Category: International

History of Real Madrid Football Club

in this new first year there was a stage in the cupboard of three trophies that were seized by Real Madrid made by José Mourinho. The most highlighted was the 2011-12 La Liga title, which was done by creating a record of 100 points, the highest number achieved so far in the history of this competition, and 121 goals. And successfully lifted the King’s Cup and faced with Barcelona and the Spanish Super Cup.

In June 2013, Carlo Ancelotti arrived at Real Madrid. The Italian manager was able to win four titles with the Whites squad. The first was the nineteenth King’s Cup, by beating Barcelona in the final. On 24 May 2014 the Whites won the European Cup again. With a 4-1 win over Atlético they managed to bring la Décima. Ramos, Bale, Marcelo and Cristiano have secured the victory

In the second season Ancelotti was won two new titles: the European Super Cup against Sevilla and Real Madrid’s first Club World Cup over San Lorenzo. In this way, 2014 closed with several titles from Real Madrid. In June 2015, Rafa Benítez returned to the club where he was formed to lead the “blanco” squad. In 2016, Zidane became the first team coach after going through the legendary career as a player. His first season ended with the title “Endécima” when he took the lead against Atletico in Milan. Click here.

The second season of the French coach was full of victories. Real Madrid have won ‘la Duodécima’, and have become the first team to be able to defend the Champions League title. Together with European competition titles, the 2016-17 League Cup, the third European Cup and the second Inter-Club World Cup have also been won in Japan. The 2017-18 season starts with lifting another European Super Cup, after winning over Manchester United, and with the tenth Spanish Super Cup. In December 2017 came another Club World Cup, and broke the record number of titles in one year with a total of five titles. 2018 is also the year of Madrid legend thanks to the struggle for the thirteenth title or Decimotercera, which was won against Liverpool in the final match in Kiev, and the seventh world cup title, which was won in the United Arab Emirates against Al Ain.

Neymar Save Brazil from Defeat

The Brazilian national team failed to win in a friendly against Colombia this morning. In that match, both teams played equally strong after the match ended with a score of 2-2.

Casemiro put Brazil ahead in this match before Luis Muriel responded with two goals in the first half. Luckily at the start of the second half, Neymar managed to equalize.

The match, which was held at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium, was fierce. Both teams are both downgrading the attacking game scheme since the beginning of the match.

After the buying and selling attack occurred, Casemiro managed to open the host advantage in minute 19. Starting from Neymar’s corner, the Real Madrid midfielder managed to gore the ball perfectly into the goal Ospina. Score 1-0 for the superiority of the Brazilian national team.

Casemiro’s goal made Colombia even more encouraged. They increase the intensity of their attacks, and five minutes into the malls they get a golden opportunity after they get a penalty. Luis Muriel who was appointed as the executor successfully deceived Ederson, so the position became 1-1.

These goals make Colombia increasingly confident. As a result at minute 34 Muriel again listed his name on the scoreboard. Through a counter-attack scheme, Daniel Zapata gave Muriel a measured pass which was coolly resolved by the striker. Position changed to 2-1 for the benefits of Colombia.

Left behind by one goal, Brazil tried to continue to press Colombia, but until the first half ended, the position remained 2-1 to excel Colombia.

Second round

Left behind one goal in the first round, Brazil immediately step on the gas. They immediately launched consecutive attacks on the Colombian goal, so the Los Cofeteros defense was rather overwhelmed.

After several attempts, Brazil finally equalized in the 58th minute. Starting from Daniel Alves’s gastric pass, the ball landed at Neymar’s feet and was completed well by the attacker. Score back into a draw 2-2.

Difficult to compensate for the Brazilian game, Carlos Queiroz made two changes. He pulled out Roger Martinez and Mateus Uribe to be replaced by Luis Diaz and Jefferson Lerma.

In this second round, the tempo of the game began to decline. Both teams are still equally attacking, but not with high intensity.

Entering the 80th minute, the two coaches make changes again. In the Colombian camp, John Medina, Luis Muriel, Daniel Zapata and Juan Cuadrado were withdrawn and replaced by Orlando Berrio, Luis Orejuela, Rafael Borre and Yairo Moreno.

While in the Brazilian national team, Tite pulled out Philippe Coutinho, Roberto Firmino and Richarlison to be replaced by Bruno Henrique, Lucas Paqueta and David Neres.

In the rest of the first half there was only one dangerous chance from Colombia through Luis Diaz, but that chance failed to convert into goals. Score 2-2 last until the referee blows the whistle to mark the end of the match.

After this match Brazil will hold a trial match against Peru on Wednesday (11/9) morning, while Colombia will hold a trial party against Venezuela on the same day.

Composition of Players Both Teams

Brazil (4-3-3): Ederson; Sandro, Silva, Marquinhos, Alves; Coutinho (Henrique 80 ‘), Casemiro, Arthur; Neymar, Firmino (Paqueta 82 ‘), Richarlison (Neres 84’)

Colombia (4-3-3): Ospina; Tesillo, Mina, Sanchez, Medina (Orejuela 78 ‘); Uribe (Lerma 61 ‘), Barrios, Cuadrado (Moreno 87’); Martinez (Diaz 61 ‘), Zapata (Borre 83’), Muriel (Berrio 68 ‘)