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Last night the Spanish defender scores another important goal for his side and earns all the three points for his side in the La Liga.


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Last night Real Madrid played FOOTBALL MATCH with the Deportivo La Coruna side and the Los Blancos side manage to win the match at the last moment thanks to Sergio Ramos he guided the ball into the Deportivo net in the last minute.


Last night till 84th minutes the Real Madrid side was trailing by 2-1 goals to their opponents and in the last six Minutes they scored two goals against their counterpart and collect all the three points from the match.


Last night’s victory gave the Los Balncos side creates a new history they were unbeaten 35 matches in all the competition in Europe,


After winning last night’s match the Real Madrid side maintains their six point’s gap with their Rivals Barcelona, and last night the Catalan side also won their match against Osasuna in their La Liga match.


Now the Real Madrid side will travel to Japan to play FIFA club world cup.
The defender voiced: 

"Historically, our spirit and this badge mean we have a duty to fight right to the end,"


"When you fight until the death and believe in yourself and play with enthusiasm, ultimately things end up going for you.

"In the first half we had the chances to have got in front and then we left gaps at the back and they made the most of those on the counter. Thanks to a fantastic cross from [Toni] Kroos, I was able to add another goal to my tally.

"It's important to have that spirit and to compete until the last ball. The team was able to produce a reaction, take the three points and continue at the top of the table, and it was vital to close out the year in this manner.

"We've met our target, which was to pick up the three points in our final La Liga game of the year. Now it's time to go and enjoy the Club World Cup.

"On a personal note, I'm happy to continue helping the team with goals and on a collective level I'm pleased that we go marching on."