Madrid pays to get out of the tightrope unscathed

04/18/2022 at 03:44


To win titles, undoubtedly, You have to know how to suffer. Real Madrid is the living proof of this after reaping an agonizing victory in Seville that almost gives them as champions of the League. The whites would have to suffer a debacle of biblical dimensions to lose a title that was not always assured. the boys from Carlo Ancelotti bad times passed in the month of februarybut they knew how to recompose themselves after turning around the knockout round of the Champions League against Paris Saint Germain.

Since then, the madridista team scored directly and, with the exception of the Clásico, they have put on track results of maximum merit in the big matches pulling from their trade and experience of its stars. Real Madrid was this week at edge of the KO. in the Champions League when Chelsea came from behind from 1-3 in the first leg to go 0-3 at the Bernabéu. The Whites knew how to be reborn in the area where others fall off the tightrope to force extra time and win the tie in extra time.

Something similar happened to them against a Sevilla team that swept them away in the first half, leading 2-0, but finally had to succumb to the white push with BenzemaThe Frenchman scored another decisive goal to bring the Whites closer to their 35th League win in history. It is also necessary to highlight the leading role of a Rodrygo who changed the fate of the two games played this week. The Brazilian opened the rival goal against both Chelsea and Sevilla coming off the bench.

Real Madrid has to add seven points in the League between now and the end of the season and will be champion whenever Barça does not fail beforehand. Ancelotti’s boys they are with the calculator in hand to see if they can have the corridor of the champions or celebrate the alirón in the field of Atlético de Madrid. The Italian coach will also become the first in history to win the five major leagues, in addition to showing off a record with three Champions Leagues, where he is the best along with Zidane and Bob Paisley.

The white team, in addition to the title, seems to have recovered the hallmark of the club: never give up. The players seem to believe more than ever in what they do and the dream of the Fourteenth Champions League is only two steps away. We’ll see if Guardiola or the winner of the duel between Liverpool and Villarreal can stop a group that unites in the face of adversity. Ask your rivals from the last month what it feels like when you think it’s all done.