Rivals are unable to take the ball away from the Blancos' three very skilled midfielders, who continue to play a key role for the team.
Luka Modric, Toni Kroos, and Casemiro, the midfield trio for Real Madrid, have a new moniker thanks to Carlo Ancelotti, who refers to the trio as “the Bermuda Triangle” because the ball “disappears” whenever they are around. Over the years, opponents have undoubtedly learned that lesson the hard way, as seen by the abundance of La Liga and Champions League trophies won by players who have perfected the skills of gaining and holding possession.
Even though they are all in their 30s, Modric, Kroos, and Casemiro show no signs of slowing down, and Ancelotti is fortunate to have a group of promising young players ready to fill in when necessary as Fede Valverde, Eduardo Camavinga, and Aurelien Tchouameni get ready to follow in the footsteps of legends.
Why have Casemiro, Kroos, and Modric been given a new moniker at Real Madrid?
With the ability to draw on both talent and pedigree, Ancelotti has remarked of his midfield options: “I prefer both sets, with classic players and also rock and roll.” Because the ball vanishes there, I refer to Casemiro, Kroos, and Modric as the Bermuda Triangle.
Who plays a crucial role for Real Madrid?
Karim Benzema frequently puts the finishing touches on fluid Real Madrid plays, even if a group of incredibly experienced midfielders largely controls the game.
In his most recent preseason game against Juventus, the 44-goal scorer from France found the back of the net, and Ancelotti acknowledges that his captain is still a talismanic figure.
“He’s the finest,” he continued on the player who is anticipated to win the Ballon d’Or in 2022.
It’s quite challenging for defenders to mark him because he does everything so well. Karim is that guy.
In 2022–2023, can Real Madrid successfully defend their La Liga title?
On August 10, the Blancos will play Europa League champion Eintracht Frankfurt in the UEFA Super Cup. Four days later, they will begin their La Liga championship defense away at Almeria.
Spain’s domestic title race is anticipated to be tough in 2022–2023 as a result of Barcelona’s significant investment in a number of high-profile transfers this summer.
Ancelotti said when asked how the Blaugrana can afford such transactions in light of their financial difficulties and whether they are once again a force to be reckoned with, “Nothing shocks me in football. They are building a terrific team, but I’m just thinking about my team.
“Barcelona must always be respected.”