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La Liga Results : Matches of the Season 2021-22

Real Madrid 3- 3 Levante (Estadio Ciudad de Valencia, 23rd August)

It was just La Liga's 2nd game week and fans expected Real Madrid to have a convincing victory over Levante. However, the home side had some other plans as they ended up securing a point after being part of one of the best matches of 2021-22 La Liga season. Both teams played out a six-goal thriller where players on the pitch refused to give up till the last minute of the game.

It was Real Madrid who hit the first blow as Gareth Bale scored for the whites in the 5th minute. Los Blancos had the match under control in the first half as Levante failed to level the score line. However, it took only 28 seconds after restart for Levante star Roger Marti to level the scores at 1-1. Jose Campana then volleyed a strike into Real Madrid's net to give a 2-1 lead for Levante. But Madrid's Brazilian sensation Vinicius Junior showed up to make it 2-2 in the 73rd minute.

Both teams refused to give up and it was Levante who fought hard and scored the 3rd goal in the 79th minute of the game. Suarez Pier slotted in a close-range finish after a deflection from a free kick and the whole stadium went crazy. Just when everyone thought that Madrid could lose three points, Vinicius scored for the Whites with a clipped finish and thus leveling the score once again. At 3-3, the home side lost a player as goalkeeper Alvaro Fernández was sent off in the 87th minute of the game. Levante defender Ruben Vezo took on the gloves as he guarded his side's goal for well over 6 minutes. Madrid wasn't able to take advantage of having an extra player as the match ended 3-3 at full time.

Real Madrid 0- 4 Barcelona ( at Santiago Bernabeu, 21st March 2022)

La Liga's matchday 29 was an El Classico as Xavi's Barcelona came to Santiago Bernabeu to face runaway leader Real Madrid. Los Blancos came into the match with an impressive 15 points lead over their arch nemesis Barcelona. However, the Catalans ended up humiliating the Whites in front of their own fans as they won the tie with a stunning 4-0 score line.

Blaugrana started the show with their latest star signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang hit the first blow in the 29th minute of the game. Aubameyang ended up scoring an another goal and an assist for the Catalans as he had a great night at Madrid. Ronald Araujo and Ferran Torres scored each as the game ended 4-0 at full time.

Barcelona could have scored more, but Real Madrid's first choice goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois made numerous saves to help lessen his side's misery. The match certainly gave hope for Barcelona fans as they saw a new rejuvenated Barca under Xavi Hernandez who was appointed as the new manager after former manager Ronald Koeman was sacked mid season.

Sevilla 2 - 3 Real Madrid ( at Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium, 18th April 2022)

On Matchday 32, League leaders Real Madrid visited the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium to face Sevilla. Spanish media termed the match as Madrid's last step to glory as a win against Sevilla would make their journey to being the Spanish champions effortless. Sevilla on the other hand, was in no mood to let that happen as they still wanted to give a tough fight to the league leaders and infact they did gave Los Blancos an uneasy night until Karim Benzema decided to score the winner in the dying minutes of the game.

Sevilla were cruising ahead as they held over a 2-0 lead in the first half thanks to goals from Ivan Rakitic and Erik Lamela. Sevilla fans were over the moon at the end of the first half as they believed they could defeat the league toppers that night. However, Sevilla's confidence crumbled when Brazilian wonderkid Rodrygo and Spanish star Nacho scored to level the score 2-2 in the 82nd minute.

The Red-Whites feared a Real Madrid comeback and their nightmares became a reality as Karim Benzema showed up to spoil the party by scoring the 3rd and final goal of the game in the dying minutes. This win against Sevilla gave Real Madrid an enormous boost for the rest of the season as the whole club and their fans trusted each other to come up victorious even in the most unexpected times.