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Last Saturday the season of Real Madrid It ended And he did it in the sweetest way. The whites took their fourteenth Champions League, thus expanding the difference with the rest of its competitors that place it as the most successful club on the continent, and said goodbye to the course with a spectacular treble (Champions, League and Super Cup). And all this despite the fact that, a priori, he did not arrive with the best squad, neither at a national nor at a European level, and despite the fact that Carlo Ancelotti’s rotation has been very short.
The Italian coach has been very clear from the first moment who his warriors were going to be in the year of his return to Santiago Bernabeu. Despite the fact that throughout the entire season he has been highly criticized for making few rotations and has even been warned that the team could fall physically and accuse the accumulated effort at the end of the season, Carletto he has always been very clear about his plan and has executed it perfectly thus silencing all the discordant voices that questioned him.
Ancelotti has had a ‘praetorian guard’ in which he has trusted at all times and that is clear when reviewing the distribution of minutes throughout the course. so so There are only eight players in the entire squad that exceed the figure of 3,000 minutes played on the pitch: Courtois (4,680), Militao (4,496), Alaba (4,069), Casemiro (3,838), Modric (3,435), Toni Kroos (3,307), Vinicius (4,274) and Karim Benzema (3,919). It is clear that these players are the true backbone of the team and whose importance has been vital in winning the titles.
In a lower step, we find other players who have been important and whose participation has had more distributed minutes but with an equally leading role. add up more than 2,000 player minutes such as Carvajal (2,598), Nacho (2,541), Mendy (2,816), Lucas Vázquez (2,514), Fede Valverde (2,860), Marco Asensio (2,110) and Rodrygo (2,435), while camavinga He stays at the gates with 1,866. All of them have also had the confidence of the white coach and have felt important at some point during the course.
But then come the designated ones and those who, for one reason or another, they have not had prominence. Some will come out of Real Madrid this summer and others have plenty of ballots for them. Are Lunin (390), Vallejo (353), Marcelo (807), Ceballos (338), Isco (407), Hazard (903), Gareth Bale (290), Jovic (549) and Mariano (397).