Athletic held Real-Madrid in a draw of 1-1 - La Liga

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Cristiano Ronaldo's wonderful backheel late in the diversion earned Real Madrid a point in a 1-1 La Liga draw with Athletic Bilbao at the Bernabeu stadium on Wednesday. 


The Portuguese forward flicked Luka Modric's low crash into the back of the net in the 87th moment with a deft touch, his 24th association objective of the season counterbalancing a first-half chipped objective from Inaki Williams for the guests. 

Real was set for defeat until Ronaldo, who likewise hit the bar with a header at an early stage, hit with his 24th group objective of the season to grab the draw that left them third on 68 focuses after 33 diversions. 

They are three focuses on cross-city rivals Atletico, who play their diversion close by at Real Sociedad on Thursday. Barcelona leads the path on 83 focuses, 12 clear of Atletico. "I'm not content with the outcome, it's not positive for us. We played well, most importantly in the primary half," Real mentor Zinedine Zidane said. 

Raul Garcia squandered a magnificent opportunity to twofold Bilbao's lead before Ronaldo's objective, hitting the crossbar with Keylor Navas out of position after a scramble in the case. 

Bilbao verged on gaining their first triumph at the Bernabeu since 2005 yet Ronaldo denied them, at long last netting for Real after the hosts squandered a series of possibilities. 

Athletic goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga made heavenly spares to deny Raphael Varane and Marco Asensio, yet stood no possibility with Ronaldo's equalizer. 

While Real was on top amid the diversion, it appeared hearts and brains may have been floating towards next Wednesday's Champions League elimination round the first leg against Bayern Munich in Germany. 

Zidane picked a solid side, with his group not because of play their class coordinate against Sevilla at the end of the week on the grounds that the Andalusians are playing in the King's Cup last against Barcelona. 

"It's valid that we are pondering Bayern Munich, yet not when we were playing. We have seven days to take a shot at that, we're doing admirably. We're certain and we are playing admirably," Real winger Lucas Vazquez said. 

Prior on Wednesday, fourth-set Valencia lost 2-1 at home to Getafe and had Dani Parejo sent off for an elbow on Jorge Molina. 

The defeat left Valencia three focuses Real Madrid.

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