While they are still the reigning champions in not just Europe but the entire world following their FIFA Club World Cup triumph, Real Madrid arena t quite the best if Juventus legend Pavel Nedved is to be believed. Madrid, who lie second in La Liga and are four points fierce rivals Barcelona, went on a stunning 22 match winning run earlier in the season, but have slowed down since the start of 2015. This has coincided with Barcaa s rise with Lionel Messi playing some spectacular football for the Catalans. Nedved, a director at Juventus, analyzed the top team in Europe and said that both Bayern Munich and Barcelona are clearly ahead of Madrid at this point in time. “It’s good [for Juve] to have avoided Barcelona and Bayern Munich, who are the best teams in Europe at the moment,” the former Ballon d’Or winner told El Mundo Deportivo. Perhaps reflecting on Madrida s recent run of results that has […]
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