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Real Madrid La Liga champion with a big win against Espanyol

by Kolkata Today

Carlo Ancelotti’s Real Madrid  wins 4-0 against Espanyol and clinched the  La Liga title.

The goals of Rodrygo (2), Asensio and Benzema give the victory against Espanyol and clinched the 35th La Liga championship title for Real Madrid.

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Real Madrid was worth the draw to win the 35th League in its history, but this team does not know the complacency and won the title by beating Espanyol. Ancelotti’s team signed a great match and prevailed over the Catalan team with a double from Rodrygo in the first half and the goals of Asensio and Benzema in the second.

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The Madrid fans will celebrate this new championship in Cibeles. On Wednesday, Madrid will face Manchester City in Champions League after falling 4-3 in the first leg in England. If Real Madrid wins, it will reach the final in Paris.

Ancelotti’s Team Management:

Conservative and temperate, the Italian is not a friend of sudden changes, but circumstances claimed him with the title virtually won. Against Espanyol, he left Courtois, Casemiro and Modric as the only “titles” against Espanyol. The Brazilian was returning after an injury, he needed minutes before the duel with City, and the Defence, cracked by the casualties of Militao, Nacho and Alaba, claimed him as a circumstantial centre. Mario Gila, debutant of the subsidiary, ended up in that place, who has given a great performance under Raúl’s direction. Camavinga and Ceballos accompanied the Croatian, which was like a title insurance policy. t could surprise the presence of the older footballer and workload in the eleven, but Ancelotti’s plan was to distribute minutes. At the time, he left the field with Casemiro and Benzema and Kroos entered, plus Vinicius later. There are always risks, but fans or managers fear them more than professionals. With some control, there is no better way to maintain a competitive tone than in the field. The City of Guardiola, shortly after, was squeezed by the Premier League in Leeds.

By Fernando Perez
(European Football Analyst )


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