The Real Madrid coach, Zinedine Zidane, assured that the disagreement between Karim Benzema Y Vinicius “It is clarified”, in addition to stating that it shows “the character of the team” and that they are “alive”, and described as “final” the meeting of The league They will play this Saturday against SD Huesca at the Alfredo Di Stéfano.
“It’s cleared up. The most important thing is that they talk to each other. Many things are said in the field and it stays there. We are a team and we need our energy for other things. It is good that these things happen, that means that we are alive. They talked and that’s it, “he declared about the French forward’s words to Mendy, who asked him not to pass the ball to the Brazilian during the game against Borussia Mönchengladbach (2-2) because he was playing” against “them.
Thus, he reiterated that things like this “always happen in the field”, and that the only difference is that today “there are many cameras.” “That shows the character of the team,” he said. “You can say something to your partner in hot. It happened, and not only to me,” he acknowledged. “There is no problemOn the contrary, they all trained very well. May our energy be for tomorrow’s game, “he said.
In this sense, the French coach was very vehement in emphasizing the importance of the duel against the Huesca. “There are no small teams in Spain, they are very competitive, very strong, and that makes this league spectacular. It is clearly a final and that is what we want to put in our head these are three very important points for us“he explained.
“There are three points, be it Huesca or Barcelona,” he warned, without wanting to talk about Tuesday’s duel against him. Inter de Milan. “The final we have is tomorrow. There is no such thing as thinking about Tuesday’s game. Tomorrow our game is fundamental, we don’t have to think further. The players are aware of that. It’s tomorrow, period. Tomorrow is a final,” he stressed .
About his footballers, he assured that Vinicius he has “present and future at Real Madrid”. “He works, I see him well, he wants to learn and improve, and that is good for the coach and for the team,” he said, before speaking of the Belgian. Eden Hazard. “Now he is fine. We are happy, he trains well. His feelings are good. When one is injured and is off the field it is very complicated. I hope that very quickly we can all be together,” he clarified.
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