“We’ll need to put pressure on Levante from the first minute” – Rafa Benitez
Rafa Benitez talked in the Real Madrid City press room on the La’s eve Liga clash against Levante. The manager started his public interview by sending his “all the best to Raúl on his retirement. I wish him the absolute best and trust the future will present to him a great deal of progress”. Taking after that, he looked ahead to the diversion against the Valencian outfit: “We’ll need to put pressure on Levante from the first minute in light of the fact that they’re an all around sorted outside, they play with power and have an unmistakable course of action.”
“The key is to play with velocity, accuracy, and tolerance. Their supervisor is an in number strategist. In Barcelona, they kept things tight during the first half and made it to the break with the score level at 0-0. Our players need to plainly comprehend that we need to play with pace and consistency and attempt to get an early goal to open things up. Every one of the players you saw on the training pitch today is the ones we’ll be utilizing, as we have no other alternative with every one of the injuries. Any of them could play. The advancement of every player relies on upon the person. We’re still toward the season’s start, yet we’ll need to perceive how they advance. We need to control their advancement that is whatever we can do”.
“Teams that play one match for each week additionally have bunches of injuries to manage. 57% of our players’ muscle injuries happen when they’re with their national teams and there’s almost no we can do about that. There’s no chance to get off controlling injuries maintained from thumps either. For the top sides, the danger of harm is more noteworthy on the grounds that there are more players and more risks of wounds being grabbed. Whatever we can do is attempt to deal with the circumstance.”
“I’ve had this involvement in different nations and everything we can do is control what’s in our grasp. These things are inescapable. Danilo is better and there are different players who are showing signs of improvement yet they require more time. On account of Ramos, we have to talk about things and see whether we ought to take the danger and play him or not. Those returning from worldwide obligation will be drained, however, are still ready to play.”