Real Madrid's Season so Far in 10 Pictures
Real Madrid has had some ups and downs, but the season can still go either way.
Despite having a 10-point lead in the league, nothing is over yet, and Real Madrid is still focused on both La Liga and the Champions League.
Let's take a look at some of the sweetest and toughest moments of the season for Jose Mourinho, Cristiano Ronaldo and the rest of the Real Madrid squad.
1. Real Madrid vs. Barcelona, Super Cup
Cristiano Ronaldo bitterly argued with Andres Iniesta during the second leg game. Real Madrid fell behind and lost, 5-4, on aggregate.
2. Real Zaragoza vs. Real Madrid
In the first league game of the season. Real Madrid kicked off their season with a thumping 6-0 win away from home.
Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated with his teammates after completing his first hat trick of the season.
3. Dinamo Zagreb vs. Real Madrid
Real Madrid started their Champions League campaign with a victory over Dinamo in Zagreb. This was also the first time the red third kit was used in a competitive.
Pictured left, Angel Di Maria celebrated after scoring the first and only goal of the match.
4. Levante vs. Real Madrid
5. Real Madrid vs. Osasuna
Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated his second hat trick of the season in this game.
Ronaldo's hat trick inspired Real Madrid to go goal-crazy with Pepe (1), Gonzalo Higuain (1) and Karim Benzema (2) completing a fantastic 7-1 victory.
6. Real Madrid vs. Barcelona, La Liga
Frustration summed up this match, as Los Blancos once again fell victim to the all-conquering Barcelona.
This time, it was 3-1 at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.
7. Real Madrid vs. Barcelona, Copa Del Rey
8. Real Madrid vs. Levante
9. Real Madrid vs. CSKA Moscow
10. Injury Woes
Throughout the season, Real Madrid has had problems with injuries.
Nuri Sahin, Marcelo, Gonzalo Higuain, Hamit Altintop and most lately Angel Di Maria and Karim Benzema have all had some injuries during the season.
But Real Madrid remains at the top of the league and is pushing toward a 10th UEFA Champions League title.
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Despite the injury problems and losses to Barcelona, Jose Mourinho has multiple reasons to be satisfied in Madrid.
His team will probably win the league and is still in the hunt for the illustrious Champions League title.
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