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This episode comes in two parts.
Part one (Sevilla post-game with Kiyan and Matt):
- Real Madrid’s unrivalled ability to flip the switch
- Carlo Ancelotti’s starting XI
- Eduardo Camavinga’s performance
- The structure of the team and positioning of the midfielders
- Explaining the tactical improvement when Rodrygo Goes got subbed in
- Fede Valverde’s best position
- What’s the best way to play without Casemiro?
- Breaking down the goals conceded
- Vinicius Jr’s ‘moments’ and overall performance
- Refereeing decisions
- What this game reminded us of
- Rodrygo’s performance off the bench
- Who should play left back vs City?
- Breaking down the goals scored
- Is the league done?
- Will rotations be an even bigger issue next season?
- And more.
Part two — 1:04:00 — (Las Blancas vs Alaves post-game show with Grant and Yash):
- Real Madrid’s good start
- Alaves’s great reaction
- Missed chances
- Lack of chances created centrally,
- Alba and Miriam’s impressive performances
- Super sub Nahikari Garcia
- Optimizing Esther and Maite
- And a look toward the end of the season
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Hosts this week:
Kiyan Sobhani (@KiyanSo)
Matt Wiltse (@MattWiltse4)
Grant Little (@grantlittle09)
Yash Thakur (@Odriozolite)