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After two rather disappointing seasons on the national level, Real went on to finally lift the silverware. With only 3 lost games, it was one of the most convincing performances in recent memory – which is no small thing when talking about a team of Real Madrid’s calibre. That said, their international performance was a bit lacklustre compared to their main Spanish rivals Barcelona and Atletico.
Still, being reigning champions makes them this year’s favourites for the title at odds of 2.10. As always, Barcelona are the main rivals at odds of 2.25 but are the only team to pose any real threat for the champs. Just like almost every year, the outcome of La Liga will be decided in the heated pitch of El Classico. This severely limits your options when it comes to La Liga betting, though. Waiting for the Champions League to kick-off in full might be more productive.
Real Madrid Key Players
Zidane carefully constructed a well-rounded, star-studded lineup of internationals that has been hailed as “the best defence in Europe.” With only 25 concessions in the entire 2019/20 season, the numbers seem to back this claim up.
A lot of pieces fit together perfectly to make Zidane’s wall. First off, Los Blancos have Thibaut Courtois – easily one of the best goalkeepers in Europe at the moment. The list continues with world-class defenders such as Raphaël Varane, Sergio Ramos and Daniel Carvajal.
That said, the goal-getting department is still a bit lacking. Eden Hazard has been underperforming for several seasons in a row, leaving the midfielders such as Luka Modrić and Federico Valverde to pick up the slack when it comes to connecting offence and defence.
Sadly, though, it seems the squad will be left without a true goal-getter for another season. The only noteworthy transfers over this period are departures. Namely, Achraf Hakimi went to Inter and Sergio Reguilón will now be playing for Tottenham.
Luka Jović will find it extremely difficult to break into the starting line-up and push Karim Benzema out of the fold. The Serbian forward will, nevertheless, be given a chance to prove his worth after a difficult start to his life at Santiago Bernabeu.
Real Madrid Rivalry
As one of the best football clubs in the world, Real Madrid is not welcomed at any stadium in La Liga or we could say entire Europe. As Royal club they are always in some kind of special protection in the eyes of non-Blancos supporters. In hometown they are faced one of the biggest opponents, Atletico Madrid, so clashes between them, known as Madrid derby, are usually full of tension and pressure, with a lot of sparks on the pitch and at the standings as well.
But, the biggest challenges for Real Madrid are visits to Barcelona, where crowded Camp Nou becomes one of the most uncomfortable places to be. This is the most famous rivalry in the world of football and El Classico as it’s known, is one of the most popular football events around the world.
Real Madrid History
Madrid Football club was established in 1902 and playing home matches at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in downtown Madrid. Real means Royal and that part of the name was added at 1920 by king Alfonso and from that moment king’s crown is on the club emblem.
Real Madrid is owned by members named socios and have operated by the club from the beginning.
Today, Real Madrid is one of the biggest clubs in the world, worth about 3,5 billion and has annual revenue of about 750 million.
Supporters from all around the world could be proud on thirteen Champions League trophies, thirty-three Spain League titles and nineteen Copa del Rey trophies.
Capacity of Santiago Bernabeu stadium is about 81.000 seats.
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