Gareth Bale wants the defenders and the attackers at Madrid to up their game, after a 3-3 draw against Legia Warsaw.
The Wales international scored Madrid’s fastest goal in a UCL tournament when his long-range strike found the net 57 seconds into the encounter in Poland.
He assisted Madrid’s second, with Benzema getting on the score sheet. However, before the one hour mark, Legia equalised in the match that was played behind closed doors.
Thibaut Mourlin completed Legia Warsaw’s comeback with seven minutes left on the clock, and the Polish club were on their way to sealing a shock victory, only for Mateo Kovacic to restore parity.
Lucas Vazquez struck the bar with the last kick of the game as Madrid settled for a draw that leaves them two points behind Group F leaders Borussia Dortmund and still not sure of a place in the last 16.
“We’re not happy with the result, we need to learn from this and bounce back stronger,” Bale told beIN Sports.
“We had control of game at 2-0 and we just lost concentration. At this level if it happens you get punished.
“We need to be better defensively and more clinical with chances. We just need to learn from mistakes.”