Real Madrid star Rodrygо’s improved form in recent weeks can be attributed to the winger sleeping with a smart ring.

Rodrygо has increased his goals and assists significantly this season, and these great performances may be the result of the smart ring he’s been sleeping with. The widget sends information to his personal trainer to tailor his training sessions based on how the winger rests.

The system has proven so effective that Madrid are considering incorporating it into the rest of the team next season so that each player can tailor his individual training sessions based on how well he or she sleeps.

The 22-year-old has been outstanding for Madrid in recent weeks, scoring and assisting in the recent 4-2 win over Almeria and scoring twice as they beat Osasuna 2-1 in the Copa del Rey in early May.

The attacker could be left out of the Madrid team in Saturday’s clash with Getafe as Carlo Ancelotti plans to rest the players for the upcoming Champions League meeting with Manchester City.

In the football village, it has become a trend for the media to label young talent as the “second” of the previous stars.

Being labeled “second” can be considered an honor for young players. However, it makes them bear invisible pressures on their shoulders, forcing them to rise to the level of great seniors.

Rodrygo – a guy who grew up in Sao Paulo – carries the same pressures on his shoulders.

Rodrygo was called by the Brazilian media withthe nickname “Little Neymar” when he celebrated his 12th birthday… for the 12th time. A year earlier, this boy had become the youngest athlete to sign a sponsorship contract with the “giant” “Nike.

“I think I will always be compared to myself,” Rodrygo said in an exclusive interview with Goal after being honored at NxGn 2020 – a ranking of the best teenage players.

“We are talking about Neymar – an ideal model. He had a lot of achievements while I was just getting started. How can I compare with him! Being likened to Neymar is a wonderful thing. It shows that I am proving myself and developing my career in the right direction. But either way, it’s lame to compare me to such an idol player.”

“I always tell people: Stop comparing! I have a lot of pressure. Oh my god! I don’t want to be compared with anyone. Right now, fortunately, there aren’t many people talking about me with seniors.”

For Rodrygo to reach the level of the most expensive strikers in the world, it will be a long road that no one knows when it will ever arrive. However, Real Madrid’s winger has initially brought positive signs on the way to becoming a big star.

After moving from Santos in a contract worth 45 million euros (£39 million), the young Brazilian talent was planned by the coaching staff to play in the Real Madrid youth team, in the third tier ofthe football system. Spanish stone.

However, with blockbuster players like Eden Hazard and Luka Jovic having problems, coach Zinedine Zidane was forced to bring the 19-year-old striker to the first team at the end of September.

Responding to the expectations of the French strategist, in the first official match (against Osasuna), Rodrygo only needed 93 seconds from entering the field to shake the opponent’s net. He dribbled the ball from the left wing, bursting into the penalty area before unleashing a beautiful cut.

After the goal of a lifetime comes a unique celebration! Rodrygo went to every corner of the Santiago Bernabeu stadium to bow to the audience. And since then, the fans of the White Vulture have had faith that this will be the new hero of the club.

By Lylla

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