On Sunday night, Real Madrid defeated Espanyol 3-1 thanks to two goals from Karim Benzema, one in the 88th and the other in the 100th minute. Before Joselo’s equalizer, Vinicius Junior netted the opening goal. Real Madrid now leads La Liga after the victory, while rival Barcelona gained two points ahead of third place.
Aurelien Chuameni once again (for the second straight game) appeared to be a worthy replacement for Casemiro in the Real Madrid midfield. Chuameni’s first assist, a through ball that kept Vinicius from beating goalie Benjamin LeComte, was undoubtedly an indication of his improved offensive role. They share the same position on the list.
Some Updates From Real Madrid
Chuameni is playing with Toni Kroos and Luka Modric for the first time. Teenagers, though, are quicker and sharper. Carlo Ancelotti, the coach, took note.
The manager of Real Madrid predicted last week that “he will be in the penalty area.” I wouldn’t advise him to take on Casemiro.
The Chuameni Pass career average was 94% in this case, which is also quite good. David Alaba and Eder Militao, the winning central defense team from the previous season, will continue to hold the top spot when the new campaign begins, according to Ancelotti. The summer season for Antonio Rudiger at full-back begins with Nachos in the opening-day rotation and an unanticipated appearance. Ancelotti and Alaba both stated that Rudiger would stay at center back unless there were special circumstances, so it came as a surprise when Rudiger moved to the left wing with Militang.
When Rudiger and Militao were clobbered on Joselu’s equalizer, Cole’s performance came into doubt. After Rüdiger entered the game, Militao Joselu had been playing from a wide position, and neither of them had responded when Joselu’s initial shot was returned to him.