Real Madrid coach Santiago Solari is confident that his team will be up once again when they return to the Champions League action after their last setback in the league.
The real captain Sergio Ramos openly criticized his teammates after his 3-0 defeat at Eibar, which broke his recent improvement and left them in sixth place on the table.
But Solari is convinced that his side has the patience to recover when they travel to face the Roma of Eusebio Di Francesco, who, like the Real, are suffering from a domestic hangover.
Solari said in a press conference: "The defeat (in Eibar) was a big blow, of course, but it is in the past, we have analyzed it and now we will try to improve.
"Real Madrid have had to go through many tests and the club always recovers after falling. That's why Real Madrid is the winner of the story. "
Solari refused to talk about Ramos 'comments about some of his teammates' attitudes, but is willing to change his initial lineup with injured Casemiro and Dani Ceballos or Marcos Llorente in line to return.
The home team has been experiencing similar problems in Serie A this season and is heading to the game after a sad defeat in Udinese on Saturday.
To make things worse for Di Francesco's team, both Lorenzo Pellegrini and Robin Olsen suffered injuries that will require late physical fitness tests before Tuesday's game.
The gypsies no longer count on Daniele De Rossi, Diego Perotti and Javier Pastore, but they have received some welcome news much needed with the return to the physical condition of the defender Kostas Manolas.
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And recent setbacks have not tempered the upward mood of defender Aleksandar Kolarov, who insisted that his team's humble 3-0 defeat at the Bernabéu in September will not be repeated.
Kolarov told a press conference: "The Roma who played in Madrid were not the Roma who are used to playing in the Champions League."
"On Tuesday we are at home and we have to show Real that now they are the visitors and we have to go out and go out into the field as men".