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Spain: Zidane expects the best from Real in upcoming game, send wishes to Casillas03:17

Spain: Zidane expects the best from Real in upcoming game, send wishes to Casillas

Spain, Madrid
May 4, 2019 at 14:01 GMT +00:00 · Published

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane expects the best from his team for their Sunday face-off against Villarreal in La Liga, with the goal of securing another victory at their home stadium of Bernabeu, he said at a press conference in Madrid on Saturday.

"We want to keep winning at the Bernabeu, we have a game to show people that we want to finish well, play well, and that is what we will try to do tomorrow," Zidane said. "I expect the best of all players, I do not pretend to want more than that, we train all week for this."

Footage shows Zidane overseeing the team’s training routine ahead of the game.

The team manager also wished legendary Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas a quick recovery after the 38-year-old, who currently plays for FC Porto, suffered a heart attack on Wednesday. Doctors do not know if he will be able to return to professional football, however.

Spain: Zidane expects the best from Real in upcoming game, send wishes to Casillas03:17
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Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane expects the best from his team for their Sunday face-off against Villarreal in La Liga, with the goal of securing another victory at their home stadium of Bernabeu, he said at a press conference in Madrid on Saturday.

"We want to keep winning at the Bernabeu, we have a game to show people that we want to finish well, play well, and that is what we will try to do tomorrow," Zidane said. "I expect the best of all players, I do not pretend to want more than that, we train all week for this."

Footage shows Zidane overseeing the team’s training routine ahead of the game.

The team manager also wished legendary Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas a quick recovery after the 38-year-old, who currently plays for FC Porto, suffered a heart attack on Wednesday. Doctors do not know if he will be able to return to professional football, however.