Real Madrid and Croatia midfielder Luka Modric has been described as a phenomenon and amazing player by Atlanta and Croatia player Pasalic. The Croatia international admitted that his compatriot Luka Modric is a key figure in every Real Madrid's games.
The Atlanta star Pasalic stated this when reacting to the performance of his fellow country man in the UEFA Champions League game played on Wednesday night where Real Madrid defeated Atlanta 1-0. Pasalic says despite playing in every three days in non-stop action, his compatriot Modric never gets injured and plays very well.
He said "Luka is a miracle, a phenomenon and still a key figure in Real Madrid's games. He plays every three days, in non-stop action. He's never injured and plays very well. He's amazing."
On Wednesday night, Atlanta was defeated 1-0 by Real Madrid despite having huge numbers of first team players injured. The goal was scored by a French player Mendy assisted by the Croatia midfielder Luka Modric.
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