Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos reacts. REUTERS/Juan Medina
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Accompanying the post was a photo of the team training the day after the debacle which left Real Madrid and Zinedine Zidane clinging to the Champions League as their only lifeline in a sinking season.On the face of it, Real, who are fourth, face a far tougher challenge Saturday afternoon when they travel to Valencia, who are five points ahead in third. Valencia have only lost once at home in the league this season, to Villarreal, and gained a 2-2 draw at the Bernabeu in August. If Real fail to win, Villarreal who host Real Sociedad later in the day could leapfrog a place in the table, pushing Real out of the Champions League qualifying places.Real will need to start that rebirth against PSG in just 20 days.
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