Turin – Real Madrid 1-2 defeat at the hands of Juventus into a game that should be forgotten Sergio Ramos. Ramos admitted he played poorly but still defended by coach Carlo Ancelotti.
Ramos once again played as a midfielder in the absence of Luka Modric. The Spain international came under criticism because it is often careless in releasing the pass in the important moments. In addition, Ramos also frequently seen out of position.
Ramos statistics in the official UEFA website is not bad where he successfully received a 87 percent pass. However, most of the ball flow backwards or to the side and short.
“That was not a good performance from the standpoint of personal. If I have to play in that position again I would do it with pleasure. No one to blame,” said Ramos in Madrid’s official website.
Ancelotti does not deny that Ramos did appear megecewakan. However, overall Madrid was a lot of mistakes that lose.
“We made more mistakes than we used to do, not only Sergio. But at the back we have more difficulties because Juve are doing a lot of pressure on us,” said the Italian coach was on Sky Sports.
“But Sergio performed well in some previous games anyway,” said Ancelotti.
“We played well in a few moments, we played good football, patience, and we created a few chances.”