Zinedine Zidane's men will bid to successfully defend the crown at Real Madrid City.
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has reassured fans that his players will be looking to deliver to their full potential in the upcoming La Liga encounter against Villareal. Zidane interacted with the media in an online press conference in the build-up to the league tie. The 48-year-old hailed the final day of the La Liga campaign as a “special day”, stating Real Madrid would be looking to deliver it all out on the pitch.
“It’s a special day. It’s the final game of our LaLiga campaign. We’ve had our problems but we’ve made it here and we’ll give it everything we’ve got. We’ll leave it all out on the pitch. We know who we’re up against, a team that is playing some great football. We’re fully focused on doing all we can to take these three points,” said Zidane in an official interaction with Real Madrid’s official website.
“The most important thing isn’t me or anyone else, it’s the team, tomorrow’s game and what we want to achieve, that’s what drives us. That’s the truth. We’re only thinking about the Villarreal game because with all that’s happened this year, we’re going to deliver 90 minutes of our best football to try and win the LaLiga title,” he added.
The Real Madrid manager had words of praise for his players, hailing them for giving it their all on the pitch.
“In 2017 we won it on the final day. That’s what makes football and LaLiga so beautiful. It’s been a good season but the key thing is to give it our all and we’ve done that, both the players and everyone else who works for the team. We’ll see if it’s going to be a 10 out of 10 or a 9.5. We have faith we’ll give it all we’ve got and take the three points,” said Zidane.
“My players have always given their all. From beginning to end, with the injuries, COVID. I regret little things because I’m very critical of myself and I’m a winner. I hate losing, even if it seems like I’m not bothered by anything at times. I give everything to win and that’s the Real Madrid DNA. The players want to win and they have always given it their best, despite the difficulties we’ve had,” he concluded.