Atlético de Madrid started the game more proactively, dominating the ball and creating more dangerous chances, but it was Real Madrid who opened the scoring thanks to a goal from Brazilian Rodrigo in their first chance at Civitas Metropolitano. Uruguay’s Fede Valverde doubled the advantage in the 18th minute and in the 36th minute.
Real Madrid had two chances and both goals. Both are spawned by a wall that breaks through the red and white defenses. Blow for the local team, who, between goals and goals, kept trying, but without success.