Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos took to social media to acknowledge Real Madrid’s ongoing crisis- the club is going through one of their worst run of forms in over two decades. Also Read - Real Madrid Captain Sergio Ramos Tests Positive For COVID-19 Ahead of Champions League Clash Against Liverpool

Just last year Real Madrid won the Champions League for the third consecutive time- the most coveted prize in club football and after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo and former coach Zinedine Zidane, the club’s form took a toll. Also Read - El Clasico: Real Madrid Have Suffered Against Lionel Messi, Admits Sergio Ramos

Julen Lopetugui, who was roped in from the Spain national team, from where he was sacked for taking the decision to Join the Los Blancos just before the FIFA World campaign.

After a 5-1 by the hands of arch-rivals Barcelona, Real Madrid sacked Lopetegui – he lost six matches in the current campaign with the current European Champions placed in the ninth position.

Sergio Ramos tweeted on his twitter account, “We are aware and feel responsible for this situation. But this is no time to talk, it is time to act. Today is the first step,” Ramos, 32, said via his official Twitter handle.