Los Merengues may have suffered disappointment in their race for the Spanish title, as they were pipped to the championship by fierce rivals Barcelona.
The Catalan giants finished just one point ahead of Real, having won their last five matches, although Zinedine Zidane’s side deserve credit for running Luis Enrique’s side close during the title run-in.
The challenges don’t end there, as Real now face city rivals Atletico Madrid in the Champions League final on May 28.
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Clearly, if Ramos’s training-ground clip is anything to go by, Zizou’s boys are just hitting top form in front of goal as they close in on—potentially—their eleventh European title.