Real Madrid was held to a goalless draw in the La Liga midweek game against Osasuna although they still went top of La Liga on goal difference. Carlo Ancelotti’s side is one of four teams on 21 points alongside Sevilla, Real Betis, and Real Sociedad, they are all joint leaders of the Spanish La Liga table but Ancelotti men remain first because of the goal difference.
Osasuna Force Real Madrid to a Goalless Draw
The game had sixth-placed Osasuna making good scoring chances, one of which was when Jon Moncayola hit the post from close range. They are only two points off top Real had more opportunities than the visitors and Karim Benzema saw a shot brush off the top of the bar.
Also, Real Madrid Brazilian midfielder Casemiro was not too far away late on with an ambitious shot from his half but it could not find the back of the net. The draw is Osasuna’s first point at the Bernabeu since 2005, ending a run of 11 Real wins in the fixture.
The four-way leaders are three points above defending champions Atletico Madrid and six points above Barcelona, who sacked their head coach Ronald Koeman after a 1-0 loss to Rayo Vallecano.