- Karim Benzema has tabled his apologies to Los Blancos teammate Vinicius Junior
- The Real Madrid striker was heard telling Ferland Mendy not to pass to the youngster
- Los Blancos were able to seal their first point in the Champions League against Borussia Moenchengladbach
Karim Benzema has apologised for his behaviour to Vinicius Junior during Real Madrid's draw with Borussia Moenchengladbach, reports by Daily Mail claim.
The Frenchman was adjudged to have told Ferland Mendy not to pass the ball to the Brazilian youngster after half time.
Benzema was spotted on camera accusing Vinicius of 'playing against us' but the striker has tried to mop things up by apologising to the Brazilian in training according to Marca.
Reports claim both players have come to the understanding that Benzema's comments were made in his emotional state while Los Blancos were 1-0 behind at half-time.
Here is what Benzema was spotted doing with Vinicius after telling Real Madrid star not to pass ball to him (photo)
It is understood that Benzema and Vinicius have settled their differences and will maintain a healthy working relationship.
According to Opta stats, Benzema did not pass the ball to Vinicius while Mendy only attempted three passes despite playing down the left.
There has been more unrest in Real Madrid's dressing room after Isco was reportedly criticising Zinedine Zidane for making late changes during El Clasico.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Karim Benzema was caught on camera speaking to his fellow countryman Ferland Mendy that he will not pass to Real Madrid teammate Vinicius Junior, Sport Bible.
Los Blancos played out a 2-2 draw with Borussia Moenchengladbach to earn their first point in this season's Champions League.
The video clip that showed Benzema discussing with Mendy not to pass to the youngster during the second period has now gone viral.
Legit.ng also reported that Real Madrid left it late during their Champions League fixture against Borussia Mönchengladbach to salvage a 2-2 draw away in Germany.
Madrid came into the match off their impressive El Clasico win over Barcelona in the La Liga and were looking to build on the momentum.
However, the Spanish giants laboured through their Tuesday night, October 27, tie at Borussia-Park to secure their first point of the Champions League.
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