Real Madrid vs Deportivo Alavés – Live Reddit Football Score 2020
Real Madrid vs Deportivo Alavés: Match details
Match: Real Madrid vs Deportivo Alavés
Competition: Spain’s top flight: La Liga
Date: November 28, 2020
Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, November 28, 2020 (UK time)
Stadium: Estadio Alfredo Di Stéfano
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NAME: Real Madrid – Deportivo Alavés
DATE: 28 Nov 2020
TIME: 20:00 UTC
VENUE: Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid, Spain
An early Eden Hazard penalty, just his third goal for the club, followed by Rodrygo’s finish saw Los Blancos beat Inter 2-0.
That was their first win over Inter or A.C. Milan at San Siro in 16 attempts.
More importantly, it saw Real leapfrog Shakhtar Donetsk into second in the group and they’re now just one point behind leaders Borussia Mönchengladbach.
Back in La Liga, despite taking the lead after just two minutes through Mariano Díaz last weekend, they could only draw 1-1 at Villarreal.
Zinedine Zidane’s side have now only won two of their last five in the league but are fourth in the table.
Deportivo Alavés though head to the capital in not particularly good form.
The Basque side went 2-0 up last weekend, through Ximo Navarro and then Lucas Pérez, but threw it away, drawing 2-2 with Valencia at Mendizorrotza.
Pablo Machín’s side have only lost one of their last six but the last three of those have been draws and they’re 15th, just three clear of danger.