This weekend, Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has given a rallying call to his team, ahead of their arrival to La Liga against Eibar.
Los Blancos are facing the Basque side at Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano after a summer redevelopment at Santiago Bernabeu has ratified their childhood team stadium as acceptable for games by La Liga.
This present end of the week’s game is one of 11 games that will even now be played in 2019-20, with Zidane’s side aiming to close a two-point shortfall on leaders in Barcelona.
With a conclusive run of matches not too far off, the French supervisor has been firm in portraying the challenge ahead for his team.
“We are fortunate and thankful to have the chance to play again. We are happy to get moving. These 11 games resemble finals for the players. The squad comprehends what it resembles to play in the final and that gives me certainty. We ‘re solid and steady and now in each game, we have to give everything left. I have each trust in the players and we have to substantiate ourselves,” he told correspondents in Marca.
Zidane will carry out a late mind Lucas Vazquez and Nacho Fernandez before Jose Luis Mendilibar ‘s visit, yet Mariano Diaz and Luka Jovic are probably going to pass up a great opportunity.
Real Madrid faces an even split of five home and away games following this end of the week, as they hope to chase Quique Setien ‘s side.
Home binds with Valencia and Getafe will be critical to how their season closes, alongside vital excursions to Real Sociedad and Athletic Bilbao.