SHOCKING NEWS: Real Madrid Carlo Ancelotti has blasted and sent a warning to one of his players after the team’s draw to Atletico Madrid. The manager singled out the player after his poor performance to the defeat, calling him a “game killer” He wants shouting at, I nearly said something else then. that’s why the fans don’t respect his presence in the team. and has no importance to the team. ” I think it’s high time for him to leave he cost us the match”.


Real Madrid fans were delighted with Brahim Diaz’s performance in the 1-1 draw against Atletico Madrid on Sunday night. Diaz, stepping in for the injured Vinicius Junior, scored a fine opener in the 20th minute, showcasing his impact on his eighth La Liga start of the season. His goal, a result of seizing a loose ball in the visitors’ box, demonstrated his prowess and earned him the title of the man of the match at the Santiago Bernabeu.

In addition to the goal, Diaz contributed significantly with three key passes, winning seven of 11 ground duels, and completing four of seven dribble attempts. Despite Marcos Llorente’s last-minute equalizer for Atletico Madrid, Diaz’s stellar performance drew praise from Real Madrid supporters.

Fans on social media, particularly X (formerly Twitter), expressed their admiration for Diaz’s display. One fan highlighted the initial doubts surrounding Diaz’s signing but acknowledged his immense potential, stating, “Almost everyone doubted Brahim’s signing. Proving everyone wrong. Always knew his talent had immense potential.”

Another fan applauded Diaz, emphasizing his outstanding individual performance under the circumstances: “Brahim Diaz, wow. That was one of the best individual performances of the season, and he only found out he was starting two minutes before kick-off. We applaud him.”

Described as a “good player” and a “beast” in the match, Diaz received widespread recognition for his contribution to Real Madrid’s efforts against their arch-rivals. Despite the draw, fans acknowledged Diaz’s ability to defy expectations and deliver on the pitch.

The decision to include Diaz in the starting lineup came as a result of Vinicius Junior’s injury during pre-match training. Carlo Ancelotti’s tactical choice to opt for Diaz over other options, such as Joselu, who had a recent double against Getafe, proved to be astute. Diaz, commenting on the last-minute inclusion, revealed, “I was on the bench, then suddenly they told me that I’m starting.”

Diaz’s consistent performances throughout the season have earned him praise, with seven goals and three assists in 26 games across competitions. Real Madrid supporters are increasingly recognizing his talent and impact, dispelling initial doubts about his capabilities upon returning from his loan spell at AC Milan last summer.

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