Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane stated that win against Barcelona won’t at all mean that La Liga is wrapped up. The manager don’t think one win will help them to win the title as there will still six games remain after El Clasico. He took example of last Champions League clash that was played against German giants Bayern Munich. Zidane also believes that Barcelona will still have chance if they win against us at the Santiago Bernabeu. By the way, El Clasico of 2017 is set to be held at the home ground of Real Madrid.
Win Against Barcelona Won’t Mean hat La Liga Is Wrapped Up
During the pre match press conference on Saturday before El Clasico, the French manager said “Beating wouldn’t at all mean that La Liga is wrapped up. It’s one more match, but then there are six more.”
“It is always a special match and is like the derby, but a little different. Yet what is up for grabs remains the same, which is three points. You never know what will happen in a match, as was the case last Tuesday when we were taken to extra time after winning the first leg.”
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Zidane also revealed that Bale is looking good as the Welshman joined the the training sessions. He is fit enough to play at the Bernabeu against fierce rivals Barcelona. About his return he said
“Bale will be with us, as he has trained well. Tomorrow you’ll see if he plays or not. There is a lot of tiredness, but there is also plenty of motivation to keep doing what we’ve been doing.”
Zidane’s squad is leading La Liga with three points. Can they maintain this lead over Barcelona?