Sergio Ramos praises Zinedine Zidane

Sergio Ramos praises Zinedine Zidane after Real Madrid won their 34th La Liga title

The Spanish international and Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos seems extremely happy after his club bagged the 34th La Liga title. He also highly praised his current manager Zinedine Zidane and said whatever the Frenchman touches actually turns into gold. And, that comment seems legit as Real Madrid has witnessed a great height of success after he started managing the side.

Los Blancos started their match against Villarreal last night at Santiago Bernabeu while keeping in mind that a win will seal their La Liga victory. Karim Benzema scored the first goal followed by his second from a penalty. However, Vicente Iborra also scored the only goal for Villarreal in the second half. The match ended in a 2-1 score in favor of Real Madrid.

Sergio Ramos praises Zinedine Zidane after Real Madrid won their 34th La Liga title


While talking about Zidane’s contribution to the success of Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos said, “Everything Zidane touches turns into gold. We believe in him and in his work. He’s the one who has to make the difference, he’s a person who trusts players, and few do.” He also added, “We hope he stays here for a very long time, he is unique.”

He also talked about the La Liga success of Real Madrid this season, and said, “The title is a reward for work, consistency, and balance. What we have done has great value, despite what they may say.” The Spanish captain then further added, “Work, when you do it right, is rewarded. There is a lot of merit in winning these 10 games in a row.”

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Sergio Ramos said, “It was an atypical season, we had to win everything, we did not depend on ourselves at the start. The margin of error did not exist in our heads and we have shown it.” He then further added, “These matches cannot be won comfortably. We have 34 Ligas and this is my fifth with Real Madrid, I am very happy. “

Recently, Florentino Perez clearly stated to Spanish media that Sergio Ramos will retire from a football career from Santiago Bernabeu itself. Ramos said, “Whatever the president wants, I would be delighted, I would like to end my career here.” The Real Madrid captain then further added, “I don’t think there will be a problem, either for me or for the president.”

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