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The Spanish giants, who currently find themselves in second place in Group H, have now suffered back-to-back losses for the first time since January, the first coming against Girona last weekend.
Club captain Ramos has insisted, however, that he has no doubt his team will bounce back from their slump.
"We understand that the fans could get disillusioned after recent results, but Real Madrid always fight back, and if anyone thinks that we're done for, we'll put them in their place," the Spain defender told reporters, as quoted by FourFourTwo.
"From my experience at Real Madrid, when you lose a couple of games, people begin to talk about a crisis. You have to stay calm and be united.
"We're alive in our favourite competition, the Champions League. We must stay calm, remain united and convinced that the Real Madrid we know will be back very soon."
Real's all-time leading goalscorer Ronaldo also had a message for his side's critics.
"People cannot forget the good things that we have done," the Portugal captain said.
"I do not know what it means to say this is a crisis, people forget the good things we have done very quickly.
"We can lose three or four games, but there is never a crisis."
Sphamandla Ntshokotsha

Sphamandla Ntshokotsha

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1 comment:

  1. Real Madrid must just accept the fact that their dominance is over...nothing last forever...They won't win La Liga, They won't win Champions League and they will finish the season trophyless.


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