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Marcos Alonso reveals the best midfielder between Kante and Busquets



Marcos Alonso reveals the best midfielder between Kante and Busquets

Former Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso was left stumped when asked by ESPN who was better out of N’golo Kante or Sergio Busquets.

The Spain international enjoyed numerous successful years with the 31-year-old at Stamford Bridge. The pair won the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup together amongst other honours.

However, he has certainly enjoyed a successful switch to La Liga so far. His side sit 12 points clear of Chelsea’s Champions League opponents, Real Madrid in the league.

They were on the right end of a famous El Clasico win yesterday, as they scored late to win 2-1 at the Nou Camp.

This sparked wild celebrations in the dressing room after the game, which were unexpectedly joined by current Blue Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

In the build up to last night’s game, ESPN did a quick fire questions segment with Alonso, which they ended with asking whether he thought Kante or Busquets were better.

Alonso picks Kante or Busquets

He couldn’t come up with a definitive answer though, replying: “Both.”

Chelsea supporters were welcomed by the sight of Kante being back in the matchday squad for the first time since August, after his lengthy lay-off due to injury.

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While he wasn’t utilised in the 2-2 draw with Everton, the timing of his comeback will be extremely positive for the club.

With the Champions League quarter-final coming in just a few weeks against Madrid, and the well-known performances Kante has provided in that competition, particularly on the way to winning in 2021.

It is likely that he will be partnering club-record signing Enzo Fernandez in midfield for those games, with him seemingly having all the traits and abilities required to be the perfect partner for the technically-gifted World Cup winner.


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