Sergio Ramos is incredible!
Real Madrid remain top of La Liga, six points clear of Barcelona, and once again Sergio Ramos was the main man producing a goal when Zinedine Zidane’s side needed it most.
A week after grabbing a point in El Clasico at the Nou Camp, Ramos won it for Real Madrid in the 92nd minute at the Bernabeu with a header the whole ground knew he would score.
Alvaro Morata opened the scoring five minutes after the break with a fine strike. None of Real Madrid’s famous BBC were playing.
Joselu at the double
Gareth Bale is injured. Whilst Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo are being rested for the Club World Cup.
Deportivo responded with a brace from Joselu, the current Stoke City striker, on loan at Depor.
Joselu came through the ranks at Real Madrid and has an incredible goal scoring record at the Bernabeu.
Substitute Mariano Diaz equalised on 84 and set the stage for Sergio Ramos on 92.
As they jet off to the Club World Cup, Real Madrid are now 35 games unbeaten – a new club record.