Can Madrid win their forth UCL?

The 33-year-old was glad to end Ronaldo and Messi’s ongoing duopoly on the Goal 50 trophy and is certain of Real having an extraordinary season

Luka Modric has talked about his pleasure subsequent to winning the 2018 Goal 50 – granted to the world’s best player of the most recent a year – and says that Real Madrid are gunning for a fourth straight Champions League trophy, in spite of their poor begin to the season.

The Croatian metronome delighted in the greatest year of his splendid profession in 2018, lifting the Champions League with his club and driving his nation to the last of the World Cup in Russia.

MADRID, SPAIN – MAY 27: Luka Modric of Real Madrid CF holds the trophy as he celebrates with his teammates at Cibeles Square a day after winning their 13th European Cup and UEFA Champions League Final on May 27, 2018 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images)

This saw him get a large group of individual prizes, including the FIFA World Cup Golden Ball, The Best FIFA Men’s Player of 2018 and UEFA Men’s Player of the Year Award.

Modric has now added the Goal 50 trophy to his developing accumulation of individual distinctions in the wake of completing above a year ago’s champ, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, who completed second and third, separately.

In doing as such, Modric finished Ronaldo and Lionel Messi’s ongoing duopoly of the prize, with the Portuguese and the Argentine having guaranteed each Goal 50 trophy since Wesley Sneijder triumphed route in 2010.

“I am extremely happy to get this honor,” Modric told Goal .

“I might want to thank everybody who voted in favor of me. It is a respect to get it, and to follow in the strides of these two incredible players.

“Winning after these two fulfills me extremely. It is a respect for me.”

Regardless of this individual brilliance, Modric’s Real Madrid have persevered through a troublesome begin to the 2018-19 season, following the late spring offer of Ronaldo to Juventus.

They get themselves 6th in La Liga, four behind pioneers Barcelona, having been embarrassed 5-1 by their opponents in a month ago’s Clasico.

That outcome saw coach Julen Lopetegui sacked only months subsequent to succeeding Zinedine Zidane however Modric is sure that the group’s fortunes can be pivoted under current overseer supervisor Santiago Solari, who has won his initial four matches in all rivalries.

“What we need is to enhance since we have not begun the season well,” Modric admitted.

“Be that as it may, what is vital is the means by which we will wrap up. We will strive to make strides. What we need is to accomplish the difficulties that this group dependably confront.

“I would like to win a few titles that we have in front of us, or more all to enhance our amusement.

“What’s more, with the new mentor, I’m certain we will enhance and have a decent season.”

A decent season would without a doubt involve winning one more Champions League. Madrid have lifted the last three releases of club football’s greatest trophy – and four of the last five – and Modric trusts that the Blancos can hold their title.

“Nothing is outlandish in football,” the 33-year-old noted.

“Particularly for Real Madrid, as what we have done the last three seasons is something inconceivable, yet we have accomplished it.

“For what reason wouldn’t we be able to go for the fourth one? We will give everything.

“We must be modest, buckle down and regard others in light of the fact that there are incredible groups and consistently it is increasingly hard to win this container.

“In any case, as I let you know, we will have a go at everything. We have indicated commonly that nothing is unimaginable for this group.”

The Goal 50 is a yearly honor that both perceives and positions the world’s 50 best footballers of the previous a year.

Boss editors and journalists from Goal’s 42 versions around the globe all cast their votes, with hopefuls made a decision on their level of consistency over the earlier year of activity, their defining moment exhibitions, footballing inheritance and the accomplishment of their groups at both club and universal level.

Will Madrid win this coming UCL?

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