Zidane: “We will fight for La Liga until the last minute”















14613256056211Zidane: “We will fight for La Liga until the last minute”

The coach of Real Madrid, Zinedine Zidane, tried to remove the euphoria surrounding the Madrid club ahead of the match against Villarreal tomorrow, insisting that could not celebrate until the titles are not sure yet.

Form team to victory in El Clasico has been impressive April 2, narrowing the gap to just one point from the top of La Liga and making progress in the semifinals of the Champions League, where Real Madrid will meet with Manchester City.

Zidane has had a major impact when Rafa Benitez replaced sacked in January, but as well as Atletico Madrid Barcelona are a step ahead in the title race, and Frenchman asked for calm.

“We have not won anything yet, but we’re in a good situation,” he stressed.

“It’s so much talking as if we have won everything, but you can say whatever you want. We know that we have not won anything and the players think the same as me; they are focused on what we should do. ”

“We will fight until the last minute, he continued, adding that his team is not favorite for the title of La Liga at the end of the season”.

“Barcelona and Atletico can win everything, and we have to fight until the end because they are ahead in the championship.”

Since the victory in El Clasico, Barcelona has been in a crisis but Zidane was typically reserved  , ignoring the situation.

“I do not think about Barcelona,” he said.

Gareth Bale as well as Dani Carvajal will not play in tomorrow’s game against Villarreal, with the Welshman suffering from an injury received on Saturday against Getafe.

“He suffered an injury last week. I hope that is not serious, we will see. ”

“He has a muscle problem and I do not know what the damage is because I am not a doctor.”

“Carvajal will not play, but the game against Manchester City will see.”

“Villarreal are a great team, it’s very difficult to play against them because they are very good in terms deenziv and have excellent players like Denis Suarez”.

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