Champions League – Real Madrid back to the training ground for Roma clash
With scarcely time to appreciate the fantastic triumph over Celta de vigo, Real Madrid back to the training ground for AS Roma conflict. Zinedine Zidane‘s team finished the first training meeting as they arranged for Tuesday’s visit of Roma to the Santiago Bernabéu. All the squad were out on the pitch, aside from Benzema, who proceeds with his recuperation process. Castilla players Martin Odegaard, Llorente and Borja Mayoral likewise joined in.
Real Madrid back to the training ground for Roma clash
The players who were included the most yesterday had a recuperation session comprised of consistent running and work inside. Whatever remains of the gathering played a combination of diversions in decreased zones and, also, an activity comprising of one-twos and completing on goal.
Real Madrid back to the training and keeps training sessions. German midfielder Toni Kroos and the Croatian Luka Modric came back to training under the charge of French head mentor Zinedine Zidane, and both are prepared to play. The Los Blancos’ whipping 7-1 La Liga triumph against Celta de Vigo on Saturday has helped the group’s confidence in front of the Champions League tie. Albeit Real Madrid is crushed Roma 2-0 in the first leg in Rome, the Merengues will earnestly try to progress in the Champions League, in the wake of arriving at the conclusion that it is the main rivalry they can win this season.
Brazilian Marcelo and Welshman Gareth Bale prepared after their recuperation and investment against Celta Vigo so that both players might begin against Roma. Real Madrid’s training meeting on Sunday incorporates full football squad aside from French forward Karim Benzema in an arrangement for the second leg of the European Champions League’s knockout stage against Roma next Tuesday at the Santiago Bernabeu. Real Madrid is at present third in La Liga with 60 points and nine points behind pioneers Barcelona.