Real Madrid Can Often Penalties, Zidane What Comments?



Real Madrid are routinely getting penalty kicks, to invite scorn from rival camps. Zinedine Zidane, Madrid coach, commented on that.

The latest penalty was obtained in the match Madrid vs Alaves, Saturday (11/07/2020) early morning hrs. In this Spanish League match Real Madrid won 2-0 over their opponents, one of which was through a penalty.

The referee pointed to the spot after Ferland Mendy was violated by Ximo Navarro in the forbidden box. Karim Benzema advanced to become the executor and successfully completed the task from point 12 right.

That makes Real Madrid have now gone through all of their last three matches by getting penalties and scoring goals from the situation. Before this El Real won 1-0 over Getafe and Athletic Bilbao through each of Sergio Ramos’s penalty goals each.

Note choose mentioned, this is actually not the first time Real Madrid won three penalties in three consecutive matches. In the April-May period in the 2005/2006 season, Los Blancos also had a familiar penalty kick.

On the other hand, Real Madrid’s penalties, plus the referee’s decision WHERE related, also received scrutiny and even scorn from a number of parties. Among Barcelona’s stronghold which is being a competitor in LaLiga.

Especially if it is totaled, out of 8 matches since the Spanish League resumed, Real Madrid has received 4 penalties. Zidane’s squad was unbeaten after the break due to the Corona pandemic.

However, Zidane the Madrid entrenador did not want to be too dizzy thinking about people’s opinions or penalty decisions for his team which for some people considered controversial.

“If there is a penalty decision, then there is a penalty,” Zidane said as reported by Marca.

“That’s a good move. Just like that. The important thing is we scored goals,” said a figure who had also been a star Real Madrid that.

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