Rafa Benitez must improve his winning rate in order to remove defensive coach tag
Real Madrid was in a fragile circumstance against Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday. Regardless of a rundown of unlucky shortages through injury, the Spanish side played maybe their best match subsequent to Rafa Benitez assumed control from Carlo Ancelotti in the mid-year. In any case, regardless of the execution, there were no goals and there was no win. Barely two months into his residency has Benitez yet to lose a match, however, his team’s exhibitions have scarcely made Madrid fans – or any other person – experiences passionate feelings for this team. The players, it appears, are as yet attempting to adjust to his ideas, to their new positions, and to strategic developments.
The challenges in adjusting are just the same old thing new, obviously. Like Rafa, Jose Mourinho neglected to win his first game as Madrid supervisor, while it took Ancelotti an entire six months to get the best out of Angel Di Maria, for instance. Anyhow, rather than taking it all in his step, it would seem that Rafa is gagging on the feedback. Only a couple of days back he hit out at the media. Not an astute move. What’s more, having been marked as “defensive” by partners, for example, Ancelotti and Laurent Blanc, he is sticking onto measurements trying to persuade others regarding his value.
On the off chance that Benitez felt troubled before by the “defensive” tag, there is presently no chance he will have the capacity to shake off the mark at Madrid, taking after that quote. Be that as it may, results have nothing to do with fun and streaming football. Take a gander at Rayo Vallecano, Villarreal or Saturday’s opponents, Celta Vigo. Those teams play football that is simple on the eye and none of them will be stopping the transport come May – whatever their circumstance toward the end of the season.
In the meantime, this Madrid side is co-pioneers, yet the fans are disappointed. That is the manner by which it is and how it has dependably been at Real – a club where scoring three is insufficient in the event that you can change over eight. All the more so on the off chance that you consider that Madrid has a financial plan of around 30 times more than the greater part of their opponents. Furthermore, Rafa Benitez, a homegrown manager, ought to realize that.