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End of a Lovely Season; 10 Stats Real Madrid Supporters Don't Want to Read



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The Santiago Bernabeu has seen some great European nights but this season the game against Ajax was not one of them. Frenkie of Jong & nbsp; (L) from Ajax and Luka Modric (R) from Real Madrid in a game that finished 4-1 to Ajax. (Photo by Etsuo Hara / Getty Images)

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Sunday ended the season of La Liga 2018/19. With jobs already decided, a 2-2 competition was held for Barcelona champions while Real Madrid was placed in 2nd place home for Real Betis. The only thing to note from both games was that Real Betis had completed & nbsp; something that doesn't happen very often – wins in the Nou Camp and the Bernabeu.

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Just a week ago a year ago Real Madrid won their 4th UEFA Champions League title in just 5 seasons. The champagne was not & nbsp; even had been collapsed before Cristiano Ronaldo suggested that he would leave the club.

Then Zinedine Zidane came to resign and then his appointment was treated badly, Julen Lopetegui. Ronaldo left to Juventus soon after & nbsp; and under & nbsp;Julen Lopetegui, Real Madrid & nbsp;has started badly and has never been much better. By the end of October, Lopetegui was replaced by "company man" Santiago Solari.

Back in January this year, I wrote article Real Madrid suggested & nbsp; it could be headline and still; for his worst season for a very long time.

Ironically, just after the article was published, Real Madrid embarked on what it looked like starting on a big change.

During a week from 6 to 13 February, Real Madrid took Barcelona 1-1 in the first round of the Copa del Rey semi-final, beating Atletico Madrid 3-1 in La Liga, and beating Ajax 2-1 in the first leg of the Champions League. UEFA, the round of 16. Moreover, all these results were achieved away from home.

But just as quickly, it all turned to a bus. On 27 February, Barcelona Real Madrid dismantled 3-0 in the second part of the semi-finals of Copa del Rey, winning 4-1 overall.

Three days later, it was in Barcelona again, and this time it was a 1-0 victory in La Liga who killed any hope Real Madrid could get from catching Barcelona in the league race.

Then there was the coup of gr & acirc; ce. In Amsterdam, Real Madrid was amazed at the majority of the game but had won 2-1 in length. The conventional wisdom was that Ajax had missed his opportunity and that the leg return at the Bernabeu would confirm Real Madrid's return to the final eight of the UEFA Champions League.

It was very different. Real Madrid toe ajax is giving way with aggressive speed, crushing, amazing interplay, and a great finish. It was 4-1 on the night but it could have been worse, much worse.

Three losses and all at Bernabeu.

Within days, Zinedine Zidane had returned but died of hope that a change at the top would have the same magical effect in January 2016, as a rapid death.

Since Zidane's second coming, Real Madrid has played 11 games and won 5. Only the first time around Real Madrid was 2.28 points per game – in 11 games so far the average is only 1.55.

La Liga's 38-game season is projected at 1.55 points per game equivalent to & nbsp; 59 points that are even less than & nbsp; 688/19 point 68.

Zidane fought for the cracks in 2018 by selecting reactive tactics. The team had loads of experience and Christiano Ronaldo's poaching instincts, and allowed Real Madrid to sit & nbsp; according to nbsp; look at counter-attack and take advantage of set plays.

Now, Real Madrid needs a big switch. There are too many key players on the wrong side of 30 and the team is not fast enough or physically enough to fit the best that Europe currently offers.

If there is a silver lining in the cloud that is now hanging over the Bernabeu, it should be a fan of fans and the board's expectations. It is not just a matter of signing a couple of players of the first class and standing back and watching the good times rolling around again.

Over the next two seasons, we will see that Zidane is the man to rebuild Real Madrid.

2018/19 & nbsp; Tale of Woe

Real Madrid finished with 68 points, with his lowest points in La Liga since the 2000/01 season when the team finished with 66 points.

# 2 This season Real Madrid scored 63 goals in La Liga, the lowest since 1999/2000 when 58 goals were scored.

# 3 This term the team allowed 46 goals, the largest since 2008/09 when 52 goals were surrendered.

Real Madrid recorded 21 benefits, the lowest number since 2005/06 when the team won 19 games.

# 5 12 beats this season and you have to go back to 1973/74 to find more – 13. Over the whole season, Real Madrid lost 18 games, which is the highest number since 1995/96. .

# 6 After scoring against Espanyol on September 22, 2018, Sevilla, Atletico Madrid, CSKA Moscow scored for Real Madrid for 465 minutes, and Deportivo Alaves – a club record for vanity.

# 7 After winning 1-0 in March, Barcelona was the only team in La Liga's history to win 4 consecutive matches against Real Madrid in the Bernabeu.

# 8 The 19 point difference is the biggest ever enjoyed by Barcelona over Real Madrid at the end of term.

# 9 You have to go back to 1974 to find the last time Real Madrid finished from the top two in two consecutive seasons.

# 10 Average attendance at the Bernabeu home games over 19 from La Laisa was 61,020. This is the lowest average attendance since 1999/2000 when the average was 57,500.

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The Santiago Bernabeu has seen some great European nights but this season the game against Ajax was not one of them. Frenkie de Jong (L) from Ajax and Luka Modric (R) from Real Madrid in a game that finished 4-1 to Ajax. (Photo by Etsuo Hara / Getty Images)

Getty

Sunday ended the season of La Liga 2018/19. With jobs already decided, a 2-2 competition was held for Barcelona champions while Real Madrid was placed in 2nd place home for Real Betis. The only thing to note from the two games was that Real Betis had completed something that doesn't happen very often – winning in the Nou Camp and the Bernabeu.

Remember, it wasn't enough to save Real Betis, Quique Setién, who was fired after the victory over Real Madrid.

For Real Madrid, there was something quite fit that the season should end on a sharp note, leaving the fans reminding how far and how fast the team has fallen in nothing. only 12 months.

Just a week ago a year ago Real Madrid won their 4th UEFA Champions League title in just 5 seasons. Even the champagne had not been killed before Cristiano Ronaldo suggested that he would leave the club.

Then Zinedine Zidane came to resignation and then his new appointment of Julen Lopetegui. He left Ronaldo to Juventus soon after and under Julen Lopetegui, Real Madrid has started badly and has never been much better. By the end of October, Lopetegui was replaced by "company man" Santiago Solari.

Back in January this year, I wrote an article that suggested Real Madrid could go for its worst season for a very long time.

Ironically, just after the article was published, Real Madrid embarked on what it looked like starting on a big change.

During a week from 6 to 13 February, Real Madrid took Barcelona 1-1 in the first round of the Copa del Rey semi-final, beating Atletico Madrid 3-1 in La Liga, and beating Ajax 2-1 in the first leg of the Champions League. UEFA, the round of 16. Moreover, all these results were achieved away from home.

But just as quickly, it all turned to a bus. On 27 February, Barcelona Real Madrid dismantled 3-0 in the second part of the semi-final Copa del Rey winning 4-1 overall.

Three days later, it was in Barcelona again, and this time it was a 1-0 victory in La Liga who killed any hope Real Madrid could get from catching Barcelona in the league race.

Then there was the coup de grâce. In Amsterdam, Real Madrid was amazed at the majority of the game but had won 2-1 in length. The conventional wisdom was that Ajax had missed his opportunity and that the leg return at the Bernabeu would confirm Real Madrid's return to the final eight of the UEFA Champions League.

It was very different. Real Madrid toe ajax is giving way with aggressive speed, crushing, amazing interplay, and a great finish. It was 4-1 on the night but it could have been worse, much worse.

Three losses and all at Bernabeu.

Within days, Zinedine Zidane had returned but died of hope that a change at the top would have the same magical effect in January 2016, as a rapid death.

Since Zidane's second coming, Real Madrid has played 11 games and won 5. Only the first time around Real Madrid was 2.28 points per game – in 11 games so far the average is only 1.55.

La Liga's 38-game season is projected at 1.55 points per game equivalent to 59 points less than 68 points 2018/19.

Zidane fought for the cracks in 2018 by selecting reactive tactics. The team had loads of experience and Cristiano Ronaldo's poaching instincts, and allowed Real Madrid to sit back and look to counter-attack and take advantage of certain plays.

Now, Real Madrid needs a big switch. There are too many key players on the wrong side of 30 and the team is not fast enough or physically enough to fit the best that Europe currently offers.

If there is a silver lining in the cloud that is now hanging over the Bernabeu, it should be a fan of fans and the board's expectations. It is not just a matter of signing a couple of players of the first class and standing back and watching the good times rolling around again.

Over the next two seasons, we will see that Zidane is the man to rebuild Real Madrid.

2018/19 Tale of Woe

Real Madrid finished with 68 points, with his lowest points in La Liga since the 2000/01 season when the team finished with 66 points.

# 2 This season Real Madrid scored 63 goals in La Liga, the lowest since 1999/2000 when 58 goals were scored.

# 3 This term the team allowed 46 goals, the largest since 2008/09 when 52 goals were surrendered.

Real Madrid recorded 21 benefits, the lowest number since 2005/06 when the team won 19 games.

# 5 12 beats this season and you have to go back to 1973/74 to find more – 13. Over the whole season, Real Madrid lost 18 games, which is the highest number since 1995/96. .

# 6 After scoring against Espanyol on September 22, 2018, Sevilla, Atletico Madrid, CSKA Moscow scored for Real Madrid for 465 minutes, and Deportivo Alaves – a club record for vanity.

# 7 After winning 1-0 in March, Barcelona was the only team in La Liga's history to win 4 consecutive matches against Real Madrid in the Bernabeu.

# 8 The 19 point difference is the biggest ever enjoyed by Barcelona over Real Madrid at the end of term.

# 9 You have to go back to 1974 to find the last time Real Madrid finished from the top two in two consecutive seasons.

# 10 Average attendance at the Bernabeu home games over 19 from La Laisa was 61,020. This is the lowest average attendance since 1999/2000 when the average was 57,500.

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