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Bale, Vinicius, Ramos and Plzen away — Real Madrid round-up

06 November 2018

Sergio Ramos' every touch was jeered by Real Madrid fans during the opening exchanges during his side's 2-0 victory over Valladolid - but the Bernabeu skipper said he was not aware of any booing.

In case you didn't know.


Real Madrid Castilla coach Santiago Solari enjoyed a successful start to life as interim manager of Los Blancos after a 2-0 victory against Real Valladolid yesterday.

Solari is now the interim manager at the Bernabeu after the sacking of Julen Lopetegui following their 5-1 humbling in last week's El Clasico.

While Solari does have four games to prove himself to the Real Madrid board, the club continues to look for other top managers to take Lopetegui's empty seat.

Starting XI: Courtois (6); Odriozola (6), Ramos (8), Nacho (7), Reguilon (8*); Kroos (7), Casemiro (7), Modric (6); Bale (6), Benzema (6), Asensio (6).

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Speaking about the situation, the defender said, "I honestly did not notice [the jeering], but those of us who are here the longest must take on that role". "But I focus on my own team, I'm happy and proud about how they played".

"It's important for this group that have won so much the fans are with them".

Ramos also highlighted the team's reaction late on, when they were struggling: "When things don't go you have to stay calm". We have to change that, and after we scored the fans were lifted again. We were on a tough run, we understand the fans' feeling and we're responsible for turning things around.

Vinicius had excited fans in the Copa del Rey against Melilla in midweek and his flair and bursts of pace injected some verve into Solari's side which led to them finally breaking the deadlock, even though the goal owed a lot to Olivas' unfortunate attempt to block the shot.

Oddly, Real Madrid hadn't scored two league goals in a game since September 1 and now, with the ship stabilised, Solari can turn his attention to the Champions League and the hard weeks that lie ahead.

Bale, Vinicius, Ramos and Plzen away — Real Madrid round-up