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REAL MADRID, James: "We deserved to win against BORUSSIA"

28.09.2016 10.47 by Lorenzo Semino  read 1432

Real Madrid attacking-midfielder James Rodriguez took a view on the last Champions League game against Borussia Dortmund.

Los Blancos failed to win and the Colombia international star said after the match: "We deserved to win but the result was 2-2. It's a bit unfair but this is football, we have interesting indications for the upcoming games. Personaly I feel very fit, I have no goals but I want to help the team and be focused to play in the best way".

 

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