Real Madrid beat Mallorca 6-1 (3-1) at home and are the new leaders in La Liga after six games played, two points clear of Atl Madrid. Mallorca is in 10th place in the league.
The hosts Real Madrid started the match at pace and took the lead straight away already from the kickoff. After only 3 minutes Karim Benzema scored.
The team also increased their lead to 2-0, as Marco Asensio netted, in the 24th minute.
In the 25th minute Mallorca found the net as Kang In Lee scored, with an assist by Matthew Hoppe, and reduced the score for Mallorca.
Marco Asensio scored again just four minutes later, with an assist by Karim Benzema, ensuring Real Madrid increased the lead to 3-1.
Marco Asensio also scored in the 55th minute as he found the net, with an assist by Karim Benzema, and then completed a hatrick.
Karim Benzema again increased Real Madrid’s lead with an assist by David Alaba, in the 78th minute.
With six minutes left to play, Real Madrid’s Isco increased the lead as he scored, with an assist by Vinicius Junior, what brought the final score to 6-1.
Real Madrid have now won four games in a row.
It was Madrid’s sixth game and the team remain undefeated this season.
Real Madrid have 4 wins and 1 draw with a 17–7 goal difference in the last 5 games, while Mallorca have 2 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses and a 3–8 goal difference.
The last outing between the teams ended in a 0-2 home win for Real Madrid in June 2020.
Real Madrid are unbeaten at home, after one game.
Real Madrid have scored 21 goals. They have scored 11 goals at home. They’ve conceded 8 goals in total.
Mallorca have scored 4 goals in this campaign. Away from home they have scored 4 goals. They’ve conceded 9 goals in total.
Real Madrid have opened the score in 2 of their 5 of the games, and have a winning ratio of 50 percent when scoring the first goal.
After this game in the La Liga, Real Madrid will take on Villarreal (home) on 24 September 2021, Espanyol (away) on 02 October 2021 and Atlethic Bilbao (home) on 16 October 2021. Mallorca play Osasuna (home) on 25 September 2021, Levante (home) on 01 October 2021 and Real Sociedad (away) on 16 October 2021.