Can Real Madrid win the Champions League title?
Real Madrid has never won a treble and they won’t win one in 2015-16 either. All the more worryingly for enthusiasts of Los Blancos, then again, is the idea that they may wind up without a trophy at this season. With La Liga looking extreme and the Copa Del Rey officially gone, win the Champions League might simply be their most obvious opportunity with regards to flatware this term. In the relatively recent past, Real mentor Rafa Benitez talked gladly around a 14-match unbeaten record toward the start of his rule.
The performance of Real Madrid last night:
Yet, those days are a distant memory taking after the 3-2 misfortune at Sevilla in La Liga and the sad thrashing at home to Barcelona a month ago. The 4-0 reverse on account of Madrid’s fiercest opponents was difficult to swallow for fans and other people worried with the club – and president Florentino Perez was compelled to turn out and approve Rafa in the midst of requires the mentor’s head only two days after the fact. Things were bad – and they haven’t enhanced following.
Real Madrid win versus Shakhtar Donetsk, Eibar and Cadiz were all normal, however, and any indication of positive thinking from the fans dissipated as Madrid erroneously handled the ineligible Denis Cheryshev in the remainder of those matches and were in this way removed from the Copa del Rey on Friday. That brought boos and shrieks for Cheryshev and Benitez specifically in front of the Getafe amusement, while there were additionally serenades requiring the resignation of Perez while Real drove 4-0. A few supporters have had enough.
On the other hand, appears to be profoundly improbable after the Competition Committee rejected the club’s contentions as they reported their choice on Friday and if – of course – their claims demonstrate pointlessly, Madrid will be left with only two rivalries for the rest of the present battle. Like Ancelotti‘s first season, then again, this Madrid side looks too conflicting to possibly be ready to coordinate Barca more than 38 rounds of the Primera Division and as of now have ground to make up, and simply like the Italian, Benitez’s destiny looks like laying on his capacity to claim European football’s most noteworthy prize, to win the Champions League title.