Madrid Zinedine Zidane expressed respect for both the physical and mental condition in which his Real Madrid players came back from the lockout of coronavirus and promised that they would do whatever they could to win a trophy.
“The players have worked well from home, and that’s why they’ve come back in great shape, that’s going to be crucial,” Zidane said about their training plans.
“This week has been fantastic, so now we’ll move forward, perform better, and be even better, even working towards a goal.” Everyone is happy to come back here and catch up with each other after almost 60 days, and play some football, which is what they all enjoy, “Zidane said.
“Everyone is happy to get back here and catch up with each other after nearly 60 days, and to play some football, which is what they all enjoy,” Zidane said.
Zidane told Real Madrid TV that they are going to do whatever they can to get ready for the restart and with 11 games to go they’re going to want to give it everything they can to win. The week started positively and they worked together in small groups, so they can practice together tactically, mentally, and practically. This week’s squad looks better and they’ll be much better in the days ahead.
Real are two points behind Barcelona at La Liga in Spain and the 12-time European champions are also behind Manchester City after the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinals.
During his first time at the club’s helm, Frenchman Zidane led Madrid to three Champions League titles and aims to bring anything back in charge in his first full season.