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Real Madrid vs Union Berlin: times, how to watch on - AS USA 13 hours ago — Soccer fans in the United States will be able to stream the game live on fuboTV, which offers users a free trial. What time does Real Madrid vs ... "[citation needed] He became the youngest player – 17 years and 124 days – ever to play for the senior side, though the record was broken by Alberto Rivera later that same season. On 29 October 1994, in an away game against Real Zaragoza at La Romareda, he created a goal for strike partner Iván Zamorano, heralding the demise of Butragueño in the process. [citation needed] The next week, Raúl scored his first goal in his second senior game on a home debut against Madrid rivals and former youth club Atlético Madrid in a bitter derby match. [17] Fully establishing himself as a fixture in the first team, Raúl registered a total of nine goals in 28 appearances to help Real Madrid win the 1994–95 league championship in his first season. Real Madrid vs Union Berlin: Live stream, TV Channel 17 hours ago — Real Madrid won their last La Liga game, beating Real Sociedad 2-1 at the Bernabeu. Goals from Federico Valverde and Joselu for Madrid, and a ...


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