Real Madrid coach Julien Lopeztegui said after the 4-1 victory at La Liga on June 4, he had to remain calm. The world's best striker Cristiano Ronaldo scored goals for the team in the past. But now he is not even after the goal comes.
Karim Benzeema, Sergio Ramos and Welsh-star Gareth Bale have taken the lead in the second round of La Liga in the second season of the Euro Champions. Real Madrid, with three full points from the game, is at the top of the table. Lopezgiei, the Spanish television channel, said: "The two parties were very difficult, Zirona is a nice game gift
Has given They started well and took the lead in the first round. The attempt was again a victory. Then we got two sentences. It was our fault. Because we played for the victory and the chances were hampered. "
The former national coach of the Spanish national, who was fired at the start of the 2014 World Cup in Russia, said: "We were still calm after the pressure and in the second half we played well enough, which is why we deserve victory. We had a lot of speed in the attack because we were looking for the attack. & # 39;
Real coach said: "We were just as transparent on one side and I was pretty calm, that's why I have many goals, and when we started playing that way, the team went on, this is how we started getting goals. Karim and Sergio scored goals for the team, but who scored the goal was not considered, the goal is real.
After the departure of Portugal & # 39; s Superstar Ronaldo, Real still has no cooperation with him as his replacement. Before joining Juventus in July, he spent nine seasons in Real Madrid. During this time 450 goals were scored in the 438 games.
In the match Lopezgui was placed on the sidelines by Luca Modric and Rafael Veronake, the finalists of the World Cup. He left the left back Marcelo as an hour observer. The Spanish daily Mersa said: "Lopeztegui has proven that he is capable and is not afraid to make unpleasant decisions for the needs of the team."
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