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World Cup Day 6 Recap
Day Six featured more exciting football action as Mbappe powered France to a 2-1 victory over Denmark, Argentina continued their pursuit to qualify for the knockout rounds, Poland defeated Saudi Arabia, and Australia with a 1-nil winner over Tunisia.
Tchouameni vs Denmark:— TC (@totalcristiano) November 26, 2022
• 81 touches
• 66/67 passes completed (98.5%)
• 2 key passes
• 1 big chance created
• 12 defensive actions. pic.twitter.com/3If3bMkUdx
Holiday Almost Over
For the players still in Madrid, the brief break is almost over. Training will resume on Dec. 1!
Ancelotti will have 11 players from the 1st team with him when they return to work on December 1st. He will have to fill the sessions with players from Castilla and the youth teams. @diarioas— Madrid Xtra (@MadridXtra) November 27, 2022
Still A Madridsta At Heart
Q: Who would you be more confident playing in midfield with?— M•A•J (@Ultra_Suristic) November 26, 2022
Casemiro: "Luka Modric & Toni Kroos." pic.twitter.com/dBGKTdCATT
Tomorrow’s Real Madrid Features
We have a flurry of games tomorrow. Below is a list of Real Madrid players to follow:
Japan v. Costa Rica: (None)
Belgium v. Morocco: Thibaut Courtois; Eden Hazard
Croatia v. Canada: Luka Modric
Spain v. Germany: Dani Carvajal (ESP); Marco Asensio (ESP); Antonio Rudiger (GER)