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FULL-TIME! Ten-man Real Madrid battle back from two goals down to draw 3-3 with Las Palmas at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, courtesy of a late double-salvo from Cristiano Ronaldo. Bale’s red card made things tough in the second half, but somehow Zidane have managed to claw back a point from the jaws of defeat. That makes things more interesting in the title race, but it could have been so much worse for the hosts. That’s all that we have time for, we hope to see you again next time.

  • 90’+2′
    Yellow Card Alen Halilović
    Halilovic is booked for wasting time over his corner delivery.
  • 90′
    Real Madrid are in the ascendancy here! What a second half this has been. There are three minutes of stoppage time.
  • 89′
    Assist James David Rodríguez Rubio
    Assist James David Rodríguez Rubio
  • 89′
    Goal Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro
    GOOOOOOOOAL! RONALDO MAKES IT 3-3! A corner is flighted in from the right-hand side, and the Portuguese striker thumps a near-post header beyond a helpless Javi Varas. Unbelievable.
  • 88′
    The away side are still trying to hold onto the ball and defend from the front, but there are a few nerves setting in now for the visitors. The Los Blancos faithful are urging their players towards an equaliser, with Ronaldo and Benzema now camped in the Las Palmas box.
The away side are still trying to hold onto the ball and defend from the front, but there are a few nerves setting in now for the visitors. The Los Blancos faithful are urging their players towards an equaliser, with Ronaldo and Benzema now camped in the Las Palmas box.
  • 86′
    Penalty Goal Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro
    GOOOOOOOOAL! RONALDO MAKES IT 3-2! The Portugal international keeps his cool, before slotting a composed finish inside the right-hand post. Real Madrid have a chance to get back on level terms.o
  • 86′
    PENALTY TO REAL MADRID! The hosts have a chance to score from the spot, and it is the linesman who has given it for a Castellano handball.
  • 85′
    Javi Varas is forced to make a great save to deny Benzema from close range, but this just doesn’t appear to be Los Blancos’ day. James is picked out at the back post for the hosts, but the substitute sees a shot blocked. Las Palmas head down the other end, with Jese shooting at Navas again.
  • 84′
    Benzema and Ronaldo see back-to-back blocks from Aythami concede a corner for the away side, with Kroos then bending in a delivery. Ronaldo rises well in the penalty area and angles a header goalwards, but it bounces once before skipping wide of the far post.
Real Madrid open play out to the right-hand side, with the substitute able to dig out a cross from the byline. Lemos half-clears with a header, and the rebound falls to James. The Colombia international shoots from outside the box, but dips his attempt a fair way wide of the right-hand upright.
  • 81′
    Yellow Card Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro
    Ronaldo gets a booking from the referee, as the official believes that the Portuguese striker was trying to con him into giving a penalty.
  • 81′
    Good stop from Navas! The ex-Levante goalkeeper gets down well to deny a one-on-one opportunity from Jese, which ensures that the scoreline doesn’t get embarrassing for Los Blancos. We’re into the last 10 minutes in Madrid, and Zidane isn’t looking happy whatsoever.
Las Palmas are dominating the ball and manipulating the pitch in these late stages, with Real Madrid unable to get possession back in what is essentially looking like a training drill. The visitors put together a lovely, flowing move, and they are prepared to take as much time as they can. Setien’s men are the picture of tranquility.
Javi Varas makes a good save at the near post, after Lucas Vazquez did well to cut inside from the left-hand side and test the goalkeeper. The away side have a fair amount of players behind the ball now, with Alen Halilovic tucking in on the right-hand side of what seems to be a midfield five.
  • 75′
    Substitution Jonathan Viera Ramos Alen Halilović
  • 74′
    Javi Varas is given a warning for time wasting, after a taking a while over a goal-kick, with Las Palmas’ approach certainly clear. Lucas Vazquez drives down the right, after being released by James, but a cut-back from the Spaniard is hammered over the crossbar by Benzema. Awful effort.
David Simon is given the chance to race down the right-hand side on the overlap and whip a cross in. Mateo Garcia comes steaming in to try and meet the low delivery, but it is too quick for him.
Substitution Álvaro Borja Morata Martín James David Rodríguez Rubio
  • 71′
    SubstitutionMateo KovačićKarim Benzema
    Substitution Mateo Kovačić Karim Benzema
  • 70′
    Yellow Card Álvaro Borja Morata Martín
    Morata gets a yellow card for diving into a very late tackle. That is just down to frustration.
  • 70′
    OFFSIDE! Ronaldo has a goal ruled out, due to the linesman having his flag raised. Kovacic clips a lofted pass into Morata, who plays a quick one-two with Ronaldo. The Spaniard bursts into the penalty area and finishes, but it won’t count once again.
  • 69′
    SubstitutionKevin-Prince BoatengMateo Ezequiel García
    Boateng is taken off, due to his earlier booking, with Mateo Garcia introduced. Jese has moved to the point of the attack. Setien isn’t taking any risks with his players that are walking a disciplinary tightrope.
Real Madrid earn themselves a free-kick on the left-hand side, but Kroos’ delivery is nodded behind by Aythami. The referee, however, points for a goal-kick. Las Palmas break through Jese, who tees up Viera, but nothing comes of the move for the visitors. The home fans are trying to get behind their team, but two goals in the next 20 minutes look unlikely.
Substitution Francisco Román Alarcón Suárez Lucas Vázquez Iglesias
Less than half an hour remains for Las Palmas to see out, and it is looking very good for Setien’s men. They are in control and have Real Madrid at their mercy, with Zidane’s 10 players needing to take big risks and leave huge spaces in behind in an attempt to get back into the contest.
OFF THE BAR! A delivery is flashed in from the flank, and a header is directed onto Las Palmas’ bar! Roque Mesa races down the left on the break and finds Jese on the right-hand side, with the ex-Los Blancos striker checking onto his left foot and forcing a wonderful save out of Navas.
  • 59′

    Goal Kevin-Prince Boateng

    GOOOOOOOOOAL! BOATENG MAKES IT 3-1! The ex-Schalke midfielder is fed through on goal, and Navas races out to meet it. The Real Madrid goalkeeper misses an attempted clearance awfully, and affords the Las Palmas striker with the chance to stab a finish into an unguarded net.

  • 59′
    Assist Jonathan Viera Ramos
    Assist Jonathan Viera Ramos
  • 59′
    Jese denied by Navas! The ex-Real Madrid attacker cuts in from the left-hand side, but his powerful effort is beaten away by the Costa Rica goalkeeper. The hosts respond with an attack down the left, but a cross flashed in towards Ronaldo is gobbled up by Javi Varas.
Marcelo breaks down the left-hand side and gets beyond David Simon, before getting to the byline. His cross is blocked and goes behind for a corner, but the Santiago Bernabeu starts making a tremendous noise. Zidane’s men are being urged on by their fans.
  • 56′
    Penalty Goal Jonathan Viera Ramos
    GOOOOOOOOAL! JONATHAN VIERA MAKES IT 2-1! The Las Palmas midfielder clips a cheeky finish over Navas, who gets a touch on it but can only direct the ball into the ceiling of his net. It is all falling apart for Los Blancos.
  • 55′
    Yellow Card Sergio Ramos García
    Yellow card Sergio Ramos García
  • 55′
    PENALTY TO LAS PALMAS! Sergio Ramos is penalised for handball!
  • 54′
    Ronaldo does brilliantly to keep the ball in for his side at the left byline, before setting a pass back to Morata. The Spain international opens his body out, before attempting to curl a shot inside the far post, but he executes it terribly. Las Palmas are dominating possession, with the hosts having to play on the break.
  • 53′
    Yellow Card Kevin-Prince Boateng
    The referee is having to be busy in these early stages in the second half, as Boateng gets a booking for grabbing hold of Kroos. Another red card wouldn’t be out of the question.
  • 51′
    The home fans are whistling and grumbling, as Real Madrid are struggling to get themselves together tonight. A packed fixture list is perhaps taking its toll on the home side both physically and mentally. This is a huge opportunity for Las Palmas to take some points home.
  • 49′
    Real Madrid are in the lurch now, as that Bale reaction was completely bizarre. Las Palmas love to move the ball, and it will become far easier now that the home side have 10 men. The hosts whip a free-kick in from the left-hand side, but an offside trap from Setien catches a few Los Blancos personnel out.
  • 47′
    Red Card Gareth Bale
    RED CARD! BALE IS OFF! The Wales international kicks at the heels of Jonathan Viera twice, before shoving the Las Palmas midfielder to the ground. He has completely lost his head. The referee initially gave a yellow, but after watching Bale push his opponent over, he quickly went back for a red too.
  • 47′
    Yellow Card Gareth Bale
    Bale gets a yellow card for clipping Viera’s heels twice.
  • 47′
    Morata has the first effort of the second half, but the Spain international’s shot is low and comfortable for Javi Varas to deal with. Marcelo is found out on the left, but he gifts possession away to David Simon. This contest is yet to settle, with both teams giving the ball away quite easily.
We are back underway in the second half in Madrid! Zidane’s men haven’t lived up to expectation so far tonight, with Las Palmas playing the game their own way, much to the frustrations of the home fans. Three points are vital to keep Barcelona off their back.

HALF-TIME! Las Palmas are level at 1-1 at the interval, courtesy of that equaliser from Tana. Isco opened the scoring early on, but since then the home side have struggled. Ronaldo blasts terribly high and wide of the target, which is a terrible way to end the opening 45 minutes, and the Los Blancos faithful aren’t happy.

Ronaldo races down the right channel and cuts a teasing cross into the penalty area, which forces Lemos to poke the ball behind for a corner under pressure from Morata. So close, but yet so far for Real Madrid.
There are three minutes of first-half stoppage time, owing to that facial injury to Pedro Bigas.
Yellow card David Simón Rodríguez Santana
Kovacic tries to flick a pass in behind for Morata, but Aythami makes a very easy interception. Real Madrid attack again, with a cross from Marcelo searching for Ronaldo in the box, but the Brazilian’s delivery is gobbled up simply by Javi Varas. Clear-cut chances are proving to be few and far between for Los Blancos.
Bale curls in a left-footed cross from the right-hand side, but Sergio Ramos heads into the arms of Varas. The defender was given as offside anyhow, but he was clearly onside. The match officials are putting in a mixed performance in this first half.
Lemos picks out Jonathan Viera in space in midfield, with the former Valencia midfielder driving into the space ahead of him far too easily. He lines up a long-range effort, but fires high and wide of the target. Real Madrid respond with a counter, but Javi Varas comes off his line well to frustrate Morata.
Kovacic is robbed of possession in the middle of the field, with Las Palmas’ style of play managing to turn the crowd a little in Madrid. Real Madrid are certainly not in control here tonight. Setien is urging his players to keep playing their natural game, and they are patiently stroking the ball around much to the frustrations of Los Blancos.
Las Palmas are still staying on the front foot and attacking whenever they can, committing as many players as they possibly can. Ronaldo stabs a good ball in behind for Bale to chase, but the Wales international is caught narrowly offside. This has been a game of very fine margins so far at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
Tana bends in a corner from the left-hand side, which is met by Aythami at the back post. The substitute rises well and gets his head to it, but a combination of Navas and a defender dig the ball out from off the line! Real Madrid try and break through Ronaldo and Bale, but Las Palmas get enough players back to slow the attack right down.
Jese drives forward and gets to the edge of the Real Madrid penalty area, before slotting an unselfish pass out to Boateng on the right-hand side. The ex-Milan forward allows the ball to run across him, before slicing an awful attempt a long way wide of the near post. He looks disgusted with himself. Meanwhile, Navas doesn’t appear to be moving too easily in goal.
  • 29′
    The home side threaten down the right, with Bale using his pace and strength to get to the byline. He cuts back a neat pass to Ronaldo, but the Portuguese forward can only lash a powerful shot wide of the back post with the aid of a deflection. Morata threatened to get on the end of it, but Real Madrid instead win a corner. Kroos bends in a delivery from the set-piece, but it doesn’t beat the first man.
  • 27′
    SubstitutionPedro Bigas RigoAythami Artiles Oliva
    Bigas is stretchered off due to his injuries, with Aythami introduced at centre-back for Las Palmas. He’ll have to settle in quickly. The home fans applaud him off sportingly.
  • 25′
    There is an extended break in play, as Bigas gets some treatment on the field for his facial injury, as the Las Palmas centre-back took a blow to his upper nose. It could be broken, which has led to the stretcher being brought on as a precaution. Isn’t a nice one, that’s for sure.
  • 23′
    Kovacic is the target of a long ball over the top from Carvajal, but the pass is too heavy and Javi Varas is able to collect. Las Palmas are retaining possession well and asking some questions, but Isco is causing problems for the visitors. The ex-Malaga midfielder bends in a cross from the left, but Dani Castellano heads away. Bigas goes down with a facial injury in the aftermath, after being caught by his own player.
  • 21′
    Carvajal tries to get beyond Jese, but the Las Palmas man comes out on top, before Jonathan Viera plays his way out of a close-quarters situation brilliantly. Real Madrid patiently work the ball from left to right, with Isco trying to pick out Bale on the flank, but the goalscorer’s pass is terribly weighted and sails behind for a goal-kick.
Las Palmas open the ball out to the left-hand side, but Carvajal does well to bully Castellano off the pitch. The away side continue to give as good as they’re getting. Setien’s team are stroking possession around and taking risks, and it isn’t necessarily clear that Real Madrid are the home team. Jese drives into the penalty area, after getting the wrong side of Carvajal, but the Los Blancos’ full-back just about recovers to deny his ex-teammate.
Roque Mesa has a shot blocked from the edge of the box, with Bale helping out his defence by putting his own body on the line. Real Madrid are being tested in these early stages, with Las Palmas’ gung-ho approach leading to a few dangerous counter-attacks from the visitors.
The home side open play out to the left-hand side, with Marcelo having a chance to nip forward and explore. Given the breathless start to this contest, the full-backs haven’t had much effect. Dani Carvajal bursts down the right and whips in a teasing delivery, but Bale can only rise and deflect a headed effort a long way wide of the back post.
Good work from Isco! He dribbles his way into the box and to the right byline, before drilling a low cross into the danger area. Ronaldo and Kroos wait at the back post, but Roque Mesa tracks back well to intercept and play Las Palmas forward. Setien’s men aren’t being flustered by the occasion.
  • 11′
    OFFSIDE! Morata sees a goal ruled out. The Spain international is fed into the clear by a clever little flick from Ronaldo, before bursting into the box and finding the bottom corner. It appeared that Lemos was playing him on, there.
  • 10′
    Assist David Simón Rodríguez Santana
    David Simon slides a non-threatening pass into Tana, who spins Sergio Ramos and clatters a shot into the back of the net.
Goal Pedro Taunausú Domínguez Placeres
GOOOOOOOAL! LAS PALMAS FIGHT BACK! From kick-off, Las Palmas work the ball from left to right. Tana is fed into the box and slams a wonderful shot inside the near post. Navas had absolutely no chance there.
  • 8′
    Goal Francisco Román Alarcón Suárez
    GOOOOOOAL! ISCO MAKES IT 1-0! The diminutive midfielder is fed through into the clear by Kovacic, with the Spaniard haven’t far too much space to burst into the box. He tucks a neat finish into the bottom-right corner and Real Madrid have their lead.
  • 8′
    Assist Mateo Kovačić
    Assist Mateo Kovačić
  • 7′
    Castellano bursts down the left and whips in a dangerous cross that searches for Boateng, but Ramos manages to get there first and make a defensive clearance. Las Palmas are looking to have the chance to break and find space against Real Madrid’s current set-up. The away side can do some damage here tonight.
  • 5′
    Las Palmas are still playing their own style of football, despite Setien coming under fire in recent weeks, with the visitors trying to look after the ball and play patiently. Boateng is fed into the clear by Tana, but the Ghanaian forward is caught a few yards the wrong side of Nacho. Real Madrid respond with Bale hurtling down the right, but an attempted cross from Ronaldo is hacked clear by Lemos.
  • 3′
    Bale drives down the right and feeds Isco into space. Dani Castellano, however, robs the diminutive playmaker of possession. Roque Mesa sparks a break for Las Palmas, with Jese found at the left byline, but a cut-back to Mesa results in the defensive midfielder blasting miles over the crossbar.
  • 2′
    OFFSIDE! Morata has the ball in the back of the net already, but is caught the wrong side of David Simon. Isco releases Bale down the right, before the Welshman dips in a wonderful cross, but the ex-Juventus striker’s finish is ruled out.
  • 1′
    We are underway in the Spanish capital! Real Madrid will be looking to maintain their great home form and keep some daylight between themselves and Barcelona at the top of the table. Luis Enrique’s men have just thrashed Sporting Gijon 6-1, putting the pressure firmly on Los Blancos, but Las Palmas have never won at this stadium in a competitive fixture.
  • Las Palmas substitutes: Raul Lizoain, David Garcia, Momo, Hernan, Aythami, M. Garcia, Halilovic.
  • Las Palmas starting line-up (4-3-3): Javi Varas; David Simon, Lemos, Bigas, Dani Castellano; Vicente Gomez, Roque Mesa, Jonathan Viera; Tana, Boateng, Jese.
  • Real Madrid substitutes: Pepe, Benzema, James, Casilla, Lucas Vazquez, Modric, Marco Asensio.
  • Real Madrid starting line-up (4-3-3): Navas; Dani Carvajal, Nacho, Sergio Ramos, Marcelo; Kroos, Kovacic, Isco; Bale, Morata, Ronaldo.
  • TEAM NEWS: There are no surprises within Las Palmas’ back four, with Mauricio Lemos retaining his place at centre-back over Aythami, while Kevin-Prince Boateng continues as a lone striker. Ex-Los Blancos prospect Jese starts on the left, with Tana out on the right. Roque Mesa will be key in the middle of the park, with the likes of Alen Halilovic and Momo available from the bench.
  • TEAM NEWS: Real Madrid opt to rotate after the Villarreal victory, with Alvaro Morata taking Karim Benzema’s place up top after scoring the winner last time out. Luka Modric and Casemiro are given rests, with Mateo Kovacic and Isco starting in midfield, with Nacho coming in at centre-back for Pepe. Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo take up the wide areas, with James and Marco Asensio on the bench.
  • Quique Setien is under some pressure at Las Palmas as his side have struggled to find form of late. His approach of freeflowing football is being questioned, with a jaunt to Estadio Santiago Bernabeu presumably not too high on his wishlist. It doesn’t get much more difficult – and Las Palmas’ away form is bad enough as it is.
  • Hello and welcome to live coverage of Las Palmas’ tough trip to face league leaders Real Madrid in LaLiga, as Zinedine Zidane’s men look to continue to set the pace in Spain. A three-goal comeback was required for Los Blancos to beat Villarreal last time out, while their opponents today have been suffering in their own way. The Canaries have lost their last four consecutive top-flight matches.
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