Real Madrid vs. Las Palmas 2017 live stream
- Author: Julie Sanders Mar 03, 2017,
Mar 03, 2017, 17:19
Barcelona moved top of La Liga on the night Luis Enrique confirmed he will not continue as coach next season as Gareth Bale was sent-off in Real Madrid's thrilling 3-3 draw at home to Las Palmas.
However, a certain Cristiano Ronaldo wouldn't let the game die, netting two late goals, one courtesy of a spot-kick, to at least get the home side a share of the points.
Soon after, Jonathan Viera would score a penalty after a Sergio Ramos handball and Kevin-Price Boateng would make it 3-1 as Madrid pushed everyone forward.
He remains a far cry from his usual self and Perez is concerned his struggles could derail Madrid's attempts to win a first La Liga title since 2012.
REAL MADRID's stars reportedly confronted Zinedine Zidane in the dressing-room after their 3-3 draw against Las Palmas.
Gareth Bale saw his cross from the right prodded in by the Spanish striker, who was correctly denied by a raised flag from the linesman.
"We win and lose all together and it is going to be like this until the end. We have good spirit and this side is capable of doing good things", the boss said. He looks to be almost back to full speed after returning from injury.
Hosting a side in the bottom half of the table seemed a straightforward assignment in the run-up to the match, and Isco opened the scoring in the eighth minute after beating the Las Palmas offside trap. It will be hard right until the end, as I've said before and I stand by that.
He added: "What caught us out was the start we made".
Whilst Madrid saved themselves by coming from two goals down against Villarreal at the weekend, but they couldn't do quite the same on Wednesday and now find themselves a point behind league leaders Barcelona with just one game in hand.