Solari is new salvation for Real

Solari is new salvation for Real

Santiago Solari, the acting head coach of Real Madrid after the resignation of Julen Lopetegui, deserved the abolition of the interim prefix. For four games under the management of the Argentine, Los Blancos achieved four victories, scoring 15 goals and conceding only two.

The main difference between Real Madrid of Lopetegui and Solari was the game of football players. The new manager did not change the scheme, as is often the case. These are the same 4-3-3 in the attack and 4-1-4-1 in the defense, but at the same time players in a creamy kit work noticeably more on the field, and in an interview they are getting ready to die for Solari.

The Argentine kept the tasks the same and only slightly clarified them. Bale moved to the left edge, trampling down Santiago Bernabéu's lawn for Cristiano Ronaldo, and Karim Benzema plays a real center forward and finally scores, not drops to partners. The Frenchman gained the confidence of the coach, which affected his confidence in the final phase of the attacks.

Whereas one shouldn’t forget whom Real Madrid played against. First - the representative of Segunda B Melilla, then the promising project of Ronaldo - Valladolid, Czech Victoria and finally Celta. By the way, the Galician team and scored the only goals Real Madrid for the last four matches. Real Madrid have the same problems in defense, and as though Ramos did not admire Solari, his physical form remained the same. And if we add to this the injury of the mate Marcelo Regilon, and Karvahal, who was registered in the infirmary, Creamy are waiting for tests in matches against more harmonious competitors.

Solari did not show himself in matches against worthy opponents, but the laws of Spanish football require Florentino Perez to make a decision regarding the head coach. Since you can only be acting for 15 days, Perez will stop at the Argentine and, according to Marca, offered the tutor a two-year contract.

While Solari recreated the atmosphere of greatness in the locker room of Real, which was not enough in recent months under Lopetegui. Footballers understand the coach’s setup, but the problems remain the same. And if 42-year-old Santiago becomes a messiah, the distance and matches against the teams from the first six will show.