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Real Madrid vs. Osasuna live: what time do they play and where to watch it on LaLiga

Real Madrid vs. Osasuna will face each other this Saturday, October 7, 2023 for the ninth day of LaLiga EA Sports at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium. The match will be broadcast by Movistar LaLiga and DirecTV signals. Find out what time they play, possible lineups and more about this important commitment. Likewise, in El Comercio you will find the minute by minute with all the incidents in real time.

WHEN DOES REAL MADRID PLAY VS. OSASUNA

The duel for date 9 of LaLiga EA Sports between Real Madrid vs. Osasuna will be played this Saturday, October 7, 2023 at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium.

WHAT TIME DOES REAL MADRID PLAY VS. OSASUNA

The match between Real Madrid vs. Osasuna is scheduled to be played starting at 9:15 (Peruvian time). We leave you the schedules of other countries so you don’t miss this important match.

  • Mexico: 8:15 hours
  • Ecuador: 9:15 hours
  • Colombia: 9:15 hours
  • Bolivia: 10:15 hours
  • Venezuela: 10:15 am
  • Chile: 10:15 a.m.
  • Argentina: 11:15 am
  • Paraguay: 11:15 am
  • Uruguay: 11:15 am
  • Brazil: 11:15 a.m.

ON WHICH CHANNEL DO THEY TRANSMIT REAL MADRID VS. OSASUNA

The match between Real Madrid vs. Osasuna for date 9 of LaLiga EA Sports will be broadcast on DirecTV, DAZN and Movistar LaLiga signals. Also, you can follow the minute by minute on the DT El Comercio website.

WHERE TO SEE REAL MADRID VS. OSASUNA VIA STREAMING

So you can watch the online broadcast of the match between Real Madrid vs. Osasuna online via free streaming, you will have to create an account in DGO and LaLiga+.

Three-game suspension for Real Madrid captain Nacho

The captain of Real Madrid, Nacho Fernández has been sanctioned with a three-match suspension for his harsh tackle on Girona player Cristian Portugués ‘Portu’ on Saturday in a match on matchday 8 of the league.

Nacho has been suspended for “playing a dangerous game causing damage that impairs the powers of the offended party,” the Competition Committee, the disciplinary body of the Spanish Federation (RFEF), stated this Tuesday in its resolution.

Nacho was sent off in stoppage time (90+4) of the match that Real Madrid won 3-0 in Girona for a harsh tackle on Portu above the ankle. The Girona player had to be taken off on a stretcher.

The referee initially cautioned Nacho with yellow, but after reviewing the play in the VAR he sent off the Real Madrid player.

Nacho later apologized publicly and privately for his entry.

“I want to apologize to Portu for an involuntary action in the game. Today and in my entire career I never had the intention of harming anyone. I hope you can recover well and quickly,” Nacho then published on his Instagram account.

“Nacho has apologized and they have accepted them. He doesn’t have to do more. As I said, it was a lack of lucidity. The issue ends there,” Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti said on Monday, asked about the action of his player.

Portu suffered, as a consequence of the entry, bone edema in the tibial malleolus of the right ankle and a muscle tear in the left part of the buttock, Girona reported, specifying that “evolution will determine his availability.”

Source: Elcomercio

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