Gareth Bale was among the scorers as Real Madrid began the defence of their Champions Leagu title with a 3-0 win over AS Roma at the Bernabeu.
In front of the 69,251 strong home crowd, Real went ahead just before the break through Isco. Bale doubled their advantage on 58 minutes, with Mariano Diaz adding a stunning third in second half stoppage time.
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Gareth Bale provided the assist for Isco’s equalising goal as Real Madrid dropped points in the league for the first time this season after a 1-1 draw at San Mames against Athletic Bilbao.
Athletic took the lead in the 32nd minute through Iker Muniain, but Real equalised through Isco in the 63rd minute.
Bale played 75 minutes in this fixture before being replaced by Lucas Vazquez.
The result means that Athletic have drawn against Real in the last three games played between the two sides.
Real will be next seen in action in midweek when they host Roma in the Champions League.
Gareth Bale scored the opening goal of the game as Real registered their third straight league win of the new campaign against strugglers Leganes. The visitors had played both Basque clubs coming into this game, and had lost to Athletic and draw against Sociedad.
Bale set the ball rolling with his 17th minute effort. Leganes equalised seven minutes later through Carrillo’s penalty, but a brace after the interval from Karim Benzema and a penalty midway through the second half from Sergio Ramos sealed a 4-1 victory for Real.
Bale played 85 minutes of this game before being subbed off for Lucas.
Real’s next game, in two weeks’ time after the international break, will see them travel to San Mames to take on Athletic.
Bale’s goal means he has now scored in 7 straight La Liga games.
Gareth Bale scored and set up another as Real beat Girona 4-1 away from home in the league. The home side took a shock lead through Borja Garcia, and went into the break at 1-1 following Sergio Ramos’ 39th minute penalty. Real however took control in the second half, with Benzema’s double (52nd minute penalty plus 80th minute goal assisted by Bale) and Bale’s effort on the hour mark.
Bale started this game and played 87 minutes before being replaced by Lucas Vazquez.
13383 were present at Estadi Municipal de Montilivi to watch Real take on the hosts.
Gareth Bale got himself on the scoresheet in Real’s first league game of the season as they saw off Getafe at the Bernabeu. Real came into this game on the back of a disappointing Super Cup loss to cross town rivals Atleti, but got the result they wanted against Getafe thanks to goals from Carvajal (20) and Bale (51)
Bale played 77 minutes before coming off the pitch for Lucas Vazquez.
Getafe collected as many as seven yellow cards in this game, while only one Real player was booked- Marcelo midway through the second half.