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Valencia and Real Madrid tied 2-2 at Mestalla with a controversial ending

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Valencia and Real Madrid tied 2-2 at Mestalla with a controversial ending

Real Madrid played a vibrant match against Valencia that had all the spices and controversy. When it seemed that the 2-2 had given a lot of material with what was the return of Vinicius Junior to Mestalla after the racist events of last year, an unexpected ending defeated all the possibilities of a better closing of the match.

Controversial final between Valencia and Real Madrid. EPA

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Duro and Yaremchuk were in charge of opening the scoring for the Che team in five minutes, because one celebrated in the 25th minute and the other in the 30th. When it seemed that it was getting complicated for Madrid, Vini’s show began: before At the end of the first half, he scored the injury time goal and celebrated with his fist raised.

In the complement, Vinicius once again took charge of scoring and thus silenced Mestalla to celebrate the partial 2-2 after everything that happened in 2023 between the fans of the Valencian team and the Brazilian selected forward that Casablanca has.

As if that were not enough and in the middle of a final full of sequences such as the hard departure of Mouctar Diakhaby due to injury, Jesús Gil Manzano decided to end the game in the middle of an advance that… ended in a goal from Jude Bellingham! who later ended up being sent off due to all the commotion that was generated once the referee blew the final whistle.

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Girona will visit Mallorca and has the chance to be four behind Real Madrid, which remains the leader. They could have gotten the three points in the controversial finale and thus achieved an epic comeback, but it was finally 2-2 for the LaLiga leader on their return to Mestalla.

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