Super Cup victory over Eintracht Frankfurt shows that Real Madrid are inevitable - The Warm-Up

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Real Madrid sent out the same starting XI for last night's Super Cup as they did for last season's Champions League final. Luka Modric and Toni Kroos, friction-free in the middle. Karim Benzema, lurking, shooting, scoring. Fede Valverde, playing three positions at once. Franck Kessie and Andreas Christensen have a clause that allows them to immediately reverse course if Barcelona can't persuade La Liga to pay for them.
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Super Cup in Helsinki: Frankfurt loses with dignity to Real Madrid

Against the Spaniards, Eintracht is annoyed by missed opportunities, then Alaba and Benzema decide the game.

4 months ago·Munich, Germany
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Super Cup victory over Eintracht Frankfurt shows that Real Madrid are inevitable - The Warm-Up

"Carlo Ancelotti sent out the team that won the Champions League, and once again they came back with the trophy. It\u0027s a simple game when you\u0027re so good that your exciting new signings can\u0027t even get in the team. Elsewhere, Barcelona are still short of cash as the season approaches, and FIFA are considering rearranging Qatar 2022. Just because."

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There are at least four players who were the main stars of Madrid's success in winning the 2022 European Super Cup title. Anybody? #kumparanBOLA

4 months ago·Indonesia
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Super Cup: Eintracht Frankfurt loses final against Real Madrid

Here you can find information on the topic of the “Super Cup”. Read “Eintracht Frankfurt loses final to Real Madrid” now.

4 months ago·Germany
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Historical moment. Real Madrid and Eintracht Frankfurt meet in European final 60 years later

Commentator João Nuno Coelho recalls the clash of the European Champions Cup final in 1960, in which the Spanish team won 7-3.

4 months ago·Porto, Portugal
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