Ronaldo's exit dramatically affects Real Madrid goalscoring record

Sunday03 November 2019 | 20:18
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Presently that Ronaldo has gone to Juventus, it appears as though something is lost in Madrid.

Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid in the late spring of 2018 and has left as far back as leaving an obvious gap at the Santiago Bernabeu, Los Blancos has struggled so far without the Portuguese superstar. Be that as it may, factually, what amount has the club relapsed as far as goalscoring capacity? 

Real Madrid failure in goalscoring and win in a 0-0 draw against Betis, which was the team's fourth game wherein they didn't figure out how to bag a goal after matches against PSG, Atletico, and Mallorca. Since the start of the season, Zidane's side hasn't scored at all in 28.57% of the matches played, as indicated by information gathered by AS. 

The model is like that from last season when the team didn't figure out how to score in 13 out of 57 matches over all matches, adding up to a level of 22.87%. By and large, that makes 23.94% of matches without netted a goal by Real during the last 71 matches. 

In the interim, Real Madrid with Ronaldo didn't handle the situation of how to score in 46 out of 519 matches through nine seasons, this adds up to a level of 8.86%. An intriguing truth is that during the 2016-17 season, Zidane's team succeed to score in each of their 60 games over all competitions.

source: SportMob