Ancelotti: Real Madrid is not considered invisible

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Carlo Ancelotti has admitted that the Real Madrid team are not invisible despite being unbeaten in the League.

Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti admits the Spanish team is not invisible as he believes any team can be beaten even with less quality.

The La Liga league leader will host Sevilla at the Santiago Bernabeu following a 3-0 victory against Elche on Wednesday.

Real Madrid are yet to lose a game in the La Liga this season but the former Everton manager admits they are not invisible.

Speaking ahead of the La Liga clash Ancelotti said: “The team are doing well. Courtois is back and we’ll see about the rest. Ceballos is out. Any changes I make are just to try to prevent future problems. We’re on a good run of form and we have to carry on like this, being aware that every game is different and has its own difficulties. We’re up a side looking to get out of a tricky period.

“It’s going to be hard for us because they’re doing well and have displayed their commitment and attitude over the last few games. There’s never an easy game”. We don’t consider ourselves invincible. There has never been an invincible team in the history of football, anybody can beat you with more or less quality. Football is also about commitment and attitude. We’re playing well at the moment and intend to carry on like that.”

The World Cup will be coming up in less than a month and major leagues will be on break till the end of the tournament.

When asked if the World cup is an enemy Ancelotti said: “If it is the enemy, it is everyone’s enemy as every team with players going to the World Cup. We will all evaluate it after the World Cup because we don’t know what’s going to happen.

“It is a matter of individual fatigue and if someone comes back early they won’t need more rest. Having the World Cup at this stage of the season means that the players go into it with a higher level of intensity than before because they’re coming in ready to go and at their peak.

“They’ve gone into past World Cups exhausted and this time they’ll go into it full of energy. The World Cup can have an impact on an individual level these days, but the coach makes decisions on a daily basis and aims to field the players required to win the games”.



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