When Real Madrid seemed to look hopeless, Rodrygo Goes stood up and displayed impressively, twice. His name might have been overshadowed by those who have played more regularly, such as Vinicius Junior or even Eduardo Camavinga. Still, he consistently finds a way to be part of the conversation
again. It may be an issue that he is not as consistent as his young counterparts, but this makes him stand out. He is decisive and has put it all together for the club when they need it the most.
Only a few days later, Real Madrid played Sevilla. Coming out Victorious will give Los Merengues three points lead, but this was against arguably the most formidable opponents left on their way to the league title. These three points would hold weight and get them with practically one hand on the trophy and move them three points ahead of Sevilla, who are in third place and fighting against all odds to take first place. However, Real Madrid found themselves down as they went into half-time. Sevilla scored twice and was in complete control of the game until that point.