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Ancelotti gave way this Thursday to work with the ball practically from minute one of the morning session.

With the pre-season classic in Las Vegas (USA) against Barcelona already in the spotlight, Real Madrid increased the intensity of its preparation this Thursday with a double training session at UCLA University in Los Angeles (USA). .).

The friendly against the azulgrana on Saturday July 23 at the Allegiant Stadium in the city of the game is the most succulent match of this American tour of the white club.

After arriving in Los Angeles on Tuesday and after a first contact with the UCLA fields on Wednesday, coach Carlo Ancelotti scheduled a double training session this Thursday (morning and afternoon) in which he did not stop giving instructions and demanding intensity to their players.

Unlike on Wednesday, in which training was divided equally between a physical part and a more tactical part, Ancelotti gave way to the ball on Thursday practically from minute one of the morning session.

First with rounds and then with full-field exercises, Madrid worked on starting from behind, pressing and also creating in attack.

Karim Benzema, who trained for the first time this preseason on Wednesday after having enjoyed a few extra days off, returned to training -as he did the previous day- at the same level as his teammates.

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Under the Los Angeles sun it was also possible to see this Thursday the two signings of the madridistas for this season, Antonio Rüdiger and Aurélien Tchouaméni, already fully integrated into the group’s dynamics.

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