Carlo Ancelotti remains calm despite Real Betis’ draw as he drops points.

Real Betis and Real Madrid faced off in a La Liga match on Saturday, resulting in a 1-1 draw. The match saw Jude Bellingham open the scoring early in the second half, only for Aitor Ruibal to equalize for Betis shortly after. Despite holding more possession, Real Madrid had fewer shots and shots on target.

Real Madrid, currently sitting on top of the La Liga table, are now at risk of being overtaken by Girona if Girona secure a victory over regional rivals Barcelona Sunday night. Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti expressed his satisfaction with the point gained from the draw, acknowledging that every game cannot always go perfectly.

“The bad thing that happened is that Ruibal scored a fantastic goal and they tied the game. I am satisfied, you cannot always do everything well,” Ancelotti told reporters.

When questioned further about his feelings, Ancelotti reaffirmed that he was happy with the result and pointed out that it was a good point for their position on the table. He also acknowledged that Betis played well and deserved the result, emphasizing the fairness of the outcome.

The draw against Real Betis leaves Madrid with just three more games before the winter break. Their upcoming fixtures include a Champions League fixture against Union Berlin, as well as La Liga matches against Villarreal and Alaves on 17 and 21 December, respectively.

Looking ahead, Carlo Ancelotti will be eager to end the year on a high note, especially considering his 100% record in the Champions League so far this season.

Overall, Ancelotti and Real Madrid remain optimistic about their performance and position in the La Liga table, despite the draw against Betis. The team will now be focused on preparing for their upcoming matches and maintaining their position at the top of the table.

In the end, the draw was seen as a fair result for both teams who put on a good performance. Real Madrid will now turn their attention to the remaining games of the year as they aim to finish 2023 on a positive note.


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