Roma vs Real Madrid – Highlights & Full Match

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Roma vs Real Madrid
Roma vs Real Madrid Highlights and Full Match
Competition: UEFA Champions League
Date: 17 February 2016
Stadium: Stadio Olimpico (Roma)
Referee:
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Roma

0
FT
2

Real Madrid

Cristiano Ronaldo (57′)
Jese Rodriguez (86′)

Stadium: Stadio Olimpico, Rome

Attendance: 55612

Referee: Pavel Kralovec (Czech Republic)

39617835BallPossessionShotsoff targetShotson target
Possession
39
61
Shots off target
7
8
Shots on target
3
5
Fouls
12
10
Corners
7
5
Offsides
1
1
Yellow Cards
0
2
Red Cards
0
0
    Roma
    Luciano Spalletti (4-3-1-2)
    #Name
  • GK
    Wojciech Szczesny
  • DEF
    Antonio Ruediger
  • DEF
    Lucas Digne
  • DEF
    Alessandro Florenzi
  • SUB
    Francesco Totti
  • DEF
    Konstantinos Manolas
  • DM
    Radja Nainggolan
  • MID
    Diego Perotti
  • MID
    Miralem Pjanic
  • CAM
    William Vainqueur
  • SUB
    Daniele De Rossi
  • ATT
    Mohamed Salah
  • ATT
    Stephan El Shaarawy
  • SUB
    Edin Dzeko
    Real Madrid
    Zinedine Zidane (4-3-3)
    #Name
  • GK
    Keylor Navas
  • DEF
    Raphael Varane
  • DEF
    Sergio Ramos
  • DEF
    Marcelo
  • DEF
    Daniel Carvajal
  • MID
    Toni Kroos
  • MID
    Luka Modric
  • MID
    Isco
  • SUB
    Mateo Kovacic
  • ATT
    Cristiano Ronaldo
  • SUB
    Casemiro
  • ATT
    Karim Benzema
  • ATT
    James Rodriguez
  • SUB
    Jese Rodriguez
    Roma
    #NamePosition
  • SUB
    Edin Dzeko
  • SUB
    Francesco Totti
  • SUB
    Maicon
  • SUB
    Iago Falque
  • SUB
    Daniele De Rossi
  • SUB
    Seydou Keita
  • SUB
    Morgan De Sanctis
    Real Madrid
    #NamePosition
  • SUB
    Nacho Fernandez
  • SUB
    Francisco Casilla
  • SUB
    Casemiro
  • SUB
    Mateo Kovacic
  • SUB
    Lucas Vazquez
  • SUB
    Jese Rodriguez
  • SUB
    Danilo
    Roma
    MinSubstitution
  • 64′
    Edin Dzeko
    Stephan El Shaarawy
  • 77′
    Daniele De Rossi
    William Vainqueur
  • 87′
    Francesco Totti
    Alessandro Florenzi
    Real Madrid
    MinSubstitution
  • 64′
    Mateo Kovacic
    Isco
  • 82′
    Jese Rodriguez
    James Rodriguez
  • 89′
    Casemiro
    Cristiano Ronaldo

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Good game by Madrid. There were many positives and a few concerns. Overall ball possession and passing was better and got much better after they scored. MOTM was clearly Varane who bailed out the team several times with timely tackles and his amazing poise and speed. This was one of the better games for Ronaldo. Cynic may say the goal was deflected. But hey, you have to create the chance in order to score and with his speed and nice left foot flick that allowed him to cut inside, he created the chance and took it. But Ronaldo did take too many touches on several occasions, leading to slowing of the counterattack or ending in a bad final pass. Kroos also made some fine incisive passes, as usual and was the most influential midfielder today. Navas was great as usual and came out of his box on at least two crucial moments to save the day, something I doubt the great St Iker could do in his last two seasons at Madrid. Modric had a decent but not so great a game as did Isco. James was ineffective in another game and Zizou should have probably not start him when going against defensively strong, organized and compact Italian sides. James should not start against Atelitico. Benz also was just ok, but better after Real scored and the game became more open. But not one of his better games. Marcelo was frequently out of position, slow to get back on defense and was overrun by Salah on several occasions. He was generally a liability on defense. Ramos was solid in the back and made important interceptions and blocks. But the guy with the worse performance on the team? It’s sad to say it as I like this player but it was, hands down, Carvajal. He had a horrendous game, seemed timid and unsure, was slow which is unlike him and made several bad decisions, including the penalty that was not seen by the ref. I don’t know what the heck happened to him? However, overall, it was an important win that will do great things for Real’s confidence and Zizou is definitely having a positive impact. The proof of that was Ronaldo’s goal celebration when he ran to the side line to jump into Zizou’s arms surrounded by a swarm of teammates. Doubt that would have happened with Benetiz. Go Madrid! smile emoticon

    • Excellent summary, I agree! I was nervous first half but second half I was again confident Madrid would pull through.

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