Zidane: We will not 'go crazy' after Celta Vigo draw

Zidane: We will not 'go crazy' after Celta Vigo draw

Zidane: We will not 'go crazy' after Celta Vigo draw

Gareth Bale scored twice for Real Madrid against Celta Vigo.

Madrid, who are winless in their past four away matches in La Liga, are fourth in the league, behind second-placed Atletico Madrid and Valencia.

Zidane was delighted with his returning trio: 'I'm so happy for Gareth, Keylor and Mateo because they've been out for a while, ' the Frenchman said.

Aspas was denied another penalty late in the game while down at the other end Real's Lucas Vazquez hammered the ball straight at Celta goalkeeper Ruben Blanco, while Cristiano Ronaldo fired wide of the near post.

If Catalonia becomes independent and Barcelona are booted out of La Liga and cannot persuade another major league (France, Italy, Germany or England) to give them a home, Messi could leave without having to pay his 700 million euro ($843 million) buyout clause, said El Mundo. He spotted Navas off his line and chipped him from the edge of the area to make it 1-0.

However, the strategy is beginning to suffer its first serious crisis since being implemented.Marco Asensio, above all, represented the best example of what was supposed (and is still assumed) to the path at Real Madrid.

Los Blancos know there can be no more slip ups given the ever-widening gap to Barcelona at the top of the table, and that should see the visitors take the game to Celta - leading to an open encounter.

Not with the first half, but with the second.

"It is how it looks from the outside - we are sad, angry and we feel like we are sinking", Brazilian defender Marcelo told reporters.

After the game club record signing Philippe Coutinho appeared at the Nou Camp to pose for photographs a day after completing his 142-million-pound ($192.54-million) move from Liverpool to Barca.

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