In Factory they are beginning to be known as the Arandazos. A type of play that begins to be the extreme’s calling card A hard tackle from Óscar Aranda to Subiela (born in Granada and generation of 2002) with Castilla and Juvenil.
An action consisting of face 40 meters of goal on the left wing, dribble or cut whoever gets in front of him, carve out a gap, hem with the right hand and strain the ball at demonic speed in the rival goal. The classic ax blows from afar with those who Cristiano delighted Real Madrid so many times.
A way to solve that in Valdebebas raises comparisons with which Aranda now employs, especially in the Youth League. On November 3, he did it to the Shakhtar at Di Stéfano (it was the final 1-0) and this past Tuesday he repeated against Inter.
It was 2-1 that gave the Whites a direct pass to the second round. To the Andalusian it seemed little, because in the discount he tried again, but between the goalkeeper Nerazzurri Rovida and the crossbar repelled the second Arandazo pm.
It is something that is not born from a specific inspiration. He also uses it in the competition with Castilla and rehearses it during the week in training. It perfects it, rather.
The fact is that the virtues christian. Saving the distances, he dominates various resources such as the Portuguese crack. This same course he scored a double against Gimnástic (2-1) with a big head jump. And to San Fernando (4-0) he did one with a left foot. Al Sabadell beat him with another of the ex-Madridista’s specialties: penalty.
Low key until 2024
Aranda is one of the members of the hopeful generation that won the last UEFA Youth League with Raúl and by age has been able to be registered to try to double with the current one.
His position in the first team is occupied by Vinicius and Hazard, which makes him an appealing piece for the many clubs that call Chamartín in January and June asking for the most notable homegrown players.
Madrid has been far-sighted with the Granada-born, who came to be summoned with Zidane to go to La Cerámica but did not make his debut, and before this explosion shielded you until 2024 to avoid intrusions for this new gem.
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