Ahead of the new Spanish Laliga season which will kick off this weekend in Spain, Real Madrid on Wednesday stepped up their preparation with another training session in the build-up to their first game of the new campaign on Saturday, against Deportivo Alaves.
The team completed their second training session of the week at the club's training ground on Wednesday afternoon, with all the available first team players in attendance. Carlo Ancelotti's men went through different vigorous fitness drills which include ball work, shooting, running with and without the ball before they concluded the session with a practice game at a reduced size pitch.
Check out the training photos below:
Photo credit: Real Madrid
Real Madrid will get the new campaign underway on Saturday against Deporivo Alaves at Estadio Mendizorroza in their first game of the 2021/22 season to declare the new challenge opened.
Real Madrid defeated Deportivo Alaves 4-1 the last time both sides met in a Spanish Laliga game. Can they get another victory on Saturday?
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