Real Madrid were let off the hook by their goalscorers.
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Real Madrid needed a stoppage-time winner from Brazilian midfielder Casemiro to move back within 12 points of La Liga leaders Barcelona with an unconvincing 2-1 win at Las Palmas Sunday.However, Casemiro punished some atrocious marking to head home the winner before Ramos was sent off for the 20th time in his Madrid career late on.Cristiano Ronaldo then fluffed his best chance to increase his lead over Luis Suarez in the fight to be La Liga's top scorer as he fired too close to Javi Varas.However, Madrid did take the lead from the resulting corner as Ramos rose highest to head home Isco's delivery.There was still time for Ramos to see red for the first time in two years for a second bookable offense.
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