Eduardo Camavinga is the surprise of Ancelotti en the starting eleven of the Super Cup final to face Barcelona. The Frenchman ended up with a knock on the knee against Valencia and is doubtful, but he finally emerged as a starter. A new vote of confidence for the French player lasted 45 minutes as, again, Ancelotti signaled it by substituting him at half-time.
Something that, on the other hand, is becoming common and this is the seventh time the coach has removed Camavinga at halftime. Of these numbers, the midfielder is the most substituted after playing the first 45 minutes. Kroos, Militao and Alaba who were substituted twice were far away.
Camavinga He has started in the two games that Real Madrid played in the Spanish Super Cup and in both games, he only played the first 45 minutes. Against Valencia, because of the fear of being deported and the blow to the knee. However, in the final, the change was by Ancelotti’s decision as Camavinga did not see a card and was apparently unhurt.
Source: La Verdad
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