Real Madrid vs Viktoria Plzen live streaming
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Match: Real Madrid vs Viktoria Plzen
Competition: Champions League
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Real Madrid vs Viktoria Plzen live streaming: Match preview
Real Madrid cannot afford to drop point here.
Their Champions League defence had started so well with a 3-0 win over Roma; Isco, Bale and Mariano Díaz getting the goals.
However, they were stunned when they fell behind after just a minute in the Russian capital against CSKA.
Despite having 26 attempts at goal, 18 of which were on target, Los Blancos could not score and they were beaten 1-0.
That means they’ve had 56 shots in two Champions League games, 14 more than the next most from PSG.
Viktoria Plzeň have only ever won two Champions League games but came so close to making that 3 last month.
Michael Krmenčík’s brace gave them a 2-0 lead at home to CSKA; but they couldn’t hold on and it finished 2-2.
Pavel Vrba’s side were then humbled 5-0 in Rome and are living up to their tag as the group’s whipping boys.
Defeat in Russia, as well as poor league form, leaves Julen Lopetegui under pressure so Real cannot afford to not win this.