La Real equalised as Mikel Merino smashed the ball past Thibaut Courtois to level the game at 1-1, following a disallowed goal for offside.
Sociedad were awarded a penalty in the first half after Los Blancos defender Jesus Vallejo handled on the line but failed to convert. They took the lead in the 57th minute when
Here's 90min's breakdown of the game.
Starting XI: Rulli (7); Zaldua (7), Moreno (7), Llorente (7), Munoz (6); Pardo (7), Zubeldia (7), Merino (8);
Substitutions: Januzaj (7),
Key Talking Point
Normally, it is the goalkeeper who saves a certain goal with his hands. Los Blancos centre-back
Starting XI: Courtois (6); Carvajal (6), Vallejo (4), Nacho (5), Marcelo (6); Isco (6), Casemiro (5), Kroos (6); Asensio (5), Benzema (5), Diaz (8)*
Substitutions: Modric (6), Vazquez (5), Vinicius (5)
Star Man - Brahim Diaz
At the tender age of 19, Diaz looked threatening and worth every penny of the £15.5m Real Madrid paid Manchester City in January to bring him to the club.
He was a constant thorn in the side of the Real Sociedad defence, and in particular, full-back
1 - Brahim Díaz has scored his first goal for Real Madrid in all competitions (10 appearances). Magic. pic.twitter.com/6OsFtD6c58— OptaJose (@OptaJose) May 12, 2019
Los Blancos welcome Real Betis to the Santiago Bernabeu in their final La Liga match of the season. For some of Madrid's players, this may be their last appearance in the famous white shirt as Zidane looks to revamp his squad this summer.