Cristiano Ronaldo and others spared Zidane from being sacked after 3-0 victory over Las Palmas

Cristiano Ronaldo drove other Real Madrid players on Sunday to avert the sack of coach Zinedine Zidane.

Real Madrid came back to winning routes after consecutive annihilations, however the Portuguese, however couldn’t discover back of the net, made an imperative help prompting Isco’s goal.

Prior to the Sunday’s 3-0 win against Las Palmas, the champion league tittle holders had progressive lost against Girona and Tottenham in the course of recent days.

Yet, reports in Spanish media at the end of the week recommended that Madrid President, Florentino Pérez had become burnt out on the circumstance and was eager to give the consecutive Champions A chance to alliance victor go.

Be that as it may, the players responded emphatically as they properly dispatched Las Palmas at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Casemiro gave Los Blancos the lead toward the end the primary a large portion of, the Brazilian flying up to score his group’s initially headed goal net of the season.

A deafening strike from Marco Asensio made it 2-0 after the interim and Ronaldo at that point contributed a stunning help for Isco as he nestled into delightful ball for his partner to flame home the third on the break, yet he couldn’t break into a grin as his colleagues celebrate the victory

A clearance fell to the Spain international, who unleashed a first-time left-footed strike into the top corner to double his side’s lead.
“I scored another good goal. I was able to hit the ball well, it went in and was a great goal,” Asensio said.

“We knew that Las Palmas were a good team who looked after the ball well. In the second half they dropped off a bit and we improved some things after the break.

“We were able to get into goalscoring positions more easily and scored two more goals that have given us the victory.”.

Asensio felt his team deserved their comfortable win, which came after losses to Girona and Tottenham.

“We put in a good all-round performance and the result was more than fair,” the 21-year-old said.

“We knew that they would come here and set themselves up to defend.

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