Zinedine Zidane opted to rotate his game for Real Madrid's 0-0 draw away at Getafe on Thursday night, with two players standing out in Brahim Diaz and Sergio Reguilon.
Both players showed that they can be useful for Zidane next season and fight to be in the starting line-up on a regular basis.
Reguilon, who was a regular starter under Santiago Solari, displayed his quality, while Brahim put in a performance that will make those at Madrid wonder if they should still loan him out next season.
Brahim not only showed desire and nerve, but he did so with class.
The 19-year-old, at times, was able to exhibit his potential and demonstrate why Madrid were so keen to sign him from Manchester City in the January transfer window.
His rainbow flick that ended in David Soria saving his shot, or his nutmeg through Mauro Arambarri's legs, was evidence that he can offer something for Zidane's side next season.
Keylor Navas did not much have much to do, but he showed up when he was needed.
Zidane once again put faith in the Costa Rican over Thibaut Courtois, perhaps an indication of his preference in goal heading into the 2019/20 campaign.
Navas' double save in the 73rd minute from Jorge Molina and Jaime Mata's shots saved Madrid from defeat.
Karim Benzema had been one of Madrid's best players in recent weeks, scoring his side's last eight goals, but he did not have one of his better games on Thursday night.
In fairness to the Frenchman, he had limited service and found it tough going against a resilient Getafe defence.
He had a chance in the second minute, but that was about it.
This was a golden point for Getafe in their bid to finish fourth and secure an improbable Champions League finish.
This point takes Pepe Bordalas' side up to 55 points for the campaign, level with Sevilla in fifth but with an advantage in their head-to-head record, with just four games left of the season.
This could be a special end to the campaign for everyone hoping to see the return of EuroGeta.
Jaime Mata tried to deceive the referee, Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea, as he went down under slight contact from Dani Carvajal.
However, De Burgos Bengoetxea did not bite and, if he had, VAR would have acted.
It is worth not remembering that small incident of Mata, who has had an outstanding season.