Zidane: “The season has been spectacular”

Zidane: "The season has been spectacular"

The Real Madrid coach praises the 11 games played in just over a month and asks to disconnect before tackling the Champions League rematch against Manchester City.

Although this Sunday’s tie at Butarque was a stain to their string of 10 wins in a row, Real Madrid he has nothing to reproach himself as he fulfilled the objective of winning The league in advance.

This is clear Zinedine Zidane, who after 2-2 against Leganes He was sober when making it clear that he wanted to win, although he also appreciates the work done on this intense journey since the return of football.

“During the game you can be angry, because we did not play at our level. But in the end I stay with what we did until today. And even with this game, we did it. The result has not been victory, but we did not lose. Now it’s time to rest. The season has been spectacular. We have to be happy with what we did, “said the French strategist at a press conference.

In the same vein, the Frenchman highlighted: “In the end we have achieved an important trophy, we have won La Liga. There are 38 days. Being on top of everything is very nice.

And while Zizou focused on what will be the rematch of the Champions League round of 16 against Manchester City in August, he asked to relax for a few moments. “Until the last second we are going to fight to go to that final. Sure. But now you don’t have to think about the Champions League. It’s time to rest and think about gathering strength. The final stage has been a tremendous effort. Now we all need some relaxation. It is what we are going to do, “he assured.

On this series to be played at the Etihad Stadium, and in which he must go back 2-1, the Madrid coach commented: “It is not a vacation we have now. A little rest. Now I do not think about City. We want to disconnect a little bit. We thought about disconnecting. Then we will have all the time to think. We will have 10, 15 days to think. We will disconnect. “

In addition, he was consulted about the situations of James Rodríguez and Gareth Bale, but his answer was brief. “Things change. They know what has happened with one; with the other it is a technical decision,” he said.

Photo: GABRIEL BOUYS / AFP via Getty Images

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