Real Madrid – Real Betis 0-0
On Friday evening, Real Madrid played their last game in the Spanish League this season, when Real Betis, the winners of the King’s Cup, visited the Santiago Bernabeu.
With the two teams standing guard of honor for each other, the match can begin, and the team sent by Carlo Ancelotti is hardly very different from what will begin next Saturday’s Champions League final at the Stade de France.
Real Madrid sent this team: Courtois. Carvajal, Militao, Nacho, Mindy; Modric, Casemiro, Kroos, Rodrygo, Benzema, Vinicius Jr.
The change we can expect is that David Alaba enters the midfield at the expense of Nacho. The Austrian suffered an adductor muscle injury, but should be on his way to the final.
Federico Valverde is another player to be relevant in the starting line-up – while the talented Eduardo Camavinga is likely to start on the bench, although he played superbly when he reached this year’s Champions League playoffs, particularly against Manchester. city.
It ended without a goal
Perhaps the most important thing for Real Madrid in tonight’s game was to avoid injuries, and that is exactly what they seemed to be able to do. The match was played at a very slow pace, there was little ingenuity and far from chances. The settlement ended without goals.
Ancelotti took out Casemiro for a break, putting the aforementioned Camavinga. Toni Kroos was also knocked out when he entered Valverde. Luka Modric played 70 minutes and was then replaced by Dani Ceballos.
Marcelo joined Ferland Mendy at left-back in his last La Liga match with 20 minutes left, and Isco had to replace Rodrygo. Karim Benzema and Vinicius Junior played the whole match.
In Spanish football, five substitutions are allowed. He will also be in the Premier League from next season, but it gives Ancelotti and Real Madrid better chances to rotate and use the squad. Now they also have two extra days off to prepare for the final in Paris. The Reds play first on Sunday.
Liverpool – Wolverhampton plays on Sunday at 17:00, it is shown on TV 2 Sport Premium 2. On TV 2, Sport Premium 1 is shown on Manchester City – Aston Villa.
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