When Camacho trained the National Team, in the training sessions he asked that they pass it to Valerón: "Give it to the good guy," said the former coach. Because players always look for the partner who can give them solutions, the one who finds solutions in the most complicated situations. In many occasions, in Real Madrid they looked for Marcelo, but now the lateral one is not for almost anything. And as Modric is not showing regular, who is looking for is Vinicius, who opens the field, deepens and always challenges his defender. In League, with 1.86 dribbles of average, is the white player who tries more times to leave his opponent. That's why in the first leg Valverde put Semedo to cover him up and that's why he's going to put him back tonight at the Bernabéu. «He is an unbalancing player and is having a great season, he has self-confidence and speed. But it does not condition the alignment», Valverde explained yesterday,« because if he does not play he does Asensio, Bale … Madrid has great players ». However, the coach knows that he has to protect himself well in that area, because that is where the opponent tries to do the most damage. It happened in the first leg, when during the first half, Carvajal and Lucas almost did not come into play. Both offer a lot of work and, if they are intoned, they are decisive and they manage to balance the field, make it wider and attack by both bands. But the first one the Solari midfielders are looking for when they have a problem is Vini. «His colleagues have helped him a lot. That veteran people dedicate your time to advise you is a respect that has earned with their talent. He arrives, demonstrates his class and humility and the rest comes to help him, "explained Solari. In the dressing rooms, hierarchies are very present and sometimes you look at them with distrust or you get to empty the young players who manage to take away the position of the most consecrated. It is one of the factors that coaches have to handle and it could be one of the reasons why Julen Lopetegui barely gave way to Vinicius when the whole club thought it was what the team needed. The Basque coach preferred to rely on the players who had been the longest, without caring about the state of form or the mood. He thought Vinicius needed time, not realizing that that was just what he did not have. Solari has been much more pragmatic: if Vinicius works, it was best to keep it in the field. And now, you can doubt between Lucas or Bale, but it is impossible to think about the Real Madrid lineup without the Brazilian in the field from the beginning.