Real Madrid’s Early Season Success: Pattern or Coincidence?

The start of Real Madrid’s La Liga campaign has raised intriguing questions: Is their early-season success a well-established pattern or just a series of coincidences?

Despite facing the challenge of not having a designated number nine and dealing with six injured players, Real Madrid has managed to secure victories in all four of their league games. As they head into the international break, they boast 12 points, having scored eight goals while conceding only two.

What adds a fascinating twist to this narrative is that both goals conceded were scored by former club academy graduates – Sergio Arribas, who recently signed with Almeria, and Borja Mayoral, currently with Getafe.

Fans and pundits have offered varying perspectives on this curious trend:

đź—Ł Rano: “Our youth players keep doing it. It’s a curse.”

đź—Ł AlsoknownasZed: “Can’t wait for Mariano to stuff us..”

đź—Ł Abdule_10: “So this is our heritage.”

đź—Ł IcistVini: “Academy players scoring against Madrid… Works like clockwork.”

So, the question remains: Is this a recognizable pattern, where former academy players come back to haunt their former club, or is it simply a sequence of unrelated events? What are your thoughts on this intriguing situation?

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