The grass of the Bernabéu is disturbing the royal, a mental coach, and the brilliance of Napoli… lights on the major European leagues

Many are the events that took place in the major European leagues last week, but in addition to goals, results and performance, there are other things that deserve to be highlighted and highlighted.

In the Bundesliga, there is something other than the intense rivalry between Dortmund and Bayern Munich for the Bundesliga title, which is the perfect Bayer Leverkusen series with Spanish coach Xabi Alonso.

And the former star of world football became an inspiration for Leverkusen after he led him from 16th place in the German League, when he took over the task last October, to sixth place after winning with two clean goals over Leipzig, his competitor for a European seat.

Leverkusen went 13 matches without defeat in all competitions and appears to be a candidate to qualify for the Champions League with 5 matches remaining, and reached the semi-finals of the European League.

Alonso, winner of the 2010 World Cup with Spain, said about his first coaching mission, that he is "proud of this team and the mentality it shows… After winning in Brussels over Bruges in the middle of the week (in the European League), we faced a strong competitor like Leipzig. The team was ready to fight and we must continue with this spirit." elevated.”

Bernabeu grass

In La Liga, Real Madrid is not only concerned about Barcelona's flight in the La Liga table, but the grass of the "Santiago Bernabeu" stadium is bothering the "Royal" and its coach.

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti strongly criticized the Santiago Bernabeu stadium after the 2-0 victory over Celta Vigo in the Spanish League the day before yesterday, Saturday, as the club prepares to change the stadium’s grass for the fifth time this season.

He said, "There is a problem with the stadium. The club is working on it, and I hope we can find a solution. The stadium needs improvement."

And after more than 3 years of restoration work, which promises to become one of the most impressive stadiums in the world, the final stages negatively affected the field and appeared in poor condition for Saturday's meeting.

It is expected that the repairs will be completed at the end of this year, and Real will continue to play on the field during the works, and hopes that conditions will be better when it hosts Manchester City in the first leg of the Champions League semi-finals early next month.

First title since Maradona

In Calcio, Napoli put a hand on the Italian league title after a fatal victory over Juventus for striker Giacomo Raspadori, which is the first title in Calcio since the era of Diego Maradona.

Napoli ended a frustratingly short run of 3 matches without a win and could clinch the title next week if they beat Salernitana at home on Saturday, provided second-placed Lazio fail to beat Inter Milan next Sunday.

"There were some obstacles towards the victory, so the players were right to celebrate a little because the goal came in injury time," Spalletti said.

Napoli beat Juventus back and forth in the league for only the fourth time, and the first since 2009-2010.

Mental coach for the Belgian Obenda

And at a time when Paris Saint-Germain is close to preserving its title as champion in the French League, there is a player who ignites “Ligue 1”.

Where Luis Openda, the Lens striker, became the talk of the French League with his brilliance during the 3-0 victory over Monaco the day before yesterday, Saturday, as the Belgian player scored two goals and assisted another, thus bringing his team close to qualifying for the Champions League.

Upanda, 23, went through a difficult period during which he scored 5 goals in 20 matches between September and early March, but he scored 8 goals and provided two assists in the last 6 matches after hiring a mental coach after the World Cup.

Lens became third, 5 points behind Monaco.

"This is always on our mind," Upenda said. "We are ready for the big matches."

"Louis is still young and has a brilliant future ahead of him," Monaco coach Philippe Clement, who was coach of Obenda at the "Brugge" club when he was growing up, confirmed.

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