Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti expressed his satisfaction after Real Madrid’s hard-fought win against their hosts Almeria in the first match of the new season of the Spanish league.
Al-Maringhi secured a hard-fought 2-1 win against the newly promoted Andalusians, and Real owed their Austrian defender David Alaba, who entered the match late in the second half of the match.
Ancelotti said in his statements after the match Spanish media After he scored an early goal in the sixth minute, he pointed out to many that his side had made a poor start to the match and made it difficult for the opposition to hold on.
The veteran coach added: “We didn’t have enough pace to move the ball forward, we shot a lot at their goal but they defended and still struggled to score goals.”
He added: “In the second half, Almeria felt a bit tired, so we had more control over the match and more chances.”
And “Carlito” said about the performances of two young French players, Soumini and Camavinga: “They didn’t show the quality they give in training, it’s normal, they’re still young, Rea feels the shirt is heavy. , but it is the price to pay and we are happy because they are very good players.”
On the fate of Spain star Marco Asensio, who did not feature in the tournament, Ancelotti said: “If he is fit to play, he will play and you have to take into account what he gave us last season. A lot of goals.”
He added, “He is an important player and we have to wait until August 31,” referring to the closing of the transfer market for players in the summer Mercato.
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