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Villarreal forward Gerard Moreno levelled from the spot in the 76th minute after substitute Samuel Chukwueze had been felled by Madrid keeper Thibaut Courtois, who also let in three penalties in the defeat at Valencia two weeks ago.
Unai Emery's Villarreal were much improved in the second half and had spurned numerous chances before Moreno's leveller.
They went searching for a winner and almost found one through Japanese teenager Takefusa Kubo, who is on loan from Madrid, but Courtois stood firm to make the save.
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Having watched Villarreal fail to trouble the target with any of their prior eight attempts, Courtois made the mistake of unnecessarily involving himself in play, costing his side two points.
Madrid visit Inter on Wednesday in a huge game for both sides. Villarreal VIL. Real Madrid RMA. Form team: Elche.
Last 6 matches stats 6. Real Madrid Stats. Form team: Real Madrid. Last matches Villarreal. Villarreal 0 - 0 Elche. Sivasspor 0 - 1 Villarreal.
Real Sociedad 1 - 1 Villarreal. Maccabi Tel Aviv 1 - 1 Villarreal. Villarreal 1 - 1 Real Madrid. Getafe 1 - 3 Villarreal. Villarreal 4 - 0 Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Villarreal 2 - 0 Valladolid. Last matches Real Madrid. Sevilla 0 - 1 Real Madrid. Shakhtar Donetsk 2 - 0 Real Madrid. Real Madrid 1 - 2 Alaves.
Inter 0 - 2 Real Madrid. Valencia 4 - 1 Real Madrid. Real Madrid 3 - 2 Inter. Real Madrid 4 - 1 Huesca. What a save from Courtois to stop Kubo from stealing the points, with the on-loan Real man latching onto Moreno's pass on the break before having a shot saved by the Belgian.
Change for the hosts, with Mario Gaspar, who had been down for a minute or so before the sub, goes off for Ruben Pena.
Moi Gomez is also replaced by Take Kubo. Another change for the visitors, with Asensio coming on for Mariano Diaz, the goalscorer for Madrid. Moreno should have netted his second of the night there.
Kroos again is poor in midfield and concedes possession, and the ball is fed to Moreno who is free. But he takes so long to set himself that Varane is able to come in and turn the ball away for a corner.
Madrid have responded well since the goal, and are pinning Villarreal back but as yet have to test Asenjo since conceding.
Moreno restores parity here, converting from the spot into the bottom left corner. Courtois once again is furious he does not save it, given that he appeared to get a hand to it.
A definite penalty, and a chance for the hosts to draw level after Courtois makes contact with Chukwueze, who has been excellent since coming on.
There is the danger for the hosts as they push forward, as Lucas Vazquez, who had Modric free to his right, tests Asenjo with a curling effort which the keeper parries behind for a corner.
The latest chance sees Raul Albiol, the former Madrid defender, scuff a shot wide after more good work from Estupinan and Chukwueze. Estupinan, the substitute, races down the left and cuts it back into the box.
The former Valencia man races onto the ball and goes with the sidefoot, but drags it well wide in the end. Couple of tasty challenges which have resulted in stoppages in the last few minutes.
Zidane responds with a double change of his own, with the ineffective Hazard and Odegaard withdrawn for Vinicus Junior and Isco. Immediate involvement for Chukwueze, who comes off the right, plays a one-two with Parejo before blazing over the bar.
But that is better than most of what Villarreal have produced so far. Lucas Vazquez may have been a bit anonymous in the first half but he has been excellent so far this period, fizzing a ball into Mariano which he is just unable to control.
Kubo and Chukwueze warming up for the hosts and it looks like the introductions are needed, with the visitors having the next shot, but a tired shot from Odegaard is easily blocked by Albiol.
Frustration boiling for Villarreal here, as Moreno is penalised for a foul on Nacho with the hosts looking to break after Asenjo had collected Lucas Vazquez's cross.
Couple of nearly moments from both sides. Moreno controls a long ball well but takes too long to feed Bacca and Nacho intercepts.
At the other end Lucas Vazquez curls over from a Mariano cut back before the central striker is flagged offside.
Looks like Emery has told his side to move further up the pitch and they have maintained possession so far but with little success at this very early stage of the second half.
It is Zinedine Zidane's men who kick us off again in Villarreal, and are 45 minutes away from a very important win. Can Emery's men turn things around?
Villareal have been really impressive this season. Except against Barcelona when they were abysmal and this first half against Real Madrid where they've not been good.
As you can imagine, many of the half-time stats are about today's goalscorer, who has the best goalscoring average of the current squad and third this century behind Ronaldo and Morata, who averaged a goal every 81 and 91 minutes for the club respectively.
A half which has only seen a handful of moments come to an end. It began ever so brightly when Mariano Diaz netted his sixth goal in seven Madrid starts.
It is the forward's first start since May but two minutes in he stole in ahead of Mario Gaspar to head past Sergio Asenjo.
Many of the hosts defence stopped after a brief raising of the flag from the assistant for offside against Lucas Vazquez in the build-up, and that allowed the goal.
So far so good for Zidane with all the issues he had before the game.