Under the motto “This league we all win”, the rest of the first team players join the cause of the ‘Coronavida’ challenge. Januzaj, Willian José, Zaldua, Le Normand, Zubeldia, Portu, Aihen Muñoz, Guevara, Oyarzabal, David Zurutuza, Andoni Gorosabel, Diego Llórente, Alex Remiro, Luca Sangalli and Martin Ødegaard appear in the video with which the Donostiarra club joins to this challenge, which consists of all the First-tier clubs joining, being nominated among them. The Real has had to nominate Alaves, who will support the cause through its captain, goalkeeper Pacheco. Real Sociedad also joins the ‘Coronavida’ challenge, which was started at Betis by former Realist Sergio Canales and who also supports Valencia. It is an initiative with which it is intended that the different First Division clubs support social groups that help people with problems to overcome the health alert for the coronavirus. In the case of the realistic team, it is their captain, Asier Illarramendi, who has taken the singing voice. “The players also joined this challenge to give support in our case to the Hurkoa foundation,” says the midfielder from Mutrikuarra.Hurkoa is a foundation that deals with the care, defense and guardianship of the elderly or people with some type of illness in a situation of fragility, dependency or lack of protection in the province of Gipuzkoa. “In the situation in which we find ourselves, the most vulnerable are the elderly. That is why we want to collaborate with this foundation. Thanks to them, this league was won by all of us”, adds the central besaindarra Aritz Elustondo. Because Hurkoa is also helping those elderly people with difficulties at home, each year they serve more than 500 people in a supervised manner and 150 in its center. It has 63 professionals and 140 volunteers with whom they carry out their activity.
Has the heir to Cristiano Ronaldo’s throne at Real Madrid been found in Kylian Mbappe?That’s the question we’re starting to ask, as rumours intensify that the Monaco youngster could replace the Portuguese superstar, should he make a return to Manchester United this summer.Ronaldo is still widely considered the best player in world football, while Mbappe’s potential to become a great has caused a stir in the transfer window.So would the latter slot in with ease at the Santiago Bernabeu?Take a look, below, at a statistical comparison to see how the duo got on at their respective clubs last season.Ronaldo stats for the 2016/17 season:Appearances (all club comps): 44 startsTotal goals: 38La Liga goals: 25Champions League goals: 12Copa del Rey goals: 1La Liga assists: 6Champions League assists: 5Shots per game (all club comps): 5.7Key passes per game (all club comps): 1.2Dribbles per game (all club comps): 0.9Average passes per game (all club comps): 28.4Pass success percentage per game (all club comps): 82.5Aerial duels won per game (all club comps): 1.4Mbappe stats for the 2016/17 season:Appearances (all club comps): 29 starts, 15 substituteTotal goals: 26Ligue 1 goals: 15Champions League goals: 6Coupe de France goals: 2Coupe de la Ligue goals: 3Ligue 1 assists: 8Shots per game (all club comps): 1.8Key passes per game (all club comps): 1Dribbles per game (all club comps): 1.3Average passes per game (all club comps): 11.2Pass success percentage per game (all club comps): 75.7Aerial duels won per game (all club comps): 0.2 Ronaldo v Mbappe 1 read more