Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti plays down his side's 8-2 win against Deportivo La Coruna, claiming that his side "have to improve".
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has played down his side's comprehensive win against Deportivo la Coruna, by insisting that his side still need to improve.
Los Blancos destroyed their opponents 8-2 In La Liga yesterday afternoon, with Cristiano Ronaldo bagging a hat-trick and Gareth Bale and Javier Hernandez both scoring braces.
Nevertheless, Ancelotti was unsatisfied, telling reporters: "We have to improve. We showed the quality everyone knows we have which is the capability to score in many different ways.
"But we need to continue improving the balance and our consistency."
Madrid currently occupy sixth place in La Liga table.
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