Real Madrid continues with an ominous streak of results at the Santiago Bernabéu in the Champions League after having been able to win only one game of the last six they have played at home in the top European competition. The white team, king of Europe with 13 conquests, lost tonight with Manchester City (1-2) in the first leg of the round of 16, but already accumulated bad results. This is what Josep Pedrero, the presenter of El Chiringuito, has written.
This same campaign, the Zinédine Zidane team could only win the Galatasaray with a bulging 6-0. The other two games of the group stage ended in a draw against PSG (2-2) and ‘in extremis’ against Bruges (2-2) on the first day at home this season. Results that, together with the overwhelming 3-0 in Paris, forced him to qualify as second in the group. In addition, the last two games of last year at Santiago Bernabéu were defeats against CSKA Moscow (0-3) and against Amsterdam Ajax (1-4), which certified their elimination in the round of 16. A statistic that struck Real Madrid last year of its fetish competition and that – this year – will force a comeback in Manchester on March 17 if you want to stay alive in the ‘Champions’. The defeat of this Wednesday is something common considering the last two courses as a home of the merengue team.