The former English footballer Terry Gibson thinks that Zidane has been lucky during his successful Realm with Real Madrid side.


The 44 year old French superstar replaced Rafa Benitez in the last season at the Santiago Bernabéu last season and in that season he won the Champions league with his Los Blancos side and it was his first season as a head coach with some first Division club.

And till now under him the Real Madrid has played 50 games and they only suffered two defeats so far and they have created a new record of 35 game unbeaten run.

But the critics thinks that Zidane is lucky enough even they think he was lucky in the last match against Deportivo where the Madrid won the match at the Dying Minutes with the Help of Sergio Ramos.

Former English striker Gibson said that:

"There haven't been too many incidents where Real Madrid have been unlucky, but Ramos scoring late goals isn't luck,"

"He's lost two games in 50, so it's not exactly a bad start for a manager in his first job, especially after taking over in the circumstances he did.

"He was lucky to get away with it at the weekend and I thought [his selection] was slightly strange. I'm slightly surprised he took the risk that he did, although I like the fact he trusts his fringe players are still good enough to get the job done - which ultimately they were.

In their last match the French coach Zidane rested his most of the first team players and till 84 minutes the Real Madrid side was down by 2-1 goal but in the last six minutes they scored two goals and sealed the match for their side and set a new club record unbeaten run.