The men’s football in Tokyo 2020 has been fascinating till now as the competition would enter the quarterfinal stages from today. In the group stages, there had been some outstanding performers and Japan and Real Madrid’s Takefusa Kubo is one of them.
Thus, Real Madrid need to focus on replacing him with someone who could be as good as him and yes, it is time to move on rather than wasting time on the past.
With no new signings for Real Madrid, Ancelotti would have to build up with the players he has and even though, the lack of new summer signings for two consecutive seasons might annoy many, but on a positive note, it is always better to rely on the home-grown players who could be groomed for a bright future under coaches like Ancelotti.
The season has not started yet, and Real Madrid discover themselves at the centre of controversy, but such things are nothing new for them because there are people around who always target the best in the world and Perez knows how to handle such matters. Perez is a tough nut and the world must realize this very well.
Atletico Madrid are set to announce their first signing of the summer after Marcos Paulo landed at Barajas airport in Madrid on Saturday – it’s a pity that the Brazilian clubs fail to keep their own players, but at the same time, it opens the opportunity for the youngsters to push their limits and improve and ear more in the European club competitions.
Legends are born once in a generation. A lot of heroes come and leave the scene, and they continue to come, but the legends never fade. They live for eternity as they focus for longer periods of time and that is the difference between a mere hero and ultimate legend. They dictate the reality and their impact betas the numbers and kick the stats in the solar system. They survive the test of times and Sergio Ramos was one such legend in Real Madrid.
After leaving Real Madrid, the record of Carlo Ancelotti had not been something to cheer for. The old Midas touch was missing; still, his return has been welcomed because of the outstanding results as the coach of Real Madrid previously. Ancelotti knows, it is never easy in Real Madrid and he would be judged by how many trophies he wins and nothing else.
The contribution of Zinedine Zidane towards Real Madrid as a player and coach can never be undermined. He has given the best of the moments to the Los Blancos in both roles. In his second stint as the coach – Zidane was impactful again, but after the end of the season, he decided to leave after completing the fight against injuries and COVID where the Los Blancos missed the opportunity to win the La Liga title by a whisker.
The winning mentality and never say die attitude always existed and during the crucial phases of the league, Atletico Madrid handled the pressure better.
The La Liga title race would go down the wire and it was expected because the men of Zinedine Zidane would not surrender easily till the last breathe. Atletico Madrid clinched a late winner, but Barcelona suffered a shock defeat and are out of the contest, while Real Madrid earned full points, which means the winner would be decided on the last day of the La Liga season 2020-21.
Zinedine Zidane has built a unit since he returned again for the managerial job of Real Madrid that fights till the end. Yes, adversities may take away the slightest of chances from them; still, they find a way to go through. The present Real Madrid of Zidane may not possess the aura of invincibility, but surely, they are an inspiration for many because of their fighting qualities.
At one point Atletico Madrid were flying but then came the sufferings –Real Madrid, Barcelona, and even Sevilla threatened to move Atleti from their top spot, but still, they are at the top of the La Liga table as the race for the title gets fascinating each week.
If you say that it was a tough night for Real Madrid at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano then you would be wrong to focus on just one night or afternoon because throughout the season the Los Blancos have been experiencing the same and still they are fighting. Last night, the controversial decision by the referee almost pegged back Real Madrid, but the fighting spirit of Zidane’s men came to the rescue.