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The Russians went ahead against the Real Madrid with an incredible goal at 64 seconds.
With the result, the Muscovite cast was the leader of Group G.
CSKA Moscow gave one of the surprises of the day in the second date of the group stage of the Champions League, after beat Real Madrid 1-0 current three-time champion of the competition, with a incredible goal at 64 seconds.
The result left the Real Madrid coach in a bind, Julen Lopetegui, who faces his first crisis since he took office, then, the “meringues” have three duels without scoring, a record that has not happened for 11 years, with the Italian Fabio Capello in the bank.
The bad feelings started from the very start, because Nikola Vlasic needed a minute to surprise Keylor Navas. This was the second fastest goal that Real Madrid receives in its history in the Champions. The first one did the Dutch Roy Makaay in 2006 by Bayern Munich.
After Vlasic's goal, Lopetegui's team tried again and again, although three times the club avoided parity.
In the outcome, CSKA feared the worst, because they played eight minutes of aggregate time and the goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev was sent off. However, they managed to resist the last moments with the numerical disadvantage to take a historic victory.
On the next date, Real Madrid will have a chance to redeem itself when they receive the modest Viktoria Plzen at the “Santiago Bernabéu”; CSKA, on the other hand, will travel to Italy to face AS Roma.