It was another disappointing night in the UEFA Champions League for Real Madrid on Tuesday.
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Los Blancos were frustratingly held to a 2-2 draw by Belgian outfit Club Brugge at the Santiago Bernabeu. They were actually 2-0 down at half-time after a brace from Emmanuel Bonaventure, but managed to rescue a point thanks to goals from Sergio Ramos and Casemiro.
The result means that they remain winless in the competition after two matches, having lost 3-0 against Paris Saint-Germain in their opening fixture.
Plenty of players were off the pace for Real Madrid on the night, but one man who has come in for plenty of criticism on social media is Lucas Vazquez.
The winger started the game ahead of Gareth Bale, who was left out of the squad altogether, and Vinicius Junior, but struggled to make any sort of impact.
During the game he failed to get any of his three shots on target, made no successful dribbles, was dispossessed twice and had one unsuccessful touch which left him with a lowly match rating of just 6.11 (via WhoScored).
He was ultimately substituted by Zinedine Zidane after 67 minutes and quite a few Real Madrid fans slammed his performance on Twitter.
Here is what some of them have been saying…
Never ever start with Vazquez again.
— Atharva Kulkarni (@askatharva_) October 1, 2019
67 minutes too late, Vazquez should never play for Madrid again.
— Spindler (@Spindler_7_) October 1, 2019
Already made a difference. Vasquez is MLS Bound
— rick thomas (@def213) October 1, 2019
Vazquez isn’t Madrid quality
— Bumblebee🐝 (@akramyaks) October 1, 2019
That should be the last match he ever starts for us😐😐😐😐
— D£NZ£L (@g4gabriel1) October 1, 2019
Why not just start Vinicius to begin with?
— |R|S (@zerofoxgiven75) October 1, 2019
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