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Real Madrid critics can say whatever they want — Zinedine Zidane

06 Diciembre 2017

However, Ramos has also insisted that the occasional argument is perfectly normal and nothing to worry about.

A series of disappointing performances have left the defending LaLiga champions eight points off the pace in the title race, with Zinedine Zidane's side perched in fourth spot.

And it's not just their league form that's been patchy.

Sergio Ramos spoke to Spanish state broadcaster TVE and analysed Real Madrid's current situation, his relationship with Cristiano Ronaldo and the upcoming Club World Cup.

Real Madrid's recent La Liga struggles continued on Saturday night with a 0-0 draw against Athletic Bilbao.

"We have a lot of personality and have some different opinions, but we're pulling in the same direction".

The 14 saves made by de Gea equals the record jointly held by Tim Krul, set in a game for Newcastle United against Tottenham in November 2013, and Vito Mannone - who was playing for Sunderland against Chelsea in April 2014 - since Opta began collecting data in the 2003-04 Premier League season.

"We'll keep working at it and I'm sure we'll be there or thereabouts at the end".

A positive start from the Galicians on Celta boss Juan Carlos Unzue's return to the Camp Nou, where he spent three years as Luis Enrique's assistant, was rewarded 20 minutes in when Aspas tapped home on the rebound after a stunning save from Marc-Andre ter Stegen had denied Maxi Gomez.

And if they're to turn their fortunes around, Madrid are going to need their two biggest names, Ronaldo and Ramos, on the same page for the rest of the season. Ronaldo and Benzema again missed chances to find the net, which has become a worrying recurring theme for the European champions this season.

"For me he deserves to win the Ballon d'Or because he's had an incredible year", Real midfielder Mateo Kovacic said.

Real Madrid critics can say whatever they want — Zinedine Zidane