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“Casemiro out vs Sevilla? Well, Camavinga & Valverde’s display showed we don’t have only 11 players.” - Carletto
Go little rockstars
Vinicius assisted Casemiro with a sumptuous delivery from the outside of his boot for a wonderfully worked opening goal. 30 minutes later Rodrygo and Lucas Vasquez combined down the right side to effectively put Getafe to the sword. Real Madrid are now 12 points ahead of Sevilla and 4 wins aways from becoming La Liga Champions for an historic 35th time.
How to reach 35
At this point in the season (after 45 games), Real Madrid have:— Madrid Xtra (@MadridXtra) April 10, 2022
- Most wins since 2013/14
- Least losses since 2016/17
- Most goals scored since 2017/18
- Least goals conceded since 2015/16@rmadrid_stats
Carlo Ancelotti has been quietly going about his business. Carletto and his boys have been nothing short of exceptional in all competitions this season. So far the Real Madrid fans could hardly ask for more right now.
100 Real Madrid wins at 21 years of age. Superstar. pic.twitter.com/7vzcgqXC1J— Madrid Zone (@theMadridZone) April 9, 2022
While many have been bringing out the, “his level has dropped hymn sheet” lately, Vinicius continues to have a phenomenal season. His numbers are crazy and you can tell from watch the bodies he leaves in his wake game after game that he’s awesome. But I’ll leave you to it..
Vinicius in the UCL this season.— Kiyan Sobhani (@KiyanSo) April 8, 2022
- 1st in progressive carries
- 1st in dribbling past players
- tied for 1st in goal-creating actions with Mbappe
- tied for 1st in shot creating actions with Coman
- tied for 1st in key passes with Tadic
May well finish 1st in all categories.
Vinicius will have another opportunity on Tuesday to continue to etch his name in the club’s tradition of the Champions League.
Goaaaaaal Bruno Iglesias!!! 18 goals and 17 assists in 31 games this season.— Real Madrid Fabrica (@FabricaMadrid) April 9, 2022
Great pass from Ferrán. Good run and assist from Manuel Ángel.
Trival Valderas 0-2 Juvenil A! pic.twitter.com/dRf7siqfKv
Who else but Bruno. This kid is going places. Raul will have some player on his hands next season. The future is looking brighter by the day.
The Daily Poll
What did we learn from the win over Getafe?
This poll is closed
The manager can rotate players and win important games
There is more than 1 useful midfield combination
We need a proper backup striker
Fede and Edu are awesome