Real Madrid wants to get rid of Modric-Casemiro-Kroos addiction

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Real Madrid slowly rejuvenating his midfield. Now I don’t want to depend on the trio of Modric, Casemiro and Kroos anymore, because the young people are pretty good!

Reported from Mark, Real Madrid thrashed Real Mallorca 6-1 in continuation spanish league, Thursday (23/9) yesterday. In this match, the three main players in the midfield namely Luka Modric, Casemiro and Toni Kroos were reserved.

This is to rest the three of them in the midst of a busy schedule Spanish League and the Champions League. For Kroos, the German player is still recovering from a calf injury.

Real Madrid also ended 1,015 days of playing without the three players, the last time he did was on December 12, 2018. No doubt, the roles of the three were irreplaceable.

Casemiro is a formidable defensive midfielder. Luka Modric was able to keep the balance in the middle, while Toni Kroos was the man to provide the pass.

In this match, three young players were deployed to fill the midfield. They are Valverde on the right, Camavinga in the middle and Marco Asensio on the left.

The result was topnotch, even Asensio was able to record a hat-trick!

Marco Asensio (kiri) (Getty Images / Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno)

Eduardo Camavinga who is a new recruit Real Madrid in the summer and only 18 years old able to tune right away. One goal has been recorded in Spanish League.

Valverde the 23-year-old has done quite well in the last two seasons. He is strong in the fight for the ball duel.

Whereas Marco Asensio who is 25 years old, is actually usually placed in the wing striker post. But it seems, his game in the second line is even more loose.

Can this trio of young people continue to shine?

MADRID, SPAIN - SEPTEMBER 12: Eduardo Camavinga of Real Madrid is tackled by Javi Galan of RC Celta de Vigo during the La Liga Santander match between Real Madrid CF and RC Celta de Vigo at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on September 12, 2021 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)Eduardo Camavinga (Getty Images/Denis Doyle)

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