Upon his arrival to Real Madrid, Zinedine Zidane featured the significance of Los Blancos vieing for LaLiga Santander.
In 2017/18, Barcelona completed 17 focuses in front of their opponents and, last season, Zidane’s side were left in third spot again, 19 focuses from the summit.
In his subsequent spell as manager, the Frenchman accentuated the group as his essential objective for the ebb and flow season.He held chats with players and chiefs to clarify that the group would consistently go after LaLiga.
“It’s not normal that, for example, Luka [Modric] has only won one league [title] here,” he repeated in several of those talks.
The Croatian midfielder, who is one of Zidane’s preferred players, joined Los Blancos in 2012 and just won the group in 2016/17.
No group have won the association a bigger number of times than Real Madrid, with 33 triumphs, despite the fact that they have won only six of its 19 versions since the turn of the century.
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One of Zidane’s contentions was that the 2016/17 Champions League win came because of the group feeling sure that they could vie for two trophies until the end and not having the weight of being left with only one objective to satisfy.
Barcelona players lead in titles The Blaugrana players amass upwards of 149 universal titles among them contrasted with the 44 won by Real Madrid’s squad.
For instance, Marc-Andre ter Stegen and Luis Suarez, who landed in 2014, have a similar number of alliance awards (four) as Sergio Ramos who joined Madrid in 2005 and Marcelo, who went to Los Blancos in January 2006.