Published: Wed, March 06, 2019
Sports | By Angie Alvarado

Sergio Ramos Films Documentary During Real Madrid's Loss to Ajax

Sergio Ramos Films Documentary During Real Madrid's Loss to Ajax

David Neres slots Ajax's second goal against Real Madrid.

Dusan Tadic's majestic turn around dumb-founded Madrid midfielder Casemiro to set up the second goal lit up social media , and Barcelona fans relished seeing future player Frenkie de Jong making light work of Luka Modric.

Solari stated: "It's really painful, we're sorry for our fans, who were awesome in the way they supported the team in what was a very tough time".

Real Madrid's El Clásico loss leaves them 12 points behind Barcelona and five adrift of Atletico Madrid but Gareth Bale can still hold out for European glory in the Champions League.

Former Inter Manager, Jose Mourinho, spoke to Bein Sports about the possibility of a return to his former club Real Madrid saying that to return to one of his former clubs would not be a problem for him.

Trailing 2-1 from the first leg, Ajax stunned the holders by winning 4-1 at the Bernabeu to win 5-3 on aggregate.

- Madrid have lost four successive games at the Bernabéu for just the third occasion in their history - also doing so in 1995 and 2004.

The Ajax training complex
The Ajax training complex

Despite the trophies Bale has won and the goals he has scored in big matches, his place in the squad has often been under speculation due to frequent injuries.

Liverpool FC and Manchester United are both interested in moves to sign Isco from Real Madrid this summer, according to reports in Italy.

Neymar's PSG will take on Manchester United on Wednesday in Champions League action - which can be streamed on fuboTV (Try for free). As for Zidane, the reality is that last season's Champions League crown was a smoke-and-mirrors affair. You wonder if, for all the experience out there, performance anxiety played a part too.

"This is probably the best game of football I've ever played", Tadic said.

"I do not see the end of the cycle, though".

Real substitute Gareth Bale also endured a harrowing evening, striking the post in the first half and appearing to injure his ankle late on, yet he was forced to remain on the pitch in pain as Solari had used all three substitutes. As defender Dani Carvajal said after the match, Real's "s-- season" was over.

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