Zinedine Zidane has responded to criticism for his side’s lack of goals in few games.
Zidane is getting closer in leading Real Madrid for their 34th La Liga title but the head coach is tired of the backlash his team receives after every games.
Madrid have been ruthless since the resumption, winning all eight games and conceding just two goals over that stretch.
Real Madrid are just a point ahead of reigning champions Barcelona and can move back to four clear again when they face Granada on Monday.
The head coach continues to be plagued by the question about his team’s lack of firepower.
“I’m not bothered or surprised by what people say,” he said in a press conference. “We only have the obligation to show that we are good. Everyone has their opinion.
“This is the most important club in history and that isn’t going to change.”
“A team is about constant balance,” the Frenchman said. “We know we are good. I’m happy for Courtois and for the team.”
Madrid can clinch the title by beating Granada on Monday and then defeating Villarreal at home three days later.
“It’s the last week and we have three games,” Zidane said. “It’s the most difficult week, the most important one.
“All the teams have things to play for and we want to put all our energy into tomorrow’s game.”
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