On Sunday night, ‘Los Blancos’ celebrated a historic comeback and a tremendous victory over Sevilla, winning 3-2 and extending their lead over them and Barcelona to 15 points. This triumph was significant. It is expected that Madrid will win the league at the end of the season.
In the dressing room of Estadio Ramon Sánchez Pizjuan, the entire team was having a raucous celebration. Almost the entire team, to be precise. In the footage, you can see Gareth Bale standing awkwardly and looking around while the rest of the team cheers.
The Welshman was an unused replacement in the game against Sevilla, and he may have struggled to fully appreciate the victory. Bale was nowhere to be found when the team gathered for photographs.
Bale's contract will expire at the end of June, and it's unlikely that he will stay with a team in which he plainly does not belong.
Real Madrid's remarkable run continues as they overcame Sevilla on the road despite falling down 2-0 at halftime.
After the last whistle, there were celebrations, and David Alaba was seen dancing with a chair once more.
Someone brought the Austrian a red chair when the team was getting their photo shot in the locker room.
This is a nod to Alaba's chair celebration following Real Madrid's comeback victory over PSG earlier this season.
Real Madrid’s ability to recover from adversity and overcome any obstacles they face is reminiscent of Manchester United's treble-winning season in 1998/99. Any team who beats them in the Champions League this season has earned it, because this is a team that will not tolerate loss.
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