Zinedine Zidane revealed what inspired Cristiano Ronaldo against Celta?
Zinedine Zidane believes that whistles and boos from Real Madrid fans inspired Cristiano Ronaldo to his masterclass display against Celta, as Portuguese netted four times to lead Los Blancos to 7-1 victory over Celta Vigo on Saturday.
Zinedine Zidane revealed what inspired Cristiano Ronaldo against Celta
With last home game saw Real Madrid surrender their title hopes, after conceding 1-0 to their Derby rivals Atletico Madrid, the home fans shed their anger towards the Zidane’s men, and Ronaldo was no exception, and was jeered every single time he misplaced a pass.
Zidane suggested that Portuguese has strong character and mentality, as he proved his metal to remind the quality he possess and Frenchman describe whistles as a normal day activity.
Los Blancos manager says that he can understand the frustration of home fan aimed in the direction of the team, as they want to see fighting spirit from the players and they are entitled to an opinion.
:I will stick with his performance. It’s part of football that the fans whistle sometimes, not just [at] Cristiano. It is like that. These are demanding fans who know the game well and always want more from their players. That is good to improve, to do more, and we always need to do more.”
“They’re a demanding crowd who want more from the players,” Zidane said. “We talked at halftime … we came out very strong in the second half, more tuned in and then when you score goals it all gets easier.”
:Cristiano is unique with his shot, only he has it, I could hit the ball well but from closer in. I don’t know the feeling, few players have it.
“Bale looked good, he was happy to play after so long,” he explained. “We’ll see tomorrow and Monday for the match against Roma but I think he’s ready.”