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“Can’t believe how united Real Madrid players are” – Real Madrid team stirs up the internet with photos of Eduardo Camavinga’s sunglasses

After beating Napoli, Real Madrid players posed wearing Eduardo Camavinga's spectacles.

The Real Madrid team was ‘all feelings’ following their 4-2 Champions League victory against Napoli. Eduardo Camavinga, who was hurt, resorted to social media to share some amusing photos. Following the triumph, the French International uploaded a photo of his teammates wearing his spectacles in the locker room. The footballer shared a large 24-image collage on social media, much to the pleasure of followers.

The athlete wore the spectacles during Real Madrid’s game against Napoli, which he watched from the sidelines. Camavinga, Luka Modric, Eder Militao, and Vinicius Jr. were all injured, yet Los Blancos prevailed.

Camavinga is sidelined for the season due to a knee injury received during the international break. The victory over Napoli secured the home team’s top position. Camavinga’s photo includes key Real Madrid players such as Luka Modric, Man-of-the-Match Jude Bellingham, and goal scorer Nico Paz. Several Real Madrid players have since remarked on the photo, whether on Instagram or Twitter.

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Camavinga’s tweet on social media propels Real Madrid over Napoli

Real Madrid squad. (Source: ESPN)
Real Madrid squad. (Source: ESPN)

Carlo Ancelotti guided Real Madrid to a first-place finish in the Champions League group stage once more. Los Blancos faced a tough Napoli squad that had gone undefeated in six of their previous seven games. A triumph at the Santiago Bernabeu, on the other hand, was followed by a montage of shots of Camavinga’s teammates donning his shades and posing humorously for photos.

A fan described this team as ‘Friendship FC,’ referring to how the group is well-knit and has a close bond off the pitch. Many enthusiasts set to work, analyzing individual images from the Frenchman’s 24-image collage.

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