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Real Madrid Sending Mixed Messages Amid Improvements and the Same Old Errors

Back to winning ways, a six-goal haul and a 22-match unbeaten streak—it's funny how 90 minutes can change the entire outlook for a club, least of all one as big and as prone to wild mood swings as Real Madrid. Saturday's victory over Real Betis sent Los Blancos back to the top of La Liga, joint with Atletico Madrid at this early stage of the campaign, and gave plenty of reasons for manager Zinedine Zidane to be pleased with his players after an international break that saw his side exposed to headlines and question marks following four successive draws.
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