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Madrid Lost, Isco: Season Still Long

Madrid Lost, Isco: Season Still Long

Madrid Lost, Isco: Season Still Long

Bilbao – Athletic Bilbao 0-1 defeat of Real Madrid making positions at the top so it is not safe. However, for ISCO, it does not mean that Madrid is up.

A match at San Mames on Sunday (8/3) pm dawn, Madrid supporters were shocked by Aritz Aduriz scored in the 26th minute. Bilbao attacker gore with hard cross released by Mikel Rico.

Afterwards, Madrid appear to dominate the game. In addition to the superior control of the ball, made by Carlo Ancelotti’s squad also created more chances. In a note ESPNFC, Madrid has 13 attempts throughout the match, but only 2 of them are right on target. While Bilbao 6 attempts, with 2 of them on target.

One of the best opportunities available Madrid Gareth Bale in the second half. Bad luck for players from Wales, shot distance away still hit the goalposts. The ball vomit also failed struck by the Mexican striker Javier Hernandez.

With this result, Madrid still leads the standings with a value of 61. However, their position is threatened by two points adrift of Barcelona. Barca will play today face Rayo Vallecano. If you win, Barca will take over the top of the standings.

Despite his position threatened, Isco remain optimistic. Moreover, Madrid will face Barca at Camp Nou on 22 March.

“The season is long, there are still many games to be played,” said Isco as reported by the US.

“At the Camp Nou, we must perform with confidence because our team is still the same. The difference is, we have to travel farther than ever before.”

Madrid failed to win the last two games in La Liga. Before the 0-1 defeat of Bilbao, they drew 1-1 with Villarreal. According to ISCO, reasonable if a team has decreased.

“A lot of things can change. Our team is a bit battered, but we have to get up. There was a time the team at the top, there was a time in the bottom. We have to say to people to remain calm,” said Isco.