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Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes (Granada)

Granada 0-4 Real Madrid

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Real Madrid beat Granada 4-0 in their Primera Division match at the Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes in Granada.

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Goals
2 mins — Granada vs Real Madrid 0-1 — Cristiano Ronaldo goal vs Granada
31 mins — Granada vs Real Madrid 0-2 — Rodríguez goal vs Granada
54 mins — Granada vs Real Madrid 0-3 — Benzema goal vs Granada
87 mins — Granada vs Real Madrid 0-4 — Rodríguez goal vs Granada
Match Stats

Granada Starting Lineup

13 - Roberto
2 - A. Nyom
6 - J. Babin
24 - J. Murillo
22 - D. Foulquier
16 - M. Iturra
17 - A. Sissoko
20 - Juan Carlos
14 - Eddy Pascual
18 - J. Córdoba
29 - S. Isaac

Real Madrid Starting XI

1 - Casillas
4 - Sergio Ramos
3 - Pepe
12 - Marcelo
15 - Daniel Carvajal
19 - L. Modric
8 - T. Kroos
10 - J. Rodríguez
23 - Isco
7 - Cristiano Ronaldo
9 - K. Benzema

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