Brahim’s Gesture towards Güler on the Bench Unseen on TV: ‘Brother, You Can’t…’

Yesterday, there were two main protagonists in Real Madrid’s victory in German lands against RB Leipzig. One was a wall in the goal, Lunin, and the other was a player who, after three seasons on loan at Milan, has returned to stay for a long time and with the status of a team star, Brahim.

The goal he scored last night, aside from being the best of the year in the Champions League, demonstrates the enormous quality of a player who is breaking through, after starting the season without minutes.

Brahim, after scoring a superb goal, had a gesture of affection with Güler on the bench, which is commendable. But if that earns him praise for what he does on the field, the gesture he had with Arda Güler on the bench, consoling the young Turkish player, who hasn’t had many minutes this season at Real Madrid, earns him the hearts of Madridistas, as some reflected on social media. “Brother, you can’t be sad, you’ll soon have your moments of glory.” Güler is affected by his few minutes of play. He demands more presence, and patience is still being asked of him from the club. He will surely succeed, but in due time.

Güler has immense talent, but he may need a year away from Madrid, gaining minutes in elite competitions. The Ottoman, who has immense talent, may need to be loaned out next summer to continue gaining experience at the elite level and prove that he was born to be a legend of Real Madrid.

In the photo where the Malagueño comforts Güler, there is also a player who is one of the greatest midfielders in the history of football but has ceased to be important for Ancelotti.

We’re talking about Luka Modric, the Croatian genius who, at 38, seems to be living his last months as a Real Madrid player after twelve seasons at the club and five Champions League titles to his name, although it could be six if the fifteenth is won this season.

Unlike Kroos, Modric’s performance has declined, and in a midfield where there are players like Valverde, Camavinga, Tchouaméni, or Bellingham, who are physically powerful, the Ballon d’Or winner can no longer keep up. He will remain one of Real Madrid’s greatest legends in history and bid farewell with honors at the Santiago Bernabéu.

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