Getafe 1-0 Real Madrid LIVE – Getafe leads at half-time
real Madrid are back in action in LaLiga Santander after the Christmas holidays, as they face Getafe at the Estadio Coliseum Alfonso Perez Sunday afternoon (13:00 GMT). Carlo AncelottiThe Sevilla squad are currently eight points ahead of second-placed Sevilla who are one game short. Los Blancos, while Quique Sanchez FloresThe team is 16th but tied on points with Alaves 18th. Stay with us for all the preparation of Getafe v Real Madrid then updates to this game featuring two teams at opposite ends of the table.
Getafe vs Real Madrid – LIVE SCORE: 1-0
This is the start of our Getafe v Real Madrid live blog, with updates of this LaLiga Santander game from here. As always, the entries closest to the top are the most recent.
HALF TIME: Getafe 1-0 Real Madrid
Enes Unal’s goal in the ninth minute is what separates the two teams at the break. Real Madrid came back into the game and had a series of half chances, while Ancelotti became visibly frustrated as the half wore on, in part due to the tactics employed by Quique’s side. Sanchez Flores. It will be interesting to see how Real Madrid react in the second half.
Minute 45 + 2: Another chance for Getafe
Getafe delivered a quick throw-in and the ball found itself at the feet of Damien Suarez, who cut the ball for Enes Unal to recover a shot, but it was blocked by Eder Militao and went for a corner.
Minute 41: Ancelotti loses his temper
Carlo Ancelotti complained about the lack of fouls against Getafe and received a yellow card for remonstrances with the fourth official and the referee himself.
Minute 30: Real Madrid pushes but in vain
Real Madrid keep advancing in numbers, but they have yet to find their way through this resolute Getafe defense. The speed of this game feels like something we’d see in mid-November or April, rather than the first game returning after the Christmas holidays.
Minute 21: First card of the game
Rodrygo Goes received a yellow card after pushing back Damien Suarez and preventing a Getafe counterattack.
Minute 20: Kroos misses the target
Real Madrid quickly counterattacked and Lucas Vazquez picked Toni Kroos at the edge of the box, but his half volley went by around a yard.
Minute 17: Modric hits the crossbar!
A quick attack from Real Madrid led Rodrygo to move the ball towards Benzema, who faked it and allowed Modric to fire a shot that hit the crossbar.
Minute 15: Modric shoots wide
From a short corner, Modric moved the ball to his right foot and attempted a shot from 25 yards which deflected and fizzed just off the far post of David Soria.
Minute 14: Still some chances for Getafe
Enes Unal and then Nemanja Maksimovic had two good chances to score a second goal for Getafe, but Real Madrid got away with it. Courtois and Real Madrid’s four-backs seem nervous, the first 14 minutes having been very frantic.
Minute 9: GOAL FOR GETAFE!
Real Madrid appeared to recover the ball after Sandro Ramirez lost the ball, but Enes Unal put pressure on Eder Militao and came out with the ball before shooting Thibaut Courtois. Getafe 1-0 Real Madrid.
Minute 2: Getafe is aggressive
Both Carles Alena and Mathias Olivera made faults that could easily have received a yellow card later in the game. So far, referee Mario Melero Lopez has kept his cards in his pocket.
13:00 GMT: kick off!
Real Madrid have kicked off here at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez. Stay with us for updates from Getafe vs Real Madrid.
12:20 GMT: Real Madrid warm-up
Real Madrid players are currently warming up ahead of the game and you can follow them through the club’s official Twitter channel.
12:00 GMT: Getafe XI is here
Quique Sanchez Flores made a change of note, because Erick Cabaco came to replace Djene Dakonam, suspended.
Starting lineup for Getafe against Real Madrid (5-3-2): David Soria; Damian Suarez, Erick Cabaco, Stefan Mitrovic, Jorge Cuenca, Mathias Olivera; Nemanja Maksimovic, Carles Alena, Mauro Arambarri; Sandro Ramirez, Enes Unal.
11:45 GMT: Real Madrid are in the building
The Real Madrid squad arrived at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez ahead of this afternoon’s game.
11:15 GMT: Ancelotti leaves Hazard aside
Carlo Ancelotti has announced his Real Madrid XI which will face Getafe today, and surprisingly, he has decided not to include Eden Hazard. With Vinicius Junior out due to COVID-19, the Belgian was widely expected to take a position on the left side of Real Madrid’s attack.
Real Madrid’s starting lineup against Getafe (4-3-3): Thibaut Courtois ; Lucas Vazquez, Eder Militao, David Alaba, Ferland Mendy; Toni Kroos, Casemiro, Luka Modric; Marco Asensio, Karim Benzema, Rodrygo Goes.
11:00 GMT: LaLiga remembers old Getafe vs Real Madrid game
On March 25, 2010, Real Madrid won 4-2 at Getafe after Cristiano Ronaldo and Gonzalo Higuain each scored twice. Will Karim Benzema and co find the back of the net as often today?
10:30 GMT: Real Madrid 2022 kick-off
LaLiga Santander’s opener of 2022 starts this afternoon at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez, and Real Madrid will be hoping it will be a year in which they can claim the domestic league title and also make a big push in the Copa del Rey, Supercopa de Espana and, of course, the Champions League.
10:00 GMT: Getafe vs Real Madrid preview
Carlo Ancelotti couldn’t have dreamed of a better first half of 2021/22 LaLiga Santander season, with his team comfortably seated at the top of the table, but he now turns his attention to the New Year with real Madrid facing a trip to Getafe to start 2022.
Los Blancos will resume their domestic campaign on January 2, with the club eight points ahead of Seville at the top of LaLiga Santander, while Getafe are embroiled in a battle to avoid the downfall after their years of outperforming.
A COVID-19 epidemic in the real Madrid camp put a number of players in doubt for the trip to Getafe, although there is some positive news on this front. Thibaut Courtois, Fede valverde and Vinicius tested positive for the virus before New Years Eve, but has since returned testing negative and could be involved on Sunday.
However, Eduardo Camavinga is excluded from the trip, having tested positive for COVID-19 and having been suspended.
Getafe vs Real Madrid lineups planned
Getafe’s planned programming: David Soria; Damian Suarez, Stefan Mitrovic, Erick Cabaco, Jorge Cuenca, Mathias Oliveira; Mauro Arambarri, Nemanja Maksimovic, Carles Alena; Enes Unal, Sandro Ramirez
The planned composition of Real Madrid: Thibaut Courtois ; Lucas Vazquez, Eder Militao, David Alaba, Ferland Mendy; Luka Modric, Casemiro, Toni Kroos; Marco Asensio, Karim Benzema, Eden Hazard.
Getafe vs Real Madrid: when does it start?
Sunday’s match between Getafe and real Madrid kick off at 2:00 p.m. CET, local time in Spain. For those living in the US, you can log in at 8:00 a.m. ET / 5:00 a.m. PT, and for those living in the UK, you can log in at 1:00 p.m. GMT.
Getafe vs Real Madrid: where to watch it?
The LaLiga Santander match between Getafe and real Madrid will take place at the Colosseum Alfonso Perez Sunday January 2. For those living in the United States, you can watch the match live on ESPN +, while for those living in the United Kingdom, the match will be streamed live on LaLigaTV.