- Spanish giants, Barcelona, have taken to social media to share their training drill
- The drill put on display is called Rondo and the aim of the drill is to cultivate possession keeping habit among the team
- Barcelona thrash Real Madrid 3 - 0 in their El Classico clash at the Santiago Benabeu
Spanish giant Barcelona have taken time to improve on their tiki taka playing pattern as they engaged in Rondo drills in their training sessions.
The Catalan giants who were three goals to the good over rivals Real Madrid at last weekend El-Classico on Saturday, December 23, has taken to the passing Rondo drill to increase their ball possession abilities.
Barcelona posted a Rondo training drill on their official Twitter handle with the caption " More
Pure Barça ⚽️"
Rondos are soccer drills where one group of players has the ball with overload advantage (3v1, 4v2, 5v2, 6v3) over another group of players.
The basic objective of the group with overload advantage is to keep possession of the ball while the objective of the group with fewer players is to win the ball back.
Legit.ng previously reported that Barcelona on Saturday afternoon, December 23 continued with their impressive performance this season by beating bitter rivals Real Madrid 3-0 in the 236th El Clasico.
The Catalan giants were unbeaten in the Spanish La Liga before this game, and the expectation of some fans was for Real Madrid to end their unbeaten run, but they could not.
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Real Madrid started the match impressive with the duo of Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema tormenting the defense of the visitors in which Marc Stegen made many saves.
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