Real Madrid now leads La Liga by five points, and their Champions League campaign begins today against RB Leipzig.
Carlo Ancelotti, Real Madrid’s head coach, is preparing for a winning return to the Champions League. As the La Liga leaders prepare to play RB Leipzig in the last-16, the coach has reiterated his desire for the coveted prize.
Ancelotti is the most successful head coach in the UEFA Champions League, having won it four times, the last time against Liverpool in 2022. Reflecting on his enthusiasm for the game and the players at his disposal, Ancelotti stated, “I like what I do and where I do it.”
Real Madrid has had an outstanding season, presently leading La Liga by five points and easily passing the UCL group stage. Ancelotti, on the other hand, maintains his humility, admitting the obstacles faced by crucial player injuries. “So far, so good, despite everything we’ve been through,” he stated, emphasizing the team’s resilience in the face of hardship.
As the group matures, Ancelotti orchestrates a smooth transition, bringing in a new age of talent. The departure of icons such as Luka Modric, as well as the increased involvement of budding players such as Fede Valverde and Jude Bellingham, represent a logical transition for the club. Ancelotti lauded the seniors’ lack of ego, which aided the absorption of young players into the group and organization.
Ancelotti praised veteran midfielder Toni Kroos for his outstanding performance, recognizing the player’s lasting qualities after winning four Champions Leagues with Real Madrid.
“It’s hard to say it’s the best season because it’s always the best,” he said with a laugh. Kroos’ ability to harness the enthusiasm of youthful players while maintaining a constant passing % over time demonstrates his lasting abilities.
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Speaking about the next event, midfielder Toni Kroos stated, “I don’t know if we are the favorites, but we are in a good position to win the title.”
“However, as we’ve seen in recent years, one terrible day is enough to get thrown out. “It is a difficult title to win.”
Real Madrid’s quest for Champions League success continues against RB Leipzig, a difficult opponent.
Ancelotti, unfazed by the obstacles ahead, stated, “We are going to compete, and we start against Leipzig, who is a tough and strong rival.”