Real Madrid: 5 positives to take away from the pre-break games

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Real Madrid, Vinicius Junior
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Real Madrid’s attack is improving

After winning a deserved La Liga title, Los Blancos look to keep up with their own pace. It is no surprise that yet again Karim Benzema stepped up when we needed him the most, providing eight assists and scoring 21 goals in the previous La Liga campaign, but Real needs to trust more players when it comes to scoring goals.

With Benzema’s retirement on the horizon, Madrid has got to show more trust in the youngsters other than the 32-year-old. There is no doubt that the Frenchman is the most experienced in the attack and offers more than just goals, but the question is who, if not Karim Benzema? And Vinicius Junior answered this question quite well.

The 20-year-old Brazilian is currently playing his third season with the Spanish champions and the future of Madrid has never seemed so bright. Looking at talents such as Vinicius Junior, Marco Asensio, Rodrygo, Luka Jović, Federico Valverde, and Martin Ødegaard, it is almost certain that in no time Madrid will find the pace.

Real Madrid look ready to score more goals

The lack of pre-season is something that is on everyone’s mind and is a topic of discussion. It is also a reason why Real are suffering to score more goals and converting more chances. The pre-season is always a good way to start a season rather than jumping right into it. The Merengues look steady so far with four games in and there is already a positive wave about this season. Although the games were of all seriousness that was the closest thing they could get to a pre-season.

The reaction from the champions as soon as the new season began is starting to build some confidence among the fans and is giving hope for an even better season this time. With a few key players from the squad injured, the response has been great so far and with those players completing rehab and finally joining the first team practice sessions in the upcoming days, Los Blancos will be on a different level once again and scoring goals won’t be a problem.

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It is just a matter of time before everyone completely settles in and fight for every title there is. The fans have been patient with this for quite some time now.