Real Madrid entered El Riazor to face off with last-place Deportivo La Coruna in what would prove to be a thrilling encounter. After conceding early, Los Blancos needed a miraculous comeback to seal three points.
The first half gave fans an exciting showing from Deportivo as they took the lead from terrific offensive play. But the Turk's attack continued to make things very difficult for the Madrid defense.
In the second half, Jose Mourinho made a triple substitution in hopes of pulling back the rug for a victory. The move was successful and Los Blancos walked away 2-1 winners.
But the performance at El Riazor was not one that Madridistas will be proud of. Against the league's worst defense, a comeback should not have been necessary.
In this article we will take a look at six things we learned from Real Madrid's comeback.