Real Madrid staged a comeback from a 2-0 deficit against Almeria, securing a 3-2 victory with a late winner from Dani Carvajal, orchestrated by Jude Bellingham.

The match featured VAR controversy, with three crucial decisions favoring Real Madrid in a span of twelve minutes.

Almeria initially took a 2-0 lead in the first half, exposing Real Madrid's vulnerabilities.

However, VAR interventions, including a Bellingham penalty and Carvajal's dramatic header in the 99th minute, turned the game in Real Madrid's favor.

Almeria's manager, Gaizka Gaitano, received a red card for protesting the VAR decisions, adding to his team's frustration.

Despite holding a lead against the La Liga leaders, Almeria remains winless and 10 points adrift from safety.

Real Madrid reclaimed the top spot in the league, though Girona had a chance to close the gap.

The article highlighted Almeria's strong performance, particularly their front three, causing problems for Real Madrid's defense.

VAR decisions, including a disallowed goal and a controversial equalizer by Vinicius off his arm, fueled debates and conspiracy theories.

Bellingham's pivotal role was evident as he struggled in the first half but played a crucial part in Real Madrid's second-half resurgence, converting a penalty and providing the assist for Carvajal's winning goal.

The match's outcome disappointed Almeria, who had executed a smart game plan against the reigning Supercopa de Espana champions.

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