Real Madrid secure its first victory of the season in the Uefa Champions’ League group A game with a hard fought 1-0 victory over Galatasaray in Turkey.
Eden Hazard set up Toni Kroos for the winning goal in the 18th minute, but Madrid struggled to extend the lead over the Turkish side.
After gaining one point from its first two games, Madrid cruise into second place behind Paris Saint-Germain with 5point and 2points above Club Brugge while Galatasaray sit at the bottom of the groups with 1point.
PSG defeated Brugge 5-0 away in the other group game tonight.
Florin Andone could have given the host early lead but his short was parried twice by Thibaut Courtois.
Eden Hazard could have doubled the lead for Los Blancos in the second half but his short hit the bar.
On the other hand, Tottenham also follow suit with its first victory with an emphatic 5-0 trash to Red Star Belgrade.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side were mauled 7-2 in the first group B home match by Bayern Munich and had a 2-2 draw against Olympiacos in the second group game Harry Kane’s header and brace from Son Heung-min gave the home side a three goal lead in the first half with Eric Lamela and another from Harry Kane sealed home side first victory.
The much needed victory for Tottenham has placed them one point above the away side who has 3 and 5 points behind Bayern Munich who sit at the top of the group with 9 points.