Real Madrid Vs Barcelona – Who Won? Ronaldinho Stole the Show!
Real Madrid vs Barcelona: Who won? Ronaldinho stole the show! Barca’s attacking trio and Pep Guardiola’s 4-2-3-1 structure are examined. We also take a look at Xavi’s struggles. The matchup is still far from over, but we’ve outlined some key points from the game.
Barca’s attacking trio
The attacking trio of Barcelona has developed into a complete football side. Originally signed as a forward from Wolfsburg, Rolfo has played as a false left wing and in midfield. The same applies to Hermoso, who has a reputation as an elusive dribbler.
The trio comprises Messi, Suarez and Neymar. Together they form one of the most fearsome forward lines in the history of the game. These players could score 100 or more goals a season for many years to come. Luis Enrique, the coach of the Spanish giants, has said that the trio’s unity makes them hard to contain.
In fact, the B-B-C trio won many Champions Leagues together. Their individual brilliance allowed them to bludgeon opponents. In their debut season together, the trio won a domestic double and a Copa del Rey. Gareth Bale scored in both finals. They went on to lift the Champions League and reclaim it for their club in 2017/18.
Pep Guardiola’s 4-2-3-1 structure
Pep Guardiola is a controversial manager, but everyone agrees that he is an innovative and unique figure. His 4-2-3-1 structure was controversial both during his time at Barcelona and Real Madrid, and his team’s positioning was often criticized, as was the positional play he used in the Euro campaign.
This structure makes it easier to manipulate space and create superiorities, but it is also complex and incredibly difficult to coach. Guardiola’s teams seem to have a very defined set of interactions and patterns, much like well-coordinated pressing teams.
The 4-2-3-1 structure allows a wing and an attacking central midfielder to play in different ways. For example, when Real Madrid went forward, they played a calculated attack with Jerome Boateng and Henry, while when they countered, they defended spaces in the first and middle third.
While the Xavi phenomenon continues to amaze, some people are left wondering if he is still able to deliver at the highest level. It is possible that Xavi believes in himself, but with little experience as a manager, he may need more time to improve his management style. While his name will get him a long way, he needs to improve his discipline and restructure the team’s strategy. He also needs to change the culture at Barcelona, and he’s not going to do it without a great deal of work.
Barcelona’s win against Real Madrid may be transformative and vindicate the project that Xavi is working on. It could also increase confidence for next season. The victory also sent a message to rivals. After the game, Gerard Pique tweeted, “We are back!”
Xavi’s late night partying
Real Madrid and Barcelona are two Spanish football teams that are rivals. Xavi has played in a number of derbies and has called the game ‘historic’. He is 5ft 7in tall, with an uncharacteristic hunched gait. He is known for his passing skills and influences the way the team plays. His incisive passing and wit have made him a key player for his team.
The match was so close that Xavi refused to describe the result in a post-match press conference. The front page of Sport magazine proclaimed it “marvelous!” Pichi Alonso said it was “right up there with the 0-5 and the 2-6”. Mundo Deportivo described it as a “meneo”, while Santi Gimenez described it as a “bath”.