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Ahead of Chelsea Champions League match, Real Madrid star delivers fiery statements


The Santiago Bernabéu Stadium prepares for the team’s stronghold real Madrid Spain will host Chelsea in the first leg of the 2022-23 European Champions League quarter-final.

It is worth noting that the Royal Club reached the quarterfinals of the Champions League, defeating the English team Liverpool in the 1/8 finals with a score of 6:2 in the sum of the first and second legs.

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As for the Blues, they reached the quarter-finals of the tournament after losing to Germany’s Borussia Dortmund, who beat them two goals to one on aggregate.

The start of the match, in which the Meringue team and its counterpart Chelsea will meet, should sound today, Wednesday, at exactly nine o’clock in the evening Cairo time.

Real Madrid star makes fiery statements ahead of Chelsea match

French star Eduardo Camavinga, a merengue player, said during a pre-match press conference: “I was always told in the training center that you have strong bones and you are physically strong.”


He added: “Chwamini is like a brother to me, I love him very much. We never talk about competition between us and he is the first to tell me that I played well and vice versa.

And about his conversation with Chwamini about moving to Real Madrid, he continued: “We talked about it and I told him how it is here and we are always together, we laugh a lot and when we play together we try to find a friend. friend. “.

And about the possibility of Benzema winning the Ballon d’Or again, he replied: “Of course. Nothing is impossible. If he continues to perform the way he does now, then of course he can win again.”

He added: “Karim Benzema is an elegant player and a good leader. He never hesitates to give some advice. I really enjoy talking to him.” He always tells me that I did well, but we need to make some progress.”

And he said: “I talked to Deschamps, I told him that I deserved a place in midfield and that he should understand this very well. I was very happy that he brought me back to midfield against Ireland.”

And he continued: “When you enter a dressing room like Real Madrid, it’s about respect for everyone who is here, young and old, and I think you should respect them in the same way, and that’s what what I do every day.”

And concluded: “I have a PE coach and since I play a lot at the moment, we have switched trainings and I am working with him to improve the feelings, because there are players who come from all sides. “.


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