Real Madrid's Carlo Ancelotti: Copa del Rey loss won't ruin LaLiga, Champions League hopes

 Genuine Madrid's Carlo Ancelotti: Copa del Rey misfortune won't destroy LaLiga, Champions League trusts

Carlo Ancelotti rejected that Real Madrid's Copa del Rey exit could crash their season after Athletic Club's 1-0 quarterfinal succeed at San Mames on Thursday.

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Alex Berenguer's 89th-moment strike was to the point of placing Athletic into the competition's last four, joining Rayo Vallecano, Valencia, and Real Betis in Friday's elimination round draw.

The loss implies Madrid will not have the option to add the Copa to last month's Supercopa win, yet they stay in the chase after more prizes, top of LaLiga and confronting Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League round-of-16.

"We're harmed, on the grounds that we need to win each rivalry we play," Ancelotti said in post-match newsgathering.

"We won the Supercopa, and this one has gone, yet we have two additional contests where we're very much situated.

"I don't figure this rout will have results. The main outcome is that it can make us more grounded."

Madrid attempted to make changes in Bilbao - - their best open door saw Casemiro's low shot saved in the final part - - as the group missed the harmed Karim Benzema.

"It wasn't our more awful round of the period," Ancelotti said. 

"A troublesome game, and we realized it would be, yet there's nothing more to it. We won here in the association (1-2 in December) however it was intense. 

This match was even as late as possible.

"Athletic merited it with the work they made, yet I don't think we played our most disastrous performance of the period today."

Ancelotti's replacements at San Mames went under investigation after he left Luka Jovic, Eden Hazard, and Gareth Bale on the seat, in spite of the requirement for objectives.

"I traded (Toni) Kroos for (Eduardo) Camavinga and Vinicius for Isco due to sleepiness," Ancelotti said. "I was pondering making changes for additional time, yet sadly they scored as of now."

"How could you talk about them?" he said, in the wake of being inquired as to whether Jovic, Bale, and Hazard had been frozen out.

"Why not (Dani) Ceballos or (Dani) Carvajal? Every individual who didn't play would have been rebuffed, in addition to those three. I took choices and didn't utilize those players."

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