Madrid fans are a disgrace, Bale's agent says

Madrid fans are a disgrace, Bale's agent says

Madrid fans are a disgrace, Bale's agent says

Ajax performed so well in the first leg in Amsterdam and were unlucky not to get anything from the tie but they travelled to the current European Champions confident of an upset.

"It is obvious that Real Madrid is a great team, one of the best in the world, I have great respect for them but, today, I see myself in Paris".

It also ends an unprecedented era of dominance in the Champions League after winning three straight titles.

An incredible victory for Ajax who become the first team to knock Real Madrid out of the competition since 2015.

"I think I have never felt this very bad, I do not know how to explain it", Carvajal said after Ajax finished off their 5-3 aggregate victory.

Any hopes of a second-half comeback were killed off by Tadic's goal to make it 3-0 to Ajax, who survived a VAR scare in which the referee look a few minutes to decide that the ball hadn't gone out of play in the build up.

"It's impossible to forget what he has done for this club and the work he has put in to give us so much success, he knows this will return again soon with lots of work".


They capitalised on the absence of Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, who is missing the game through suspension.

Neymar's PSG will take on Manchester United on Wednesday in Champions League action - which can be streamed on fuboTV (Try for free).

If you were to describe Real Madrid's performance in one word, it would be jaded.

Real substitute Gareth Bale also endured a harrowing evening, striking the post in the first half and appearing to injure his ankle late on, yet he was forced to remain on the pitch in pain as Solari had used all three substitutes.

The blame game, of course, doesn't end there, as many of Solari's weaknesses as a manger were known before he was given the job in the first place. Many will point to the 5-1 Clasico loss, but Lopetegui's fate had been sealed by the time that match had come around.

Meanwhile, Tottenham Hotspur parleyed its 2-0 away advantage easily, as Harry Kane fired a single goal to defeat Borussia Dortmund and advance to the quarter-finals on a 3-0 aggregate win.

The 29-year-old was even booed by his own fans during Madrid's 1-0 defeat to Barcelona on Saturday - although Calderon has some sympathy for the situation.

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