FT: Valencia 2-2 Real Madrid, Vinicius Jr Scores BRACE [VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS]

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Real Madrid settled for a dramatic 2-2 draw against Valencia in LaLiga matchday 27 clash, MySportDab reports.

Valencia rattled Real Madrid with a quickfire double scored in three minutes by Duro and Yaremchuk in the 27th and 30th minute.

A tawdry back pass by Valverde saw the home side caught out by the visitors on a counter. Folquier found Perez with a cross from the byline. Perez then located Duro, who positioned well to head home the opener and give Valencia the lead.

It was a destabilizing goal for Real Madrid. Surprisingly, the Los Blancos seemed to be in disarray after conceding. They could not muster a few minutes of possession. Valencia, buoyed by a roaring home fans, were on top of their game.

Despite taking the lead, they marked out the LaLiga title hopefuls, closed up spaces, and were on the ascendancy going forward.

Carlo Ancelotti looked distraught on the touchline as his side collapsed like a pack of cards under Valencia’s constant onslaughts.

It was just a matter of time before the hosts doubled the lead and they did just three minutes after Duro’s opener.

Another defensive blunder saw the Los Blancos lose their guards and get punished. Under-pressure Carvajal had attempted to pass back the ball to Lunin but his rickety effort was intercepted by Yaremchuk, who rounded Lunin to make it 2-0.

The LaLiga giants went two goals down in a flash. At the stroke of half-time, Vinicius Jr came up clutch for the visitors slotting home Rodrygo’s pass to reduce the deficit.

Valencia finished the first half with a more clinical performance than Real Madrid despite having their two-goal lead slashed at the death.

It was nearly a barren second half as Valencia made efforts to defend the lead while Real Madrid were on the ascendancy.

In the 76th minute, an unmarked Vinicius Jr headed home Brahim Diaz’s cross to bag his brace and nail home the equaliser.

At the stroke of the game, Real Madrid scored again through Jude Bellingham but center-referee Gil Manzano had already blown the final whistle and the goal ruled out.

The match ended with Real Madrid dropping points as they settled for a dramatic 2-2 draw at the Mestalla.

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