Zidane: We wanted three points from Valencia and that's why Casemiro missed

Zidane: We wanted three points from Valencia and that's why Casemiro missed

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane confirms that his team wanted to beat Valencia and that coming up with one point was not satisfactory for him.

French coach Zinedine Zidane confirmed the coach of Real Madrid that he is not satisfied with his team's exit by one point from the face of Valencia, which was held on Sunday evening.

This came in a press statement made by Zidane during which he confirmed that the team provided very good levels in the first half and should have scored a goal.

Zidane said: "We drew in the last minute but we are not satisfied with coming up with one point after that performance and this amount of chances, I wanted to score in the first half that would have changed the course of the meeting, but I am proud of all the players to have done in the confrontation."

"We wanted to score, but that didn't happen and we looked for the goal and that's what we do in every game and we're tied in the end after a lot of work," he said.

He continued: "Maybe in the second half Valencia entered the game better, and in the end, we can't play all 90 minutes in the same shape there must be fluctuation at times."

He concluded his remarks about Casemiro and The Clásico: "He has played in every game we have played so far, and like everyone should rest, we have to rest a little and from Monday we will think about the Clásico, that's a game we want to give our best."

Real Madrid had scored in the 78th minute by Carlos Soler before Benzema equalized at the last minute.

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