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Ramos defends individualism of Real Madrid's Robben

Real Madrid coach Juande Ramos insists their title bid is intact, despite being held by Atletico last night.

Real's 1-1 draw left them six points behind leaders Barcelona after their victory against Athletic Bilbao, but Ramos said: "There are now six points and it is not so an outlandish difference, and they have to come to play at the Bernabeu. There are twelve games left to play.

"This wasn't a decisive game."

On the individualism of Arjen Robben, Ramos added: "He plays the kind of football we must accept. On good days he can be devastating and if not, then you must find other avenues to score."

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