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Madrid is not in crisis: Modric

Madrid is not in crisis: Modric

Football News: News Madrid manager is feeling the heat at Madrid but the midfielder is adamant that the Spanish giants can arrest their slump.

Modric is confident that Madrid can come out from their ebb form.

Last night Real Madrid lost their Champions league match against CSKA Moscow by 1-0 goal, but the Croatian midfielder still not believe that his team are in crisis.

In the second minute of the match, Nikola Vlasic scored the solo goal for the Home side and gave his team a win over Real Madrid.

The French striker Karim Benzema, Mariano, and Casemiro hit the woodwork for Madrid but failed to equalize for their side and this is their third consecutive matches where Madrid failed to score the single goal since 2007 January.

In their last six matches, Madrid has won two games, drawn two games, and bites the dust against Sevilla, and CSKA Moscow.

Along with Madrid their bitter rivals Barcelona also dropped points in their domestic league, after seven matches both the team are on 14 points.

After the match, Modric said: "It's not a crisis but we haven't been performing the way we should,"

"No doubt, we'll get back to winning ways.

"As for tonight, CSKA showed they are very well organised and have really good players.

"They used their chance, we didn't use ours."

Madrid will face Deportivo Alaves in their Next match on this Sunday.

Samrat Dutta

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