What on Earth’s Happened to Real Madrid?

Image from the Daily Mirror Rewind six months to the summer, when Real Madrid lifted their third Champions League trophy in four years with a convincing 4-1 win over Juventus in Cardiff, a few weeks after winning their first La Liga title in five years. This campaign, however, has been nothing short of a nightmare for Los Blancos. The defending Spanish league champions are currently sitting fourth in the division, a stunning nineteen points behind leaders Barcelona, with serious doubts as to whether they could even finish in the Champions League places, with in-form Villarreal and Sevilla, fifth and sixth respectively, hot on their tails. Their bid to defend their European crown in also under threat, with a tricky tie against the