The departure of Cristiano Ronaldo is not going to affect the aim of Real Madrid to win the Club World Cup. This is what Sergio Ramos had said when he was in Abu Dhabi to train for the tournament. Real Madrid has been successful in winning the Champions League for the third time consecutively in the last season. They defended their crown simply by taking on the Kashima Antlers on the Japanese side in the last 4.
They are going to face Al-Ain or River Plate in the finals that are to take place on Saturday. They have to beat the Champions League winners, AFC. Real Madrid is aiming to win the competition without their former star player, Ronaldo after he became a part of Juventus in summer.
Los Blancos was seen to be struggling without the former star of Man United but they are still the favorites to win at Abu Dhabi. However, Ramos believes that the mentality is not going to change without Ronaldo. He feels that on the pitch, there is not going to be much difference even if Cristiano Ronaldo is not present, who was the key player for them. However, they will be competing with the same philosophy of the club and that is to win.
He says that they have good memories in the competition as they have achieved success in the past. He believes there is no room for mistakes. They want to win and take the cup to Madrid.