‘Extremely disappointed’: David Raum is frustrated after his uncrowned appearance at Real Madrid

Professionals hid their frustration RB Leipzig Not after the bitter defeat of the title holder. after this 0: 2 (0: 0) at Real Madrid They invited the fans who traveled with them, and then went to the catacombs. Two powerful responses from Fede Valverde (80th minute) and Marco Asensio (90+1) were enough for Real on Wednesday to beat the long-superior Bundesliga side.


“We are very disappointed shortly after the final whistle,” international player David Raum said. dazn. “I think we balanced the game here today, especially in the first half. In the end we are disappointed.”

after this 1-4 disaster against Donetsk about a week ago RB is still zero points in group F. Why? Because despite the many opportunities, the last step was often missing. And because Real managed to get the most out of it despite putting in a little effort, thus handing new coach Rose their first defeat. “I think if you look at the game over the 90 minutes, we definitely deserved to win”Real Madrid defender David Alaba said. “We know our strength.”


But the right-back RB started out stronger than Los Blancos in almost every respect: better defense, better counter-attacks, better chances. The Saxons took the lead at the break. The only point of criticism: the exploitation of suboptimal opportunities. Christopher Nkunko checked out Real goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois for the first time after just five minutes. This was followed by good chances from Timo Werner (11/30), Emil Forsberg (21) and again Nkunku (28/34). But almost always the foot was missing.

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Real Madrid fans’ opinion of the defending champion’s performance sounded with loud whistles after the break. It was barely noticeable that RB Leipziger lost injured midfielder Konrad Laimer. With their speed, they repeatedly raised problems for the sluggish-looking defense of the Spaniards around national defender Antonio Rudiger. On the other hand, Real acted very cautiously, as the attempts of Rudiger (38) and Luka Modric (41) missed. Toni Kroos was initially on the bench and only came in the 81st minute.

It’s not new that coaches sometimes don’t do more than they have to in the first-class group stage. Roughly a year ago, they lost their home match against outrageous outsider Sheriff of Tiraspol 1:2 – but won the title in the end. They also acted negatively and cautiously against Leipzig. After changing teams, Werner (50th) had the next chance, but it was just offside. Only in the 72nd minute did Real Madrid get their first big chance: goalkeeper Peter Gulassi made a much-needed save against Vinicius Junior.

However, it came as it should come. Strong individual action was enough for the Spanish champions to turn the stats of the game. With his right, Valverde let Abdo Diallo out of the penalty area, and his left lunged to take the lead. Despite everything, Rose kept referring to his new side from the sidelines on his seventh day as RB coach. But there was no benefit. Instead, Asensio threw Kroos’ free kick into the goal.

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