Militao and Casemiro gave Real Madrid the win against Osasuna

 Eder Militao and Casemiro demonstrated the impossible legends as Real Madrid reacted to Atletico Madrid's prior triumph by acquiring a 2-0 success over Osasuna. 

An exciting LaLiga title race seemed to turn in support of Atleti after a vivacious Osasuna show held Madrid under control for quite a bit of Saturday's late game, yet Zinedine Zidane's group struck in the 76th moment. 

Militao, who had recently been denied by Sergio Herrera, headed home from Isco's conveyance to grab an imperative success and pull Los Blancos inside two places of pioneers Atleti, maintaining the tension on Barcelona and Sevilla meanwhile. 

It was a savage blow for Osasuna, who had glanced in great situation to end a 16-year losing streak at Madrid, and Casemiro's chance completion fixed the outcome. 

Making his initial beginning since January, Eden Hazard had an early sighter, twisting over the edge of the objective after a driving run from the left. 

Danger went nearer still in the 26th moment, drawing a splendid save from Herrera with a short proximity volley. 

Herrera pulled off another heavenly prevent from the subsequent corner, flicking Militao's objective bound header over, with Vinicius Junior hammering into the side netting before long. 

Osasuna thought they had squeezed the lead on the stroke of half-time, just for Chimy Avila's fine header to be refused for offside. 

Militao streaked an aerobatic endeavor over the bar after the restart, with substitute Rodrygo Goes arrowing a fresh exertion only wide in the 67th moment. 

Mentor Zidane before long went to Isco, and the playmaker promptly reimbursed the confidence, cutting in a corner from which Militao sent a transcending header into the correct corner. 

The focuses were fixed four minutes after the fact – Benzema slipping a flawless pass through for Casemiro, whose substantial first touch wrong-footed Herrera and adjusted a well deserved win.

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