On this episode of Las Blancas podcast, Om Arvind and Grant Little discuss:
- The current state of the race for the UEFA Women’s Champions League spots
- The injuries that affected both starting lineups
- The chaos and frenetic pace of the opening 20 minutes
- Analyzing Levante’s press
- How Real Madrid Femenino regained control of the half
- Levante’s struggles against Madrid’s high press
- The inefficiencies in Las Blancas’ possession circuit
- The high-risk high-reward style of Levante’s build-up
- The importance of Madrid’s press in creating the opening goal
- Was Marta Cardona’s spinning backheel pass intentional?
- The irony of Levante’s equalizer
- Could Claudia Florentino have done better to stop Esther González from scoring?
- Whether Esther is the best striker in Spain or not
- The reasons behind Madrid’s inability to control the second half
- Thoughts on David Aznar taking Maite Oroz and Teresa Abelleira off for Kosovare Asllani and Thaisa
- Breaking down the critical mistakes Real Madrid made on the goal in the 93rd minute
- Marta Corredera’s Jekyll and Hyde performance
- Sofia Jakobsson’s up and down form
- Real Madrid TV’s disastrous coverage of the game
- And much more
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Hosts this week:
Om Arvind (@OmVAsports)
Grant Little (@grantlittle09)
Las Blancas (@las_blancas)