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ICC 2019

Sergio Ramos explains away Real Madrid's Derbi humiliation

The Real Madrid captain is frustrated by the result but has complete faith in his team after the 7-3 hammering at the hands of city rivals Atlético Madrid.

Sergio Ramos exlains away Real Madrid's Derbi humiliation
JAVIER GANDUL DIARIO AS

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos said the LaLiga giants cannot lose like they did against Atlético Madrid, who incredibly won 7-3 on Friday.

Derbi humiliation not acceptable

Madrid endured a humiliating loss to bitter rivals Atlético at the International Champions Cup in New Jersey, where Diego Costa scored four goals in a merciless pre-season performance.

Atlético led 4-0 after 28 minutes and 5-0 at half-time as Madrid were put to the sword, while Zinedine Zidane's side managed to pull three goals back via Nacho Fernandez, Karim Benzema and Javi Hernández.

While it was a pre-season fixture, it was a devastating result for Madrid – who had Dani Carvajal sent off following a clash with Costa – and star defender Ramos lamented the team's performance at MetLife Stadium.

"We're obviously not feeling great right now," Ramos told reporters. "This has only just begun, they're preparation games to get us up to the top level. There are many ways in which to lose, but we can't be doing it like we did today.

"We played the game like a friendly, it's a big margin and we head away frustrated. It's a very poor result and we have to try and reach the levels we aspire to."

"This team's ambition remains intact. We've won an awful lot but that's in the past now," he continued. "We have to forget about what happened last season, this is a pre-season campaign and it's far too soon to draw conclusions and be assessing things. We have to keep training as we are every day and we'll gradually reach our best to take on the challenges of the new season."

"That's the difference in football," Ramos said. "We played a friendly match and they went at it as if it were a final. We have to bring that intensity to every game. They got the better of us in terms of intensity, second balls, pressing, and they were sharp in front of goal today too.

"Ultimately, they are still our direct city rivals and madridismo will be frustrated like we are because you can't go home happy after a loss. We're getting in shape to try and reach our best and we'll draw conclusions once LaLiga has started and we've started to play competitive games."

Ramos, whose Madrid finished third in LaLiga last season, added: "I have absolute confidence and after so many years here, if I thought this team weren't capable of winning things, I'd be the first to go. I have immense confidence in this team and in madridismo."