Levante 1- Real Madrid 2: Whites win the war
On a rainy night like few others, Real Madrid broke the bad luck of the Ciutat de Valencia, the one that led him in the last two years not to beat Levante at home. As was presumably it was not easy. Field, totally flooded made things difficult, and the tough and fierce rival where they exist either. Marco first Real Madrid thanks to a goal from Cristiano Ronaldo who shot Munúa in the minute 21 of the first act.
The Portuguese was one of the great protagonists to the point of having to be substituted in the middle part with a swollen eye to the fullest extent thanks to a voluntary blow or not. (see as) by David Navarro. A rough game that got even uglier when Ángel drew in the 62. The small granota striker won the game against Pepe and beat Iker Casillas.
From there, war came. Madrid threw character and tenacity and Levante ex officio and cunning. And if that was not enough, showed up Muñiz Fernandez, the one that was missing. His air of greatness made an appearance when he signaled a penalty from Navarro to Callejón as a penalty. It was useless to those of Mourinho, because Xabi Alonso would miss the penalty by shooting it centered.
Of course, the referee had not yet said his last word. That was said when in the minute 84 the youth squad Morata finished off a foul by Xabi Alonso committing a clear foul against Muñiz's passivity. A goal that was worth a victory and a great anger from the Ciutat de Valencia to the referee who already at the end of the game ate a punch from Ballesteros to Alonso. A nice, crazy, but blessed madness.