Real Madrid analysed the mistakes they made against Cádiz in their first defeat of the season, before starting training on Sunday ahead of their Champions League debut, against Shakhtar Donetsk, with the absences of Sergio Ramos, Eden Hazard, Dani Carvajal and Álvaro Odriozola.
The Madrid squad exercised self-criticism before leaving what happened against Cádiz at the Alfredo di Stéfano stadium in the past.
Zinedine Zidane worked hard with the substitutes while those who played did recovery work. They worked on shooting, with the aim of recovering goalscoring power after a poor start to the season in that regard, with six goals in five games played.
Sergio Ramos was absent from training session after the heavy blow suffered to his left knee that prevented him from finishing the match against Cádiz, being substituted at half time. The Los Blancos captain underwent medical tests that confirmed that he did not a suffer bone injury and he will try as hard as he can to be available midweek.
The other injured players have less chance of playing. Neither Hazard or the injured right backs will be available for the Clasico next weekend. Mariano Diaz at least was able to work on the pitch.