Zidane in sullen mood after Madrid draw

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane

Frustrated Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane insisted through gritted teeth that his side had deserved more from their 1-1 draw with Villarreal in La Liga on Saturday even after they were out-played for most of the second half.

Madrid, who were missing seven players including captain Sergio Ramos and lead striker Karim Benzema, went ahead in the second minute through Mariano Diazs diving header but failed to get any more shots on target in the game.

Villarreal dominated the second half and although they also had one shot on target Gerard Morenos converted penalty they had 13 strikes at goal and should have snatched a winner when Takefusa Kubo fluffed a glorious late chance.

Zidane, however, saw things differently.

We deserved much more given how we played today, especially in the first half, and Im annoyed we could only get the point given how much of an effort we made.

Zidane, who also denied reports that midfielder Isco has asked to leave the club in January, looked visibly annoyed with the questions he faced but the Frenchman said Madrids rusty form had not affected his spirits.

I have the same enthusiasm for this job as always and Ill continue to feel this way as long as Im here, dont you worry, he added.

You (the media) keep focusing on your jobs

Source: NAN News