Watch 'inhuman' Valverde score amazing solo goal as he runs from own half and fires thunderbolt in 4-1 win over Mallorca | The Sun

FEDE VALVERDE scored a sensational solo goal as Real Madrid beat RCD Mallorca 4-1 this afternoon.

Carlo Ancelotti's side found themselves 1-0 down via a Vedat Muriqi strike, before Valverde came to the rescue.

The Uruguayan received the ball from Dani Ceballos deep inside his own half on the stroke of half-time.

He then embarked on a sublime, slaloming run – leaving a string of Mallorca players trailing in his wake.

As he reached the penalty area he manoeuvred onto his left foot and readied a shot at goal.

His strike left goalkeeper Predrag Rajkovic with no chance, arrowing into the top corner.


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The amazing goal sent the Bernabeu into bedlam – with Valverde's team-mates rushing to congratulate him on his ingenuity.

Madrid went into the half-time break level at 1-1, before grinding down their opponents' resistance in the second 45.

Mallorca held firm until the 72nd minute, before Vinicius Jr broke their defences.

The Brazilian was teed up by compatriot Rodrygo, shimmying brilliantly on the edge of the box to work a yard of space before dinking the ball beyond Rajkovic.

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Rodrygo then got in on the act himself late on – sensationally dribbling through Mallorca's defence before rifling a shot into the back of the net.

Antonio Rudiger turned the match into a rout in stoppage time, his volley goal being given after a VAR check.

The victory saw Madrid climb back ahead of Barcelona to the top of the LaLiga table.

Ancelotti and Co have won all five of their games thus far, while Barca have achieved four triumphs and one draw.

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