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Have no reason to not accept a loss as every team experiences a loss, but the manner in which a team loses especially a quality team when there's enough sub quality to affect change for a more positive result is what really irks me. This team truly never learns and sorry to say but our coaches since VDB are all the same. One would think that the more a coach leads his team that he'd learn more and more about the strengths and weaknesses of his starting 11 and subs and clearly yet blatantly obvious the FORMATION to use.

Yesterday's game would have to be an exhibition of the worst coaching decisions to date by ZZ. I hope that from here on that he gets off his stubborn train and get this team headed and refocused in the right direction and not allow this game to throw them off the fight for the league and any other title up for grabs.
We were five minutes away from a victory in Sevilla, we were just a bit unlucky. s**t happens...
i didnt watch the game but the highlights seemed one-sided.. you guys missed a lot of chances, and even though you scored a pen, the refs missed a pen call.. just unlucky.
I'm seeing a lot of fans here panicking. Why?

We had an amazing run but the league isn't about unbeaten streaks? We have a game in hand and are 2 points ahead of Barca, 1 from Sevilla. It was necessary for the streak to end, I'd rather it be Sevilla than an El Clasico for example. Streaks are for the history books, we're after the trophies for our trophy cabinets ;)

Overall, I'll be honest and say we played good. Zidane's tactics didn't lose us the game, it was the same factor that caused us to win many games. Late game heroics. This time it went against us. It's funny how football works, just a few days ago at this stadium we came back from 3-1 to keep the streak and now we end the streak after blowing a lead.

The league is a marathon and the team has been looking better recently than earlier in the year. I can't wait for Bale and Pepe to return, Varane was a bit suspect today.

Let's chill out folks, Hala Madrid!
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Agreed on some but to say Varane was suspect is a stretch. Ronaldo today was poor and had he been more efficient on goal we'd been a better team for it. That play when he couldn't set up Benz with a simple pass in front of goal showed exactly how bad he was today. I'm sorry Bale isn't back yet or why ZZ didn't bring on Vasquez but that's that and tomorrow's another day.
Agree on everything Hikmat, except Varane. I think Varane was our best defender along woth Casemiro.

This formation worked good for defens, we were solid for 85 minutes and then it all went downhill becaus of bad luck for Ramos and Benz loosing the ball along with Navas positioning bad for second.

The whole team was good except Ronaldo and Benz. Usually i would be furious woth Benzema,but not this time( except for gifting them the secnd goal, ffs). Him and Ronaldo suffered a lot under this formation. They were cut off from the rest of the team the whole game. The little time they got the ball,they only had each other to play off.

I don't think that Bale coming back will change anything major in attack. Zidane needs to work on that,becaus eour attackers have been below par the whole season.
352 is NOT a formation that this team should EVER PLAY AGAIN!!!!
3-5-2 is the most Un-real madrid formation I have ever seen the club play. Hopefully its a lesson learned and not a mistake Zizou ever repeats.
Agreed. Going from 433 was a huge mistake. Had he brought on Vasquez or Asensio to counter Sevilla's attack with their own it would have been better as it would have kept Sevilla's attack from constantly advancing and kept their defense honest and on the backfoot for the threat of our forwards. But yet another French Lesson learned of how stubborn the FRENCH really are.
WTF we lost 3 points in 5 mins.
WTF!!!!
this really makes me want to cry
I'm just going to look at the positives. It was a great run but to be honest it was going to end sometime or the other. Seveilla are a good side and I thought Zizou under estimated them ever since the first leg of the cup game which ended in an easy win.
Over the 3 games they kept getting chances and today we're so clinical when it mattered in the dying moment
Nevertheless sucks to lose in the last moments of the game, after all the recent wins in injury time.

At least now the team can go back to the drawing board and start shipping teams with goals instead of settling for a 1-0 or a draw
Vaaz I agree. There was massive pressure on Zidane and Madrid players due to the unbeaten run. You could tell because Madrid players were a little too cautious going forward. They should have pushed hard for the 2nd goal.

If anything, Madrid will only get scarier from now on which is not a good thing for the rest of us.
Unbeaten run is never a good thing. You need that one team to remind you that winning streaks doesn't go on forever. Then you learn from that mistake and go into another winning streak.
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I hope that's the case
The mid season travel to who knows where for FIFA club cup is quite a tricky trip. No excuses and although the team had the rest as well, I thought some of the players looked quite jaded out there today.
It's weird because just a week back vs Granada was the best football the team played in a long time, but the next two games were really poor
Plus I didn't get why Zizou started with 3 at the back today instead of trying to hit Sevilla on the counter


Plus CR7 may be at the beginning of the end end of his phenomenal career. Hope he proves me wrong but i don't think he will hit the 50 goal mark this season. He seems to be fading in and out of games and reaching that side of 30 when his natural pace will start to slow down. With Bale being out for so long the X factor seems to be missing just a bit in the last few games vs tougher oppositions
Hate to see CR7 celebrate his usual style when he scores a pk when he did ABSOLUTELY 0 all game to gain the pk or to help set it up.
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He still scored
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it was a great penalty under pressure at an important moment in the match. i dont see the problem.
Disappointed in CR7's lapse play, his passing and decision making is often off but today with Sevilla pressing and playing as they are he needs to be more direct and stop being so damn lazy with his "hospital" passes to teammates.
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we're playing good actually, we're just too sloppy in the front. We have lots of space at times, but that decisive pass is missing. Ronaldo has been very poor though, if he was in form I think we would have had the lead already...
In form? Seriously when has CR7 been in form since he turned 30? CR7 has on many occasions been too passive with his passing and poor with his shot selection. There's no need when bearing down on goal to simply hold up when in box to see if a slide rule pass to a teammate would be a better option instead of going for glory to then look like a bad decision.
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You're a bit exaggerating imo. Ronaldo has had his ups and downs this season, but had a great second half of the season last year. But yeah, today it's painful to watch at times.
lol @ City. Wonder what Barca fans have to say about Pep now. Overrated manager. I rate the likes of Klopp, Low, Conte, Allegri, Ancelotti, Poch and even Mou ahead of him. Stubborn and clueless. Zabaleta at midfield? I mean wtf?

Would love to see how well he does with clubs like Sevilla or Spurs.
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The fact that you put Poch and Allegri in there says it all. I can understand Klopp. I can understand Low. I can understand Conte, Ancelotti and Mou but Poch and Allegri? Lol.

And yes everyone realizes Pep is struggling big time. He's finding it difficult in a new country with a new team. It's expected. But to call him overrated after every loss and disappearing when he wins is getting a little excessive.

He's having a shitty season while United are having a great season and yet he's still 2 points ahead of Mou. If that makes Pep overrated then I don't know what Mou is then.
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He doesn't trust Fernando and Fernandinho is suspended for 4 games. Gundogan is injured so it was Yaya with zabaleta. So when he ran the table with 9 wins in a row he wasn't overrated. Conte struggled and now is stable and doing well. Mou struggled and is now stabilizing. I am amazed how casually people use the word overrated these days. Iscodisco must know something that a club like city doesn't.
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injuries and his poor choice of transfer targets have messed this season up For him. His squad was already thin before he joined with an aeging defence, Yaya getting old, over reliance on Aguero and he had a head start of 6 months to prepare his transfers but he has conducted some questionable purchases so far
He should ideally bolster his squad in the winter window to really compete for top 4 this season
+1
Need to thrash Seveilla, atleast for Ramos.
Barca are looking menacing after the break in their last couple of games and need to put as much distance between them as possible.
+1
Playing 3 at the back?


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