Real Madrid latest News: Ronaldo could have done more for Real Madrid- Zidane

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Form and Fitness level have been the problem for both the attackers but in Zidane’s perspective still, they are the most emergent players in his team. Get more Real Madrid latest News on


According to the Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane, both the prolific attacker Cristiano Ronaldo 7 and Gareth Bale will be the important figures to turn things around for them in the second of this season.


This season Real Madrid is 19 points away from the runway leaders Barcelona in their domestic league, and also they got eliminated from the Copa Del Rey against Leganes in the recent past,


But in their last two league games against Deportivo and Valencia, they have plucked 11 goals, Cristiano Ronaldo 7 has scored a brace in both the matches, after this season he was falling below his prolific levels so far.


Prior their match against Levante, Zidane stated about the Portuguese superstar: "It's the same as always, he's always there,".


"We are always going to ask more from Cristiano because he is the reference point for this team.


"When you finish a game, people can always say Cristiano could have done more.


"I'm happy with him and the others the same. When there are difficult moments that's part of a season. We have to be positive and, in the end, I don't look at the past.


"I look at the last game that we did in Valencia. That's positive and at Levante we have another game to show that we want more."


Each and Every Madrid fan was happy with the Wales wizard’s performance this season but the now many Madrid fans are in a melancholy after he picked up another calf injury.


Against Deportivo he was the catalyst for Zidane’s team where he scored a brace for Real Madrid, but the French coach acknowledges that Bale is unlikely any of the stars at his settlement.


He added: "The important thing to start with is that he has consistency, he's in the team and he can train with his team-mates every day,"

"Most importantly, he needs the rhythm of the match. If he plays well and recovers well, with everything he can bring to the team he is a different player.


"When he is at his best, he is the player who makes the difference, quite simply.


"He's scored goals recently and we know when he gets the ball something is going to happen."