The former France international Zinedine Zidane, who is currently managing the Spanish giant Real Madrid, who are now on a club-record equaling run of 34 matches unbeaten in all competitions – has won 10 and drawn four of its 14 domestic outings in 2016-17.
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And most importantly Real Madrid have taken x-point cushion over the La Liga champions FC Barcelona at the ongoing season of the Spanish league, but the former Real Madrid and France playmaker believes Real Madrid's six-point cushion over Barcelona at La Liga's summit counts for nothing.
According to the 44-year-old France man it is too early to decide the winner and was quick to point out that the league cannot be won as early as December.
Zidane believes there are plenty of games to play, lots of things have to do to achieve what they want to achieve,
As in a recent interview Zidane said, "I don't think La Liga is decided. We're playing and happy with the results we're having lately but we know that the road is still very long,"
"The six-point advantage doesn't mean anything. We're ahead right now but that doesn't mean we're going to win the league."