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Las Blancas Podcast: What We Learned From Real Madrid’s 3-0 Victory Over Alhama

Why Madrid struggled to control the game, Sara Martín’s debut, and Esther making a statement

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On this episode of Las Blancas Podcast, Om Arvind and Grant Little discusses:

  • “Real Madrid DNA” in the Copa de la Reina/del Rey
  • Whether Toril should’ve called up more B-team products
  • Alhama’s defensive tactics
  • Las Blancas dribbling too much
  • Problematic performances in the back line
  • How Madrid created their best chances
  • Tere’s brilliant assist
  • Why Zornoza looked better in the second half
  • Lorena impressing
  • Sara Martín’s debut
  • Rocío being subbed on for Nahikari
  • Esther’s impact and the end of the debate
  • Why Esther is more suited for the current version of Madrid than Nahikari
  • The upcoming challenge of Athletic Bilbao
  • The beauty of lower-division sides appreciating the moment vs. Madrid
  • Cool, future content to look out for

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Hosts this week:

Om Arvind (@OmVASports)

Grant Little (@grantlittle09)

Las Blancas (@Las_Blancas)

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