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Laso’s era is still in effect and Jasikevicius’s has not yet begun

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Real Madrid doesn’t stop winning: 22 titles with the Basque


Real Madrid won their 36th LaLiga this Sunday, the sixth with Pablo Laso, a winning cycle of the last 11 years that is still very much in force, despite ups and downs or a Barça that seemed to have the strength and confidence to change lately history .

The white team brought out the competitive gene that Laso awakened in June 2011, in a season that was looking bleak in April, with bad feelings, many losses and some unexplained, a squad that didn’t seem to be working, injuries and a eternal rival traveling at cruising speed to confirm the Jasikevicius project.

In the moment of truth, Real Madrid signed a league upgrade that left them a stupid minute away from winning the Euroleague and saw them reclaim the league throne they haven’t held since 2019. Only two losses in the last 20 games of the season. to prolong a cycle that has no end, fixed in endings and titles.

Excitement at the end of the cycle grew in the capital because the Saras project caught on in Barcelona. The Kaunas native gave the Catalans their first league in seven years, won the cup and reached the Euroleague final in his first year. This campaign had to confirm an era and go at the expense of Madrid, but the Whites, despite almost hitting rock bottom, had other plans.

In the moment of truth, Madrid grew in the face of adversity and learned from sticks. Barça reached the European semi-finals in Belgrade with 11 Clásicos from 14 wins and four of the last five were for Madrid. Laso and his team knew how to turn the tables to win a league that defied them.

The victory brings continuity to the Laso era, 22 titles for the most-capped manager in club history and clipping the wings of the eternal rivals. The Barcelona bet for Jasikevicius is losing strength in his sophomore year amid the wear and tear the Kaunas player’s intensity seems to be causing in his players.

The doubts are now with Barça, who must look for lost confidence and even renewal in their squad when it seemed they had no rival. Being first in both La Liga and Euroleague didn’t sit well with the Azulgranas, who were able to retire at the end of the regular season and never regain their level.

Source europapress.es

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