"Nobody here, or anywhere, can take away what these players have done here". I must count on these players, as they are good players, but I will count on them all.More news: 10 mins before attack, New Zealand mosque attacker mailed manifesto to PM
Zidane was reappointed as Real boss this week and will be looking to guide the club to further success after previously winning the Champions League three seasons in a row.
Isco's recall was another show of intent given the Spaniard had not started a single league game under Solari, while Marcelo came back too, having lost his place at left-back to promising 22-year-old Sergio Reguilon.
There is bound to be plenty of speculation linking Manchester United with a host of players this summer as they look to bolster their squad in the coming months.More news: Accused New Zealand mosque shooter makes first court appearance
"The feelings are positive".
"We did not start the game well, that is normal. So there's so many things that we need to think about". The second half much better.More news: Blazes, looting hit Paris as Gilets Jaunes seek new momentum
"What I liked most of all was that we had more than 20 crosses, and in the end we got there and finished one off. Instead, we all need to give 100 percent".
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