Confirmed: Real Madrid’s 22-man squad for Valencia clash
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by Nils Wagner
1y ago
Real Madrid have published the 22-man squad that will take on Valencia on Saturday night at the Santiago Bernabéu (21:00 CET), corresponding to matchday 20 of the 2021/22 LaLiga season. The great news is the return of Vinicius Jr, who has recovered from COVID-19 and tested negative. The Brazilian returned to full training and will be available for tomorrow’s match. Gareth Bale is struggling with a back issue, delaying his return to action. Dani Carvajal is also still injured while Mariano is waiting for an MRI scan to determine the severity of his hamstring injury that he suffered in the midwe ..read more
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Ancelotti: “We have to play like we did before Christmas”
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by Nils Wagner
1y ago
Carlo Ancelotti faced the media on Friday afternoon via a videoconference to preview Real Madrid’s next match against Valencia, taking place tomorrow night at the Santiago Bernabéu (21:00 CET). The boss was asked about Valencia’s style of play, his thoughts on the recent Copa del Rey draw, Hazard & more. TOMORROW’S MATCH “I’m expecting a game against a team that’s having a good season, is very organised, and we have to get back to playing how we were before the Christmas break. The team is in pretty good shape and we’ve got a few players back who were out with niggles. We’re focused on win ..read more
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Match Report: Celta Vigo 1-3 Real Madrid
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by Muddassir Hussain
1y ago
Real Madrid head into the international break having given themselves an opportunity of resuming La Liga in April in second place. That was after the defending champions beat Celta Vigo 3-1 at Estadio Balaidos, courtesy of a brace and an assist from the ever-inspiring Karim Benzema. It was an impressive start from the visitors, who didn’t show any signs of tiredness from their midweek exploits against Atalanta. Vinicius Junior retained his spot in Zinedine Zidane’s 4-4-2 alongside Benzema, and almost produced something out of nothing five minutes in. Federico Valverde’s long ball was off-targe ..read more
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Match Preview: Celta Vigo vs Real Madrid
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by Muddassir Hussain
1y ago
With the UEFA Champions League parked to one side for now, Real Madrid return to focus on clawing back their chances to retain La Liga. This afternoon, the defending champions travel to face Celta Vigo at 16:15, hoping for the three points that will temporarily move Madrid into second place. Following two 1-1 draws against Real Sociedad and then Atletico Madrid, Madrid left it late to win 2-1 against Elche, having been 1-0 down until the 73rd minute, and Karim Benzema completed a brace in stoppage time to seal the win. But their win against Atalanta which booked a quarter-final tie against Liv ..read more
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Confirmed: Real Madrid’s 19-man squad for the Celta game
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by Nils Wagner
1y ago
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is taking a 19-man travelling squad to Vigo where Real Madrid will face Celta on Saturday afternoon at the Estadio de Balaídos (16:15 CET), the clash corresponding for matchday 28 of the campaign. Sergio Ramos will not travel with the team, the captain suffered a blow to his left tibia against Atalanta, that’s why he’s out of tomorrow’s game. It’s nothing serious, just a precaution. Dani Carvajal, Alvaro Odriozola, Eden Hazard and Mariano are out injured. FULL SQUAD: GOALKEEPERS: Thibaut Courtois, Andriy Lunin, Diego Altube. DEFENDERS: Éder Militão ..read more
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Match Report: Real Madrid 2-1 Elche CF
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by Muddassir Hussain
1y ago
Real Madrid suffered through another difficult game against a newly-promoted side, as they had to come from behind before defeating Elche 2-1 at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano. Toni Kroos and Luka Modric were rested for the midweek clash against Atalanta, but Sergio Ramos was back in central defence, to oversee what was an underwhelming half from Madrid once more. Without the two chief architects, they failed to create openings and the midfield wasn’t able to set any type of tempo to the game. The first real chance fell to Federico Valverde, after Antonio Barragán shanked his clearance when he ..read more
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Match Preview: Real Madrid vs Elche CF
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by Muddassir Hussain
1y ago
Real Madrid will be looking to get back to winning ways in La Liga, as the defending champions host Elche at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano later this afternoon at 16:15 CET. Zinedine Zidane’s men suffered a disappointing 1-1 draw against Real Sociedad, a game which they could and probably should have won. Madrid dominated La Real, and a tactical mishap from Zidane allowed the Basques back into that momentarily for their equaliser, before Madrid began dominating again and got the equaliser. They followed that up with a better performance against league leaders Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metr ..read more
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Confirmed: Real Madrid’s 20-man squad to take on Elche
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by Nils Wagner
1y ago
Real Madrid have published the 20-man squad that will face Elche in LaLiga tomorrow afternoon at the Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium (16:15), corresponding to matchday 27 of the season. There’s a huge double boost in the squad, as captain Sergio Ramos and Eden Hazard both return from injury. Zinedine Zidane confirmed in his press conference that the idea is for both of them to get some minutes on Saturday. Dani Carvajal, Marcelo, Alvaro Odriozola and Mariano are out with their respective injury problems. FULL SQUAD: GOALKEEPERS: Thibaut Courtois, Andriy Lunin, Diego Altube. DEFENDERS: Éde ..read more
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Match Report: Atlético Madrid 1-1 Real Madrid
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by Muddassir Hussain
1y ago
Real Madrid kept their La Liga title defence alive by the thinnest of threads, as they recovered from a one goal deficit to draw 1-1 with Atletico Madrid in the derby played at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium. Atletico kicked the game off five points ahead of the defending champions, and the league leaders also hold a game in hand over their city rivals, so anything but a win wasn’t the result Zinedine Zidane’s men wanted. And despite knowing this, they began like a team with nothing to play for. The hosts were far superior in the opening sequences, much hungrier off the ball, in a game that w ..read more
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Match Preview: Atlético Madrid vs Real Madrid
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by Muddassir Hussain
1y ago
It’s here, perhaps Real Madrid’s final chance at defending La Liga. The champions travel to the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano to face league leaders Atletico Madrid at 16:15 CET, with everything on the line. Monday’s disastrous draw against Real Sociedad moved Madrid down to third in the standings, and following Barcelona’s win at Osasuna yesterday evening, it now makes it obligatory for Los Merengues to clinch all three points on the turn of their city rivals. Whenever the big games come around, Madrid tend to play their best football, including both wins versus Atletico and Barcelona in the fi ..read more
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