La Liga giants Real Madrid install TV screens on urinals at Santiago Bernabeu

La Liga giants Real Madrid install TV screens on urinals at Santiago Bernabeu

- Real Madrid have become the second La Liga club to install TV screens on urinals at Santiago Bernabeu

- Fans will now have a rare chance to watch every minute of action as it happens at the pitch whenever one finds himself in the washroom

- Leganes have already implemented a similar system and it appears to have gone down well with fans

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La Liga giants Real Madrid have decided to go a tad higher and introduce TV screens on their urinals at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.

The move will see fans earn a rare opportunity of watching every minute of action as it happens at the Bernabeu whenever one finds himself in the washroom.

Photos of the new facelift at the stadium have since surfaced online, eliciting excitement among social media users.

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However, as intriguing as that may sound, Real Madrid are not the first club to implement the system, with Spanish topflight side Leganese among the few clubs who have mounted TV screens on urinals in their Estadio Municipal de Butarque.

Meanwhile, Los Blancos bounced back to winning ways on Saturday, November 3 after recording a 2-0 win over Real Valladolid.

An own goal from Kiko Olivas and Sergio Ramos' penalty shot two minutes to stoppage time earned the European champions a vital victory.

They currently sit sixth with 17 points under the tutelage of Santiago Solari , seven behind leaders, Barcelona.

Solari took over from sacked Julen Lopetegui on interim basis as Madrid shops for a formidable replacement for the Spaniard.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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