The Real Madrid head coach saw their main man steal the headline again by scoring a hat trick against the Atletico Madrid side but he was quick to accolades the collective effort of Real Madrid side.
Last night the Real Madrid talisman scored a superb hat trick against the Ateltico Madrid side and gave his team an upper hand for the second leg match against them but the Real Madrid supremo praises about his all the player and the way as a team they played against the Atletico Madrid side.
Last night Ronaldo scored all the three goals for the real Madrid side in the first half he scored from a brilliant header and in the second half, he scored the two more goals and with these goals he has completed seven Champions league hat trick in his name.
Zidane said: "Cristiano is a goalscorer. He's unique,"
"All the players were brilliant. One lad comes off and another one comes on and plays a great game.
"We knew what we had to do from the off and we played the game we wanted to."
Zidane also heaped praise about the Real Madrid midfielder Isco who showcased excellent football last night against the Atletico Madrid side and he was last night in the first team for Gareth Bale who is injured.
Zidane added: "Isco played as a number 10 and was fantastic. We then had width with [Lucas] Vazquez and [Marco] Asensio when they came on,"
"In a defensivesense we were brilliant too. I'm very happy with everyone's work.
"When you look at the game and the scoreline it means we played a great game. We still have the second leg. We will have to work hard and fight for it. We will suffer at their place for sure.
"We're content, very happy and we can enjoy it, but we still have a long way to go in the Champions League and LaLiga.
"I don't think that we're euphoric and imagining ourselves in the final. There's no such thing as an easy game and we need to play a perfect game at their place in order to go through."
"I'm lucky to have these players. We try to play our football and enjoy ourselves. It works because we have great players with great attitudes."