Carlo Ancelotti and Zinedine Zidane, two men who can lead the Spanish club to ‘La Decima’
“La Real” played on another level last night in their 6-1 win in Gelsenkirchen vs Schalke 04 in UEFA Champions League final-16 competition. Early on the visitors were much more confident on the ball and the game looked familiar, like a book once read in a different time. But, as with every time you re-read an epic, something totally new reveals itself to you. Never had an away team scored 6 goals in a Champions League knockout stage game. Two goals a piece from the three sirens Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo were too irresistable for the Schalke resistance. Real Madrid proved their experience and know-how by getting a win in Germany, a land where they have a weak record.
Carlo Ancelotti, the mastermind behind the Merengues, called it “the perfect match.” Carlo Ancelotti’s men look much more potent in attack than they were a year ago with Jose Mourinho. Mourinho is known to order his teams to sit deep, while Carlo has played a more fluid form of football in his time at Milan, Chelsea, and Paris Saint-Germain. The combination play between Bale, …continua sul blog
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