Luka Modric, Casemiro and Toni Kroos have repeatedly helped Real Madrid in the Champions League in recent years. In this year’s eighth-final first leg at PSG, however, the trio barely saw land – and will not be able to make up for that in the second leg.
In Madrid, Blancos probably remains only the 36-year-old Modric: In addition to the yellow-locked Casemiro (left-back Ferland Mendy lacks also locked), real estate will have to do without Kroos, who should have drawn in training a muscle injury in the left leg. The “as” and other Spanish media reported on Thursday.
As a substitute for Casemiro and Kroos, coach Carlo Ancelotti, whose rare rotating he seems to fall on the feet, rely on Fede Valverde and Eduardo Camavinga, which has so far only very irregular to the train.
Despite great inferiority in the Prinzenpark, the royal had come away with a late 0: 1. The awayator rule is not known anymore.