Sevilla 3 Real Madrid 0: First Litmus Test For Post Zidane And Ronaldo’s Era Ends In Heavy Defeat And Fans Cant Stop Talking

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Sevilla, who have been highly flying in recent week added Real Madrid to the list of teams to have been trounced yesterday by beating them 3-0. The last meeting between this two teams ended in favour of Sevilla when they ran out with 3-2.

Their contest yesterday was no different as they looked very sharp and causes the Los Blancos series of problems with their crisp passing and high pressing whenever they were without the ball.

Andre silva opened the scoring inside the first quarter of an hour before adding another one before half an hour. They could have added more but their profligacy in front of goal limited the bashing.

Real Madrid only impressive attacking player was Gareth bale but other than a shot that hit the cross bar, he was also very wasteful.

As a result of this defeat that serves as the first litmus test for the post Zidane and Ronaldo era, their fans have taken to social media to react.

See what they have to say:

 

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