Real Madrid may have plenty of other stars and bigger names, but few have proved more crucial than Lucas Vazquez in Zinedine Zidane’s plans and Los Blancos’ success in 2016.
His versatility has meant he has played in 32 Athletic Bilbao Trikot Kinder of the matches in the 37 unbeaten run, equally at ease on either wing or even in midfield if need be.
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Filling in quite capably for Gareth Bale since his injury, the Galician allows Real Napoli Trikot Kinder to defend in a 4-4-2 shape and attack in a 4-3-3, something the team really appreciates.
The FIFA Club World Cup consolidated his position within the Real Madrid squad, and Zidane continues to count on him no matter the challenge.
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