‘It’s been a s*** season’: Dani Carvajal slams Real Madrid after Champions League exit

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Real Madrid full back Dani Carvajal had admitted:


‘It’s been a s*** season’: Dani Carvajal slams Real Madrid after Champions League exit… admitting Ajax loss was the ‘worst night of my career’

  • Real Madrid’s Dani Carvajal had admitted ‘It’s been a s*** season’ for the club
  • The Spanish giants were knocked out the Champions League by Ajax on Tuesday
  • They are also out of the La Liga title race and the Copa del Rey too this campaign 

Max Winters For Mailonline

Real Madrid were knocked out of the Champions League by Ajax and full-back Dani Carvajal admitted: ‘It’s been a s*** season.’

Brilliant Ajax beat Madrid 4-1 on the night to go through 5-3 on aggregate.

The season is over for Gareth Bale although for once he might escape the blame as attention turns to the club’s failure to sign a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo last summer.

Real Madrid full back Dani Carvajal had admitted: 'It's been a s*** season' for the Spanish club

Real Madrid full back Dani Carvajal had admitted: ‘It’s been a s*** season’ for the Spanish club

Ajax beat Madrid 4-1 on the night to go through to the Champions League quarter-finals

Ajax beat Madrid 4-1 on the night to go through to the Champions League quarter-finals

Ajax beat Madrid 4-1 on the night to go through to the Champions League quarter-finals

One man they did sign was Thibaut Courtois but he was beaten four times on a miserable that sums up his first season away from Chelsea.

Full-back Carvajal said: ‘We have to be profesional. We have to not hide.

We have to show our faces but we know that we have had a s**t season.

‘This is my worst night of my career. In a week, we lost it all and we lost it all at home. They were better, they deserved to go through.’

Former Southampton star Dusan Tadic was sensational as the Dutch side produced a shock

Former Southampton star Dusan Tadic was sensational as the Dutch side produced a shock

Former Southampton star Dusan Tadic was sensational as the Dutch side produced a shock

Ajax coach Erik Ten Hag said: ‘We played with bravery. We wanted to get at them and we did it brilliantly.

Asked if the believed Real Madrid had been over-confident in the first leg with Sergio Ramos picking up a deliberate booking to miss the second leg, Hag said: ‘We certainly made the most of it.’ 

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