The Real captain tried an original rallying cry following the elimination in the Champions League.
Sergio Ramos has come under heavy criticism for his performance against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, although the Spain defender has been injured for a long time, but the defender took to social media to respond to Real Madrid’s loss, suggesting that if the group feels fucked up, they’re never down.
Chelsea progressed to the Champions League final with relative ease, leaving Los Blancos with only the LaLiga title Santander to play.
The Merengue will be hoping Atletico Madrid drop points in order to keep their La Liga title, although this weekend could be potentially decisive with the Colchoneros challenging Barca and Real taking on Sevilla FC.
Jodidos, sí. Hundidos, nunca.
The historia del @real Madrid se ha forjado con las victorias, pero se ha levantado de las derrotas.
Our queda la Liga y vamos a por ella. #HalaMadrid
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– Sergio Ramos (@SergioRamos) May 6, 2021
“Disappointed, yes. Down, never,” Ramos said on his Instagram page.
“The history of Real Madrid was forged with victories, but it was born from defeats, we still have the league and here we are.”
As a reminder, Goal can confirm that Real players are worried about Zidane leaving this summer.
The feeling inside the Madrid camp is that Zizou is tired of facing events beyond his control. Since launching a coronavirus-hit 2020-2021 campaign in September, Real have found themselves battling fires on multiple fronts – injuries, a busy schedule and regular rounds of criticism on and off the pitch . Things have now come to a head after a disappointing Champions League semi-final exit at the hands of Chelsea as Zidane’s mood continues to deteriorate.