Zinedine Zidane marvels in Real Madrid's eight goal thriller against Real Betis
- Author: Theresa Obrien Feb 20, 2018,
Feb 20, 2018, 20:12
Zinedine Zidane has admitted that coaching Real Madrid is draining as he prepares his side for its return to La Liga action on the back of the Champions League victory over Paris Saint-Germain. The vital players need to get back in form and get the team back on winning streak. A Tony Sanabria goal in the fourth-minute of stoppage time gave his team a surreal 1-0 victory.
Spanish champions Madrid became the first side to score 6,000 LaLiga goals as they overturned a 2-1 half-time deficit in Andalusia. Though he had hard time at the beginning of the season as his team Real Madrid, he seemed gaining momentum as he scored ten goals in last six appearances in all competitions.
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Real Madrid face Leganes on Wednesday night in a rescheduled La Liga game from December when Los Blancos were away winning the Club World Cup.
'They are doing very well, they play on the wing and open the pitch for us as well as doing a lot of defensive work'. I thought that if the shot was saved I would have a chance to get to the ball. I hope they are not out too long, but we will see. Today things worked out for me, scoring two goals and helping the team win, but we know the tie is not finished yet. "But I'm happy in the end, and I prefer to focus on the five goals we scored rather than the three we let in". We're now just thinking about doing a good job tomorrow.
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Despite all this, Zidane continues to overlook Asensio when picking his line-up for Los Merengues' crunch fixtures.
The attacking midfielder has been threatening the previously assumed attacking pecking-order at Madrid, with the "BBC" trio of Bale, Benzema and Ronaldo no longer certain after an indifferent first half of the season. The boss is thrilled with the comeback performance against Betis side.
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