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Zinedine Zidane believes Sergio Ramos will stay at Real Madrid

Zinedine Zidane believes Sergio Ramos will stay at Real Madrid till his retirement from club football

Real Madrid grabbed an exciting 3-2 win against their UEFA Champions League rival Inter Milan last night. And on that match, Los Blancos skipper Sergio Ramos scored his 100th goal for the Spanish club. He has a long legacy of scoring crucial goals when his club truly needs it. And last night too was not an exception as his brilliant header finally sealed the victory.

However, the Real Madrid skipper recently rumored to have a talk with the Italian side Juventus. But the coach, Zinedine Zidane, has a different opinion about it. The Real Madrid manager truly believes that he will stay at Real Madrid till his retirement. Ramos recently made his 500th Spanish league appearance last weekend against Huesca.

Zinedine Zidane believes Sergio Ramos will stay at Real Madrid till his retirement from club football

While talking about the departure of Ramos, Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane said, “I have no doubt that he will stay.” He added, “He is our leader and of course we love him forever.” Ramos himself also analyzed his performance and told Movistar, “We knew from what [Samir] Handanovic said that they had been studying our corner deliveries with Toni [Kroos] finding me.”

He said, “The more we can continue to surprise our rivals, the better. They know what they are doing, they have a very defined philosophy and they made the most of that.” The real Madrid skipper then further added, “It’s a good result and three points in a group that had started to look complicated for us,” and then added, “It’s not bad, and it is nice that it is recognized.”

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While talking about his 100th goal, Ramos said, “It’s not a figure which defenders usually get to. Hopefully, there’ll be many more.” While talking about the match, Zidane said, “There was always going to be tension because we were playing a strong rival.” He added, “We have suffered but we must congratulate the players because they deserved it.”

Zidane said, “We started very well, pressing up as we wanted. We made it 2-0 but then had difficulty keeping up with the ball. Then the second half was very close, but that is normal.” He then added, “The team has an impressive character and they want to show that they can do. We are going to have difficulties in all the games because I watch a lot of games and I don’t see any of them win the games easily.”

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