest of his team as they try to find ways to break Madrid down. If Varane hits the low side of one of his swings in form in this match, it's going to cause a huge problem for Madrid.

Karim Benzema had given Madrid the lead after just six minutes and Ronaldo finally doubled the hosts' advantage midway through the second half, while Gareth Bale and substitute Jese completed the rout. Not only because 250 goals is, relative to the average or good player, is an extremely great achievement.

"Before the game I said we had had one of our best week's training and this performance is the fruit of that work".

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