Real Madrid, the ‘king’ of the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL), collapsed.
Real Madrid lost 0-4 to Manchester City in the second leg of the UCL semifinals on the 18th. A 1-1 draw in the first leg followed by a 1-5 aggregate defeat in the first and second legs prevented them from advancing to the final.
To put it mildly, it was a helpless defeat. However, there are not many arrows of criticism directed at Real Madrid. The regret of this defeat is great, but it is because the passion and glory they have shown in UCL over the past 10 years is greater.
Real Madrid is the ‘King’ of the UCL. It is the overwhelming first place with 14 championships in total. It’s not a thing of the past. Even in the last 10 years, Real Madrid has been ‘King’. In 10 years, it won a whopping 5 times (2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2022). In addition, we achieved the historic glory of winning three consecutive matches 먹튀검증.
Real Madrid’s 10 years of passion and glory are so great that one loss and one tournament elimination cannot cover it. The past 10 years have seen it live up to its reputation as the best team in the world, a team that every player in the world wants to go to, and truly the best team in the world.
Rather than regretting their UCL dropout and frustration, it seems more appropriate to express gratitude for the competitiveness they have shown over the past 10 years, the cheers and enthusiasm they have received. It was really fun being with you guys, and I was able to fully enjoy the majesty of the world’s strongest team. Thank you.
Even being the best in the world can’t always do it well. After 10 years of glory, Real Madrid seems to be taking a break now. It seems that we have entered a transitional period.
Luka Modric broke down in tears and said his time was over. Karim Benzema and Toni Kroos have also left Real Madrid, but the days of Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos, who ushered in Real Madrid’s golden years, are over.