2013: Good start for Real Madrid

Real Madrid is getting numbers of champion in 2013. The setbacks in the early part of the championship do not allow the white team to fight for the League but its numbers elude suspicion of contempt for the Spanish national championship. In fact, after this matchday, Real Madrid is second in the table, surpassing Atletico Madrid for the first time this season, and with better numbers than Barcelona (25 points vs 22). A reaction driven in large part by Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored two victory goals in Vigo.

Ronaldo and Modric celebrate a goal wearing the Real Madrid deep blue jersey
Real Madrid is living a great 2013

In late 2012 the team of Mourinho, seeing the pace of the leaders and punished for its mistakes, decided to focus hard on the Copa del Rey (Spanish Cup) and the Champions League, and the plan still going smoothly (Cup finalist and Champions League quarterfinalist). But neither neglected the regular tournament. And is that the white team has won 8 out of 10 games (Real Sociedad, Valencia, Getafe, Sevilla, Rayo Vallecano, Deportivo, Barcelona and Celta Vigo) has played in 2013, drawn one (Osasuna) and lost another (Granada).

Besides, Real Madrid, judging by its numbers, is determined not to lose a point in the Santiago Bernabeu. The whistles of 2012 are over and the team is grateful with scoring festivals. Besides winning all matches played on home soil, the white team has scored 16 goals in 5 games (an average of 3.2 goals per game). As it's said, the only fails of this Real Madrid in 2013, were against Osasuna (0-0) and Granada (1-0) in away matches.

One of those responsible for this stimulation is Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese striker never drops the pace and in his legs you can find the cause of some of the successes of this year (two goals against Real Sociedad and Valencia, and hat-tricks against Getafe and Sevilla). And we have to remember something; Cristiano Ronaldo had not scored in the last three games of the championship, his longer drought in the league. He had not scored from the February 9 against Sevilla, although admittedly against Deportivo La Coruna and Barcelona only played 34 minutes. He returned to the goal against Celta, with two goals, and left the counter in 26 (12 in 9 games in 2013 because he could not play against Osasuna due to suspension).

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