Karim Benzema scores once more as Real Madrid defeat Juventus at the Rose Bowl.

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Real Madrid defeated Juventus by a score of 2-0 in their final preseason game, registering a commanding victory despite consistently outplaying the Italian powerhouses.

From the first minute, Los Merengues surrounded Juventus and put pressure on them; they did not let up, even when the team was rotated in the second half. The fact that Real Madrid’s team intends to win every competition they participate in this season, starting with the UEFA Super Cup on August 10, is a credit to their depth and culture.

Real Madrid displayed a fluid, flowing assault in front of a sellout crowd of more than 93,000 spectators at the Rose Bowl, with Karim Benzema and Vinicius Jr. setting the tone with their quick-fire combinations and interchanging play. On one of those incredibly swift vertical attacks, Vinicius was penalized, and Benzema successfully kicked the penalty. The second goal by Marco Asensio in the second half was the result of yet another brilliant, precise passing move.

Juve had a rough night because they lacked cohesion and inspiration in comparison to Real Madrid. Dusan Vlahovic, the star attacker for Juventus, played his first preseason minutes, but he was left alone and had no effect on the game. the signing of Owing to the summer workload appearing to have caught up with him and the absence of starters Paul Pogba, Wojciech Szczesny, and Weston McKennie due to various injuries, Angel Di Maria suffered his quietest preseason game.

The UEFA Super Cup encounter between Real Madrid and Eintracht Frankfurt will take place on Tuesday, August 10 in Helsinki. Before beginning their Serie A campaign against Sassuolo on August 15, Juventus will play another friendly against Atletico Madrid on August 7.

the highlights are below:

THE KARIM BENZEMA-DEPENDENT MADRID It’s likely impossible for Real Madrid fans to avoid feeling uneasy when they witness a performance like the one their club put on against Juventus. He not only scores goals, but he also sparks the attack. With his passing combinations, dribbling maneuvers, and an uncommon vision, he enters midfield and ignites the attack. He sets the tone, and Benzema is joined on the field by Vinicius Jr.

The difference on the field was noticeable when he wasn’t playing versus Barcelona in the first preseason game. And the boost the team received when he made his debut against Club America was clear. However, Benzema will turn 35 in December, and Father Time has won. When injury or aging start to affect the best player in the world, it’s unclear what Carlo Ancelotti will accomplish without him. In 2022–2023, you may anticipate the Italian executive to manage his time wisely.

JUVENTUS NEEDS YOUR HELP Even though the additions of Paul Pogba, Weston McKennie, and Federico Chiesa will undoubtedly alter the Old Lady’s character, Juventus is still 3 to 4 players away from being able to compete with the top clubs in Europe, in my opinion.

Their Brazilian full-backs are no longer game-changers, so for them to have efficient wing play, Juan Cuadrado and Angel Di Maria must both be strong and healthy. Currently, they lacked a genuine defined game strategy that was visible on the field and were an uncoordinated squad versus Real Madrid. Instead of acting on occasions, they reacted, and that won’t always be effective, especially without game-changers like Pogba and Chiesa.

Dusan Vlahovic may have cost the Bianconeri a lot of money when they acquired him in January, but if he doesn’t contribute to the team, there’s no use in having him, and that much was evident at the Rose Bowl when he was isolated on an island. Because he didn’t have any real chemistry or teamwork with teammates Moise Kean and Angel Di Maria, when he did receive the ball, he had to face Real Madrid’s defense alone.

Juventus needs time and good health.

JUVENTUS VS. REAL MADRID FINAL SCORE: 1H 2H Real Madrid 1 1 2 Juventus Objects: RMA Karim Benzema (19th minute penalty) RMA Jesus Vallejo (Marco Asensio) 69th minute.

lineups for Real Madrid

Courtois Carvajal, Militao (Rudiger 46′), Alaba, Mendy Modric, Casemiro, Kroos Valverde, Benzema, and Vinicius Jr. were the players for Real Madrid in the first half of their 4-3-3 formation.

Courtois Vazquez, Rudiger, Nacho, Vallejo Ceballos, Tchouameni, Camavinga Asensio, Hazard, and Rodrygo were the players for Real Madrid in the 64th minute (4-3-3, right to left).

lineups for Juventus

Perin Danilo, Bonucci, Bremer, Sandro Zakaria, Locatelli, Fagioli Di Maria (Cuadrado 46′), Vlahovic, and Kean were the players for Juventus in the first half (4-3-3) from right to left.

Pinsoglio Barbieri, Gatti, Rugani, Pellegrini Zakaria, Ravella, Cudrig Ake (Soul), Da Graca, and Cuadrado for Juventus in the 70th minute (4-3-3, right to left)

REAL MADRID VS. JUVENTUS LIVE UPDATE, PRESEASON FINAL HIGHLIGHTS: JUVENTUS 0, REAL MADRID 2 Full-time: You should know the following regarding how this one turned out:

Best Juventus chance of the second half came in the 86th minute. A right-side box delivery crosses the goal face and is cleared away for a corner.

Marco Asensio receives a yellow card in the 83rd minute for a reckless over-the-ball tackle on Juan Cuadrado. Absolutely needless
81st minute: With each Real Madrid pass, the crowd chants “ole.” It’s embarrassing for Juventus.

72nd minute: Juventus has gradually introduced substitutes over the past ten minutes, including one for a substitute who was hurt right away (Ake). Here is the most recent Juve lineup:

Carlo Pinsoglio is in the Juventus lineup (4-3-3, from right to left) (GK) Tomaso Barbieri, number 42 Federico Gatti (15), Danielle Rugani, 24 Luca Pellegrini, No. 17 Dennis Zakaria, Nicholas Ravella, Nicholas Cudrig Marley Ake (30-Matias Soule), Marco Da Graca, 40 Juan Cuadrado (#11)

Goal at 69 minutes Real! New players in large numbers for Real Madrid? identical Real Madrid Jesus Vallejo crosses the ball from the left to the top of the six-yard box in an amazing passing combination, and Marco Asensio hammers it in. Its simplicity makes it lovely.

Real Madrid adds nine players in the 64th minute. This is the updated lineup:

Starting lineup for Real Madrid (4-3-3, right to left): 1-Thibaut Courtois (GK) Luciano Vazquez, Anthony Rudiger, 6-Nacho, Jesus Vallejo, No. 5 Daniel Ceballos (19), Aurelien Tchouameni (18), 25. Eduardo Camavinga eleven. Marco Asensio 21-Rodrygo and 7-Eden Hazard

Real Madrid puts on a clinic in the 62nd minute. Karim Benzema flicks the ball into the low left corner of the goal, but Perin of Juventus stops it. The Real Madrid starting lineup is reluctant to leave the pitch. They swiftly took the corner kick to prevent the substitutions from coming on.

59th minute: Real Madrid is involving everyone. Juve’s goalkeeper stopped a shot from Dani Carvajal, and Toni Kroos subsequently fired a shot that went high. Real Madrid is about to make several substitutions.

54th minute: Real Madrid has been playing exclusively since the second half began, and they are doing it with the same vigor and brilliant teamwork.

After Bonucci miscommunicated with his goalkeeper and David Alaba surged all the way up from center back to shoot on goal, Real Madrid’s Manuel Locatelli made an unbelievable acrobatic leap to deny Juve a clear chance. The Italian team’s start to the second half has not been good.

46th minute: The second half has begun. For Eder Militao, Antonio Rudiger is brought in. Angel Di Maria is replaced by Juan Cuadrado.

JUVENTUS 0; REAL MADRID 1 at halftime. Real Madrid is in the lead at the half, as they should be. The European champions made their intentions clear from the first whistle. They attack in numbers with players switching positions and combining efficiently. They are direct, vertical, and quick. Things happen when Vinicius Jr. and Karim Benzema are on the ball.

Juve’s play has been sluggish, disjointed, and lacking in ideas in the attack, despite Real Madrid’s fluidity. They usually rely on Angel Di Maria’s originality, which has been lacking today; he looks to be having a low energy outing so far, or they rely on Dusan Vlahovic to come up with something on his own. Vlahovic, meanwhile, has remained unnoticed and invisible. And with Moise Kean, there is no chemistry. Although this is the first game that Vlahovic and Di Maria have played together, Massimiliano Allegri, the coach of Juventus, still has a lot of work to do.

44th minute: Dusan Vlahovic, who had previously been anonymous, receives the ball in the box, but Eder Militao acrobatically recovers and clears the ball for a corner. It has no effect.

38th minute: Not much is happening in the game, but it is obvious that Real Madrid poses a serious threat to Juventus’ defense when they are advancing. Juventus finds it harder to come up with risky attacking maneuvers. The flow of events isn’t as smooth as it is for Real.

Juventus has a claim for a penalty in the 27th minute! However, there is no VAR and the referee does not make a call. Eder Militao is beaten to the ball by Angel Di Maria as Ferland Mendy mysteriously passes the ball back into his own box. It appeared to be a punishment. Still, the score is 1-0.

19th minute: Real Madrid scores! The penalty is converted by Karim Benzema. The top forward in the world has two goals in two games.

17th minute: Real Madrid is given a penalty! After a poor turnover by Dusan Vlahovic, Vinicius Jr. receives the ball in the box and is tackled from behind by Danilo. blatant penalty

Juve captain Leonardo Bonucci scores a goal on a set piece in the 13th minute. What a transformation this game has undergone. Later, in the Real Madrid box, Dusan Vlahovic and Denis Zakaria interfere with one another. Juventus has re-entered this contest.

11th minute: Juventus launches its first sustained attempt as a result of left defender Alex Sandro pushing all the way up to the goal line. However, the Juventus forwards are unable to complete the play.

Manuel Locatelli made a terrible tackle on Fede Valverde in the fifth minute. Real Madrid performs a drill on the practice field with no cards being shown.

The defending champions from Spain are off to a fast start. Juventus is off to another subpar start to a game (the same thing happened against Barcelona, with their giveaways only compounding the problems and the pressure).

First minute: The game begins. Real Madrid are wearing their lilac uniforms, while Juventus are wearing their black-and-white stripes. Karim Benzema of Real Madrid scores after 10 seconds, but three players were offside.

10 minutes before kickoff, Mr. Juventus is in California supporting the side he previously strongly supported.
75 minutes before start, Real Madrid supporters gathered outside the Rose Bowl:

120 minutes before the game’s scheduled start, organizers declared an official sellout and warned supporters without tickets to stay away from Rose Bowl Stadium. To ensure they get in on time, individuals who had tickets were instructed to arrive two hours prior to kickoff.

Real Madrid will wear the following jerseys against Juventus, with 120 minutes until kickoff:

JUVENTUS vs. REAL MADRID LINEUPS After recovering from an ankle ailment, Dani Carvajal begins at right back against Juventus, although given that it is Carvajal’s first preseason game, Lucas Vazquez is likely to take his position at halftime. Federico Valverde defeats Marco Asensio and Rodrygo for the right flank spot in the only other lineup decision.

Starting lineup for Real Madrid (4-3-3, from right to left): 1-Thibaut Courtois (GK) (2) Daniel Carvajal three Eder Militao (4) David Alaba 23. Fernand Mendy ten) Luka Modric 14-Casemiro, Toni Kroos (#8) Federalisto Valverde, Karim Benzema, 9, and Vinicius Jr., 20,

Real Madrid substitutes (18): Luis Lopez (26), Andriy Lunin (13), and (GK), Luca Canizares, thirty (GK), Vincent Tobias, Luciano Vazquez, Anthony Rudiger, 6-Nacho, Five- Jesus Vallejo 25-Eduardo Camavinga, 16-Alvaro Odriozola Aurelien Tchouameni (18), Daniel Ceballos (19), eleven. Marco Asensio Mariano Diaz, 24 21-Rodrygo, (7) Eden Hazard Juanmi Latasa, 29, and Borja Mayoral, 12

Dusan Vlahovic and Weston McKennie were both expected to make their preseason debuts for Juventus against Real Madrid, but McKennie is not to be spotted in the squad despite initial reports suggesting a shoulder injury. Along with Moise Kean and Angel Di Maria, Dusan Vlahovic makes his debut.

Regular Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, who has an adductor problem, is replaced by backup Mattia Perin, while full-back/winger Juan Cuadrado starts on the bench.

Starting lineup for Juventus (4-3-3, from right to left): 36-Mattia Perin (GK) 6-Danilo, Leonardo Bonucci (19), 3-Bremer, Twelve Alex Sandro Dennis Zakaria, Manuel Locatelli (#27), No. 44 Nicolo Fagioli Angle Di Maria, Dusan Vlahovic (9), Moise Kean (18)

Carlo Pinsoglio (GK), and Giovanni Garofani (12) for Juventus (GK), Federico Gatti (15), Danielle Rugani, 24 Tomaso Barbieri, number 42 Luca Pellegrini (17), Juan Cuadrado (#11), 30 Matthew Soule Nicholas Ravella, 34-Nicolo Cudrig, 40-Marco Da Graca, and 33-Marley Ake

MORE: Real Madrid schedule for 2022–2023

UK, USA, Canada: REAL MADRID VS. JUVENTUS TV Channel, Live Stream Australia Date Saturday, July 30 Saturday, July 30 Sunday, July 31 Fox Sports Go DAZN, Premier Sports 1 FS2, and Fox Deportes Streaming Premier Player HD fuboTV are available at the following times: 03:00 BST, 22:00 ET, 22:00 ET, and 12:00 AEST. Pristine U.K.: Real Madrid and Juventus’ friendly match at this weekend’s Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, will be broadcast on Premier Sports 1 in the UK and streamed on Premier Player HD.

USA: FS2 and Fox Deportes, both of which are streamed on fuboTV channels, will both carry the friendly on Saturday. The game will also be available to view on Fox Sports Go.

Fans in Canada will be able to watch the action on DAZN.
Australia: At noon local time, Paramount will stream Real Madrid vs. Juventus.

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