Carlo Ancelotti praised the depth of his Real Madrid squad as they once again rallied from behind to secure a victory, defeating Las Palmas 2-1 on Saturday and reclaiming the top spot in LaLiga.

Javi Muñoz initially put Las Palmas in the lead at the Gran Canaria Stadium, but goals from Vinícius Júnior and substitute Aurélien Tchouaméni secured the victory for Madrid. Jude Bellingham was absent due to suspension.

Madrid's win marks the second consecutive game in which they've rallied from behind, following last week's 3-2 victory against Almería.

This marks the sixth instance they've accomplished this feat in the ongoing LaLiga season, along with three occurrences in the Champions League and one in the Spanish Supercopa.

"In a news conference, Madrid coach Ancelotti highlighted, 'It's a resource we possess, with substitutes on the bench who come in highly motivated to make a difference,' regarding his team's capability to reverse game situations.

"We aim to capitalize on that aspect in our arsenal, although naturally, we prefer to take the lead and relish the transitional moments a bit more."

"But it doesn't always happen that way."

"When that doesn't happen, I can glance at the bench and find numerous options to alter the course of the game because every player is ready for it."

A cautious first half sparked into action after the break when Muñoz put Las Palmas in the lead. Ancelotti credited that goal as the pivotal moment in the match.

"Allowing the goal shifted the momentum of the game," he added.