Rare Kroos goal helps Madrid to comeback win over Napoli

Rare Kroos goal helps Madrid to comeback win over Napoli

Rare Kroos goal helps Madrid to comeback win over Napoli

The visitors went ahead in the first half via a superb Lorenzo Insigne strike which caught Goalkeeper Keylor Navas sleeping.

Napoli will host the second leg on 7 March, in Italy. Karim Benzema has since equalized for Real Madrid as we approach halftime.

Among the expected 10 000 strong travelling support will be Napoli's greatest ever player as Maradona arrived in Madrid on Monday.

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Benzema might have had another, but the impressive Reina diverted his shot onto the post, after an excellent cross from Ronaldo. Ronaldo skipped his way brilliantly beyond Kalidou Koulibaly and into the area from the right, and his measured pass back to the edge of the area was promptly swept into Reina's bottom-left corner by the arriving Kroos. He had a quieter second half as Madrid rested in their 3-1 lead, but there was warm applause for the ex-Lyon player when he was substituted for Morata with time nearly up.

Attentions has now turned towards the European clash at home to Napoli on Wednesday night and Ramos, who has scored six times from 13 league appearances this term, says every player is enjoying life under Zidane.

Napoli valiantly attempted to play the football that has seen them lauded by so many this season, but after such a quick double punch from Madrid, they struggled for momentum.

At that point it looked like it could be a long evening for Napoli, but the Italians were in no mood to lie down and took the lead to cap a frenetic opening after eight minutes.

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