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BARCELONA---Real Madrid s sec-
ond straight five-goal perform-
ance under new coach Zinedine
Zidane to dispatch Sporting Gijon
5-1 yesterday came at the high
price of losing both Gareth Bale
and Karim Benzema to injury.
The injuries in the Spanish league
match put a damper on another dom-
inant showing by Zidane s team,
which followed its 5-0 win against
Deportivo La Coruna in his debut
with a first-half explosion that starkly
contrasted with Madrid s 0-0 draw
at Sporting under predecessor Rafa
Benitez to start the season.
"It s a fantastic start. It s not easy
to score five goals," said Zidane. "I
know what we are capable of and
what we are going to do in the future.
This is only the beginning. I expect
a lot more from this team."
While Madrid revelled in its lop-
sided result, Atletico Madid quietly
churned out another no-nonsense
win, 3-0 at Las Palmas, to retain its
Diego Simeone s team applied the
same formula that has the 2014
champions at the front of the title
hunt. Goalkeeper Jan Oblak kept a
fourth straight clean sheet --- he has
only conceded three goals in eight
away games this season --- while
Antoine Griezmann scored a second-
half double from two assists by Jorge
"Koke" Resurreccion after Filipe Luis
got Atletico s first goal.
In the capital, Bale opened the
floodgates in the seventh minute
before Cristiano Ronaldo and Ben-
zema then netted their 15th and 16th
goals this season to rise past Barcelona
pair Neymar and Luis Suarez as the
competition s top scorers.
Ronaldo said that the team has
immediately clicked with Zidane in
a way it never did under Benitez.
"The players are more motivated
with Zizou," Ronaldo said. "(He) has
given the team a boost. Seriously,
there are some coaches that you have
more empathy with than others. I
never had a bad opinion of Rafa, (but)
he sees football in a different way
than Zizou. (Zidane) is relaxed, he is
friendly with the players."
Madrid momentarily moved into
second place. Defending champion
Barcelona is one point behind Madrid
with two games to play.
Bale picked up from his three-goal
outing in Zidane s first match in
charge with another strong showing,
as he helped earn a corner kick that
he then headed home from Toni
Madrid --- real
PARIS---Monaco moved up to
second place in the French league
after winning 2-0 at Lorient yes-
terday, with both goals coming
in an improved second-half per-
Promising midfielder Thomas
Lemar put Monaco ahead with a
shot that crashed in off the under-
side of the crossbar in the 54th
minute, and Portugal midfielder
Joao Moutinho curled in an excel-
lent free kick four minutes later.
"It was a tough game against a
good passing side," Monaco centre
half Andrea Raggi said.
Lorient played better in the first
half but striker Benjamin Jeannot
failed to muster a shot on target.
"I don t know how we lost this
game, they created absolutely
nothing in the first half," Lorient
defender Francois Bellugou said.
"Once they scored early in the sec-
ond half we were all a bit stunned."
Monaco is two points ahead of
third-place Angers but trails run-
away league leader Paris Saint-
Germain by a massive 21 points.
PSG won 1-0 at Toulouse on Sat-
urday thanks to a late header from
Elsewhere, Marseille moved pro-
visionally up to seventh place with
a much-needed 3-1 win away to
Normandy side Caen.
Marseille had drawn its previous
four league matches, and also lost
2-1 at Toulouse midweek in the
League Cup quarterfinals.
But Spanish coach Michel s team
got off to a good start when Bel-
gium striker Michy Batshuayi put
the visitors ahead in the 12th
minute, finishing from close range
after good work from midfielder
Having grabbed his 12th league
goal of the season, Batshuayi
missed a great chance to make it
2-0 in the 28th when he volleyed
wide from Bouna Sarr s cross.
Batshuayi then turned provider
in the 60th, latching onto a pass
from midfielder Barrada and set-
ting up winger Georges-Kevin
But Marseille s defense fell asleep
moments later and forward Ronny
Rodelin was left unmarked to head
in Julien Feret s free-kick
Marseille rallied and, after
Nkoudou and Sarr both missed
chances in quick succession, Sarr
wrapped up the win in the 83rd
when he volleyed in a cross from
midfielder Alaixys Romao.
Later Sunday, Saint-Etienne
hosts local rival Lyon.
Monaco goes second in French league
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