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The struggles of Real Madrid and how the club is fighting hard to stay on top in Europe [Opinion]

The only thing that distinguishes a winner from a loser is their reaction to their adversity and how they deal with it. Few clubs can go through what Real Madrid has this season and still finish in the top four.

Los Blancos are comfortably in first place in La Liga, with 36 points from 15 games, and they are also in first place in their Champions League group.

You may believe that because it's Real Madrid, it shouldn't be surprising that they're atop their league standings and Champions League group, but knowing what the club went through over the summer and their success thus far this season is undoubtedly why Real Madrid is one of Europe's finest clubs.

Zinedine Zidane left Real Madrid during the summer, before the start of the 2021/22 season, leaving the club in need of a new manager. Zinedine Zidane was not the only one who left.

Real Madrid also lost Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane, despite the fact that the Los Blancos made £38 million when United agreed to sign Varane, which is a lot of money for a 28-year-old, but the point is that Real Madrid lost a centre-back combination.

In a more concrete sense, Real Madrid lost the manager who led them to three consecutive Champions League titles, as well as the centre-back partnership of Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane, all in the same summer.

At the start of the season, Carlo Ancelotti had to figure out a winning formula for Real Madrid's defense. This season, he's had to employ David Alaba as a central defender and a left defender, and it's not over yet.

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