Thursday, March 23, 2006

Not good enough yet

Brazilian striker Ronaldo recovered from a lack of shot power, and scored goal that saved Real Madrid from defeat against Real Zaragoza. However, they dropped to the third place in the Primera División after Osasuna completed a 2-0 victory against Real Sociedad.

If there is a player that likes to score against Madrid, that's Diego Milito. The striker who hit four goals past Madrid in the first leg of the Copa Del Rey semi-final last month, was on target one more time to give Zaragoza the lead three minutes after the break. Ronaldo got his side their fourth consecutive draw with an equaliser in added time but Osasuna took full advantage, overcoming relegation-threatened Real Sociedad 2-0 thanks to goals at the start and end of the game from Iñaki Muñoz and Francisco Puñal, the latter by a penalty shot.