Sergio Ramos: Real Madrid will win again, no one will doubt it

Ruben Hill
August 17, 2018

Real Madrid midfielder, Carlos Casemiro, has reflected on the exit of Cristiano Ronaldo from the club.

Are we witnessing the dying light of the Real Madrid supernova?

Real Madrid can not use the loss of Cristiano Ronaldo as an excuse for underachieving this season, midfielder Casemiro said after losing the UEFA Super Cup 4-2 to Atlético Madrid in Real's first competitive game since their superstar joined Juventus.

And so to say that eyes on are Lopetegui is an understatement - and they didn't like what they saw against Atletico in the European Super Cup as their cross-city rivals ran out 4-2 winners.

Speaking about the match, the Brazilian was quoted by Express Sports as saying, "Sure, we can not cover things".

But the coach said he was certain the team were still full of hunger to win silverware.

Lopetegui endured a tumultuous summer after being sacked as Spain coach on the eve of the World Cup and faces an unenviable task in following Zidane, who lifted a remarkable nine trophies in less than three years in charge of Real, including three consecutive Champions League titles.

The club received 105 million euros (RM489 million) from Juve for Ronaldo in July, but the only new recruit at the Bernabéu has been goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois from Chelsea.

"We don't have a better or worse squad because of one result, the matter of new signings is for those higher up than me".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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