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Rodrygo Goes shines with a remarkable brace as Real Madrid seals a commanding 2-0 victory over Athletic Club in La Liga on Sunday evening.

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The Brazilian sensation ignited the scoreboard within the first ten minutes, unleashing a sensational strike into the top corner, before sealing the deal with a composed finish into the bottom left corner late in the second half.

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With this crucial win, Madrid edges closer to clinching the La Liga title, boasting an eight-point lead over Barcelona as they enter the final eight gameweeks of the 2023/24 season.

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Here’s how the game unfolded:

Real Madrid asserted dominance early, breaking into the final third in the seventh minute. Rodrygo Goes seized the moment, receiving a precise pass from Brahim Diaz, maneuvering from the left flank, and elegantly curling the ball into the far top corner of the net.

Following the opener, Madrid dictated the pace of play, keeping Athletic Club pinned back in their defensive territory.

The hosts nearly doubled their lead twice before halftime. Federico Valverde tested Julen Agirrezabala with a close-range volley, while Aurelien Tchouameni narrowly missed the target with a header from a Toni Kroos corner.

Madrid continued to press for a second goal early in the second half. Rodrygo’s pinpoint pass found Brahim in a promising position, but the former Manchester City youngster’s strike ricocheted off the post.

Athletic Club threatened to equalize as Inaki Williams forced Andriy Lunin into a remarkable save with a volley from close range.

As the match progressed, Carlo Ancelotti’s side found more openings in the final third. Rodrygo completed his brace in the 73rd minute, receiving a pass from Jude Bellingham on the left, evading a defender, and calmly slotting the ball into the bottom left corner.

Madrid supporters were further uplifted as Eder Militao made his comeback from injury, entering the fray as a substitute after a prolonged absence due to an ACL injury.

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