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Ball Bullet La Liga ans Bundesliga Roundup
La Liga ans Bundesliga Roundup Real Madrid breathed new life into their stuttering season as they secured a 2-0 La Liga victory at home to Sevilla. Having wasted any number of chances, they were on course to drop further points and leave their manager, Santiago Solari, under increasing pressure, until Casemiro brilliantly curled in from long range in the 78th minute and then Luka Modric added a late second.

While they are still truly to join the title race led by Barcelona, the three points maintained the pressure on Atlético Madrid, who later won 3-0 at Huesca. Real’s victory moved them ahead of Sevilla, who fell to fourth.

With Sevilla content to attack on the counter from the outset, the hosts dominated possession but struggled to create chances.

The second half began in similar fashion, but Modric began to exert greater influence and, as he sent a dipping effort into the side netting on the hour mark, the opening goal felt imminent.

Dani Ceballos struck the crossbar from 30 yards before Casemiro gave Real Madrid the lead. Modric then sealed victory in stoppage time. Finding himself in space in the penalty area, the Croatian drew the goalkeeper before curling the ball past inside the near post.

The Bundesliga leaders, Borussia Dortmund narrowly, beat RB Leipzig 1-0 thanks to Axel Witsel’s 19th-minute winner to protect their six-point lead over the champions Bayern Munich as the German top flight resumed following the winter break.

Though missing their in-form captain Marco Reus, who suffered a ligament injury in training on Friday, Dortmund managed to earn their eighth win in their last nine league matches, helped by Roman Bürki’s string of fine saves.

It was also Leipzig’s first home loss of the season and Dortmund’s first league win there since their opponents were promoted to the Bundesliga a few seasons ago.

“We are extremely satisfied. It was as expected a very hard game. Leipzig came very close two or three times but we won in the end,” said Dortmund’s coach, Lucien Favre. “We played really well as a team. The first game of the year is always difficult, so it was important to win here today. Roman Bürki was outstanding.”
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