Almost certain it has to do with the players performances in training and what they do in games when they play, meaning: you can score in a game but if you've not trained better than your teammate who you're competing with for a spot, then you're going to be behind in the pecking order.
I personally thought Simeone and Burgos waited way too long to get Saúl onto the pitch as Mario was left all alone to cover large spaces because Koke was super tired. Our team was also very bad at keeping the ball in the last 25 minutes. Instead of taking care of possession like Siqueira and Arda did at the very end when Getafe couldn't get it off our players, many of our players (Koke and Griezmann in particular) kept playing the final ball to kill off the game. Once we didn't succeed in that attempt, Getafe got the ball and our players had issues with Yoda's explosive runs on the right wing. Had we kept the ball better, Getafe would've been forced to chase the ball and could've lost their organization. This way, we let them into the game.
Originally Posted by Andrix
zoric man, do you have like 5 screens in your room streaming 7 channels while simultaneously following 10 livescore websites?
Originally Posted by BoRiS_ThE_BuLLetDoDgeR