Real Madrid left the host Cadiz in tears within 10 minutes of Karim Benzema’s old bone magic. The champions won the La Liga match 3-0 on Wednesday night (April 21). Karim Benzema scored a pair of goals, followed by Alvaro Odriosola.
With this victory, Los Blancos have risen to the top of the La Liga points list again. Atletico Madrid dropped to two as they trailed by 60 points.
Real stumbled in a goalless draw with Getafe on Sunday, and the win made up for the loss. They ran for the La Liga title and reached a tough position again.
Real took the lead in the 30th minute through Benzema’s penalty. Vinicius Jr. was thrown into the box by Isaac Sarsellen of Cিজdiz. The referee decides the penalty with the help of the Assistant Referee (VAR).
Adriozola doubled the lead in three minutes. The Spanish rightback scored a header from Benzema’s perfect cross. Then in the 40th minute, Benzema scored his second goal with a great finish from Casimiro’s cross. This was his 21st goal in the league this season.
It’s not that Cadiz didn’t fight either. They took 14 shots equal to Real. But he could not score a single goal. In the end, the team left the field with a 3-0 goal rate at home.
With efficient economic management and high remittance inflows, Bangladesh will return to strong economic growth. Such a forecast has been made by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP). According to the agency, Bangladesh’s GDP growth will be 7.2 percent in the 2020-21 fiscal year.
The report titled ‘Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific-2021’ was released last Tuesday. It reviews the impact of Corona on the economies of 50 countries in the region and the economic situation.
Among the South Asian countries, India’s growth will be 7.0 percent in 2020-21, the report said. Afghanistan will grow by 4.4 per cent, Bhutan by 3.5 per cent, Maldives by 9.9 per cent, Nepal by 0.8 per cent, Pakistan by 1.5 per cent and Sri Lanka by 4.3 per cent. According to the report, the economic base of Bangladesh was strong in the pre-Kavid period. The government has benefited from efficient economic management and high inflows of remittances. The impact of Kavid on the economy of Bangladesh is less than many.