Stepping into the Supercopa Final, Madrid still play without Bale

After beating Valencia in the semifinals, Real Madrid automatically became the first participant to successfully step into the final round of the Spanish Super Cup this year. Unfortunately, coach Zinedine Zidane was again forced to rack his brain for the final party, the article is the mainstay winger, Gareth Bale still can not appear in the match.

Thursday morning WIB (09/01), Real Madrid faced Valencia and won a 3-1 victory. The three Real Madrid goals were presented by Toni Kroos and Isco in the first half, and Luka Modric in the second 45 minutes. While the Los Che camp was only able to reply with one goal scored by Dani Parejo.

Now, Los Blancos can relax, waiting for the results of the other match between Atletico Madrid against Barcelona which will be held on Friday at dawn later (10/01). The winner of the match will meet Real Madrid in the final round. Of course, both will be strong opponents for Madrid.

But of course Real Madrid are not afraid, they have abundant player material, unfortunately coach Zinedine Zidane confirmed that Gareth Bale will miss the final. Also, be aware that Madrid was not strengthened by Bale in the match against Valencia. In addition, they also lost Karim Benzema due to physical problems.

“At the moment he is not ready. He did not practice this week. “We have to talk to the doctor, but the most important thing is that the players managed to win and we are happy with this match,” he said through the club’s official website

Aside from Bale and Benzema, Hazard is also doubtful about playing in the final. All three of these players have been absent since the match against Valencia, but they still perform optimally and win with a landslide score.

“The team worked hard to perform at this level, and it feels good to see the dynamics in each game. In a press conference yesterday, I said that we had to be in the best condition, and I didn’t know if we were there. But we are satisfied with this performance, “concluded the French manager.

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