Real Madrid are still inconsistent at the start of this season. Of the 11 matches that have passed, six new victories have been won with two other matches ending in a draw and three defeats being swallowed up.
While being able to win over strong teams like Barcelona and Inter Milan, Zinedine Zidane’s boys have even lost against teams like Cadiz, Shakhtar Donetsk and Valencia. Madrid also almost lost to Borussia Moenchengladbach, but survived thanks to late goals.
The inconclusive appearance made Zidane rocked by the issue of dismissal. There were rumors that the President Real Madrid Florentino Perez is already eyeing the German national team coach Joachim Loew as a replacement for Zidane.
Regarding Zidane’s future speculation, Toni Kroos is no longer surprised. He thinks that at a club the size of Real Madrid, there are high expectations and the coach will definitely be questioned when the team does not meet these standards.
“Everyone knows that, if you don’t get results and if you don’t live up to expectations at Real Madrid, there are question marks. That’s why we are at this club,” Kroos told reporters. Brand.
“It’s normal, though. With Zidane, we’ve been through times like this and we normally come out of a series of bad results. A few weeks ago, after losing to Cadiz and Shakhtar, we went to Barcelona and had a wonderful match.”
“We went through that and the boss is the first to know what happens at this club if you don’t get results. In the end, all we have to do is improve and try to win games. The coach will find solutions,” he added.