Iker Casillas Blasts Benzema, Vinicius and 1 Other Real Madrid Star After Frustrating Draw
- Real Madrid's draw to Real Sociedad means Barcelona now have a five-point lead at the top of La Liga
- The disappointing result has sparked outrage from club legend Iker Casillas, who faulted Benzema and two other stars for the 0-0 draw
- Despite dominating the game, Los Blancos could not score
Spanish football icon Iker Casillas has reaped into Real Madrid's attacking trio following their goalless draw with Real Sociedad.
Los Blancos' impressive start to the season has been punctuated by a chain of inconsistent performances causing the club to lose ground on leaders Barcelona.
Largely due to Madrid's front-three profligacy. The current attacking machinery comprising skipper Karim Benzema, Rodrygo and Vinicius Junior was guilty of spurning big chances as Madrid dropped two valuable points on Sunday.
The disappointing La Liga outing left a bitter taste in the mouth of club legend Iker Casillas, who was frustrated with the team's current attacking trio.
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Expressing his frustrations, the retired goalkeeper took to social media to lay into Madrid's blunt attack.
''These three guys who play at the top of Real Madrid drive me nuts…'' the 41-year-old wrote as quoted by Sportskeeda.
Real Madrid's performance vs Sociedad
Carlo Ancelotti's charges completely dominated the game against Sociedad, recording 61 per cent of the ball possession.
The defending Spanish champions mustered 20 goal attempts, including seven on target but failed to find the much-needed goal.
Benzema equals Raul record
Nonetheless, Karim Benzema continues to write his name into Real Madrid's record books.
The French striker endured a difficult start to the new season as a result of injuries but has slowly found his way back to goal-scoring form for the team.
The volley took Benzema to 228 goals for Real Madrid in La Liga alone, drawing him level with Raul. He also surpassed Real Madrid legend, Alfredo di Stefano's tally of 227.
Real Madrid drop points with draw
Sports Brief earlier reported that Real Sociedad goalkeeper Alex Remiro made a string of fine saves to frustrate Real Madrid in a 0-0 draw Sunday, leaving Barcelona five points clear at the top of La Liga.
After the Catalan giants beat Girona on Saturday Los Blancos needed to win to stay three points behind their rivals in the title race, but Remiro ensured otherwise, keeping third-place La Real on the champions' tail.
Vinicius had a string of good chances thwarted by Remiro among other Madrid chances, as Carlo Ancelotti's charges sparkled but failed to find the much-needed goal their performance deserved.
Source: Sports Brief News