Real Madrid has gained some confidence again on Saturday evening after this week's embarrassment in the Copa del Rey.

The team of trainer Zinedine Zidane, who was missing in Vitoria-Gasteiz due to a positive corona test, won the away match against Deportivo Alavés in La Liga with 1-4.

Casemiro signed for the opening goal after fifteen minutes by heading after a cross from Toni Kroos, after which Real scored twice more just before half time.

Karim Benzema shot in the 0-2 in the 41st minute and Eden Hazard increased the margin in injury time to three.

With that, the match seemed decided, although Alavés made the 1-3 through Joselu in the 59th minute.

It didn't get exciting after that.

Benzema signed his second goal of the game and his tenth league goal of the season twenty minutes before time.

Due to the big victory, Real had a good end to a turbulent week.

The 'Royal' was eliminated on Wednesday evening in the third round of the Copa del Rey after extension by Alcoyano, who plays at the third level of Spain.

Real comes through the second victory of this calendar year on forty points, four less than leader and fellow townsman Atlético Madrid.

The team of trainer Diego Simeone has played two matches less than the formation of Zidane.

Earlier on Saturday evening, Sevilla won 3-0 against Cádiz CF through a hat-trick by Youssef En Nesyri.

Luuk de Jong's competitor scored for the home team in the 35th, 39th and 62nd minutes.

De Jong and Karim Rekik sat on the bench for ninety minutes at Sevilla, which as number three has four points less than Real.

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