Real Madrid defense, marshalled by Sergio Ramos himself failed, Genuine Madrid commander Sergio Ramos requested “absolution” from fans after interminable opponents Barcelona gave them a mortifying 0-4 defeat in the La Liga Clasico at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium. (Luis Suarez, Neymar Lead Barcelona to 4-0 defeat of Real Madrid)
Suarez’s support and objectives from Neymar and Andres Iniesta brought down Real 0-4, as Real’s home fans sneered and booed their own side on Saturday in a match charged as the world’s greatest amusement in club football.
Real Madrid defense, marshalled by Sergio Ramos himself failed
“There’s very little to say. Today we need to approach the Real Madrid fans for pardoning for our poor execution. We didn’t play to the principles of this peak. These are things that can happen. Ideally we can put this behind us,” Ramos told realmadrid.com.
“With this torment comes a chance to correct retribution in a couple of months time and play the sort of diversion we needed to play today.” (FC Barcelona Coach Luis Enrique Satisfied With Real Madrid Thrashing in El Clasico)
The Real Madrid barrier, marshaled by the skipper himself neglected to contain a Barcelona side that was without Argentine genius Lionel Messi, as Brazilian Neymar and Uruguayan Suarez connected up splendidly with playmaker Iniesta and Croatian worldwide Ivan Rakitic.
Not just them, the Barceloan protectors – Javier Mascherano, Gerard Pique, Jordi Alba and Dani Alves didn’t give much open doors for Real’s acclaimed assaulting trio of Gaeth Bale, Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo.
“On the off chance that football was similar to maths, then it would dependably work out as arranged. There are things that can go seriously, we lost a great deal of passes and they knew how to gain by that,” Ramos conceded.
“They scored against us from the get-go and on top of that we couldn’t change over our chances into objectives. There were a ton of circumstances that prompted the outcome and as a group we weren’t up to the standard,” the Spanish global included.
In any case, the 29-year-old supported head mentor Rafa Benitez, whose position is under weight at the very least four months into the occupation. He had supplanted Carlo Ancelotti.
“Clearly we are standing immovably by the chief. All together be effective you need to stay united, and that is considerably more the situation when things don’t go well. We have confidence in our director and in our colleagues,” he said.
“We must be united, dust ourselves off and know that there are six months staying for us to battle for each of the three titles. It’s too early to be discussing disappointment.”
Ramos said, however that they will keep on battling for the La Liga title. (Rafael Benitez Not Scared of Losing Real Madrid Coaching Job After FC Barcelona Thrashing)
“Clearly there’s still far to go in La Liga. We’ve neglected La Liga titles with ten-point drives and we’ve won others in the wake of trailing by a great deal of focuses,” the 2010 World Cup champ said.
“It’s too soon to reach determinations however today was a major chance to assert some authority by drawing with Barcelona and going top.”