Published: Sun, March 17, 2019
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Happiness is back for Real with Zidane return, says Navas

Happiness is back for Real with Zidane return, says Navas

Isco and Gareth Bale celebrated their recalls to the starting line-up with second-half goals, while Keylor Navas and Marcelo returned from exile to impress.

"I do not want to discuss the individual season of Gareth Bale, but in these 11 remaining games I will count on him as I do with everyone, and like the others he is ready to play".

Marcelo comes in ahead of Sergio Reguilon, who did well under Solari.

Zidane was reappointed as Real boss this week and will be looking to guide the club to further success after previously winning the Champions League three seasons in a row.

"Nobody here, or anywhere, can take away what these players have done here".

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Belgium global Hazard has been in excellent form this season for the Blues, scoring 13 goals and setting up another 11 in the Premier League.

Since the end of his first period in charge, Real's success has somewhat faltered, with the holders being knocked out of the Champions League by Ajax at home and trailing Barcelona in La Liga.

"We want to think positively and defeat Celta tomorrow, I do not want to think about anything else, but the players are keen to show what they are worth".

And the Spaniard duly repaid the manager's faith in scoring the first goal of the second Zidane era, tapping in from Karim Benzema's cross, while an impressive display also saw the 26-year-old make three key passes with an overall accuracy of 97.2 per cent from 36 passes.

Real paid £35million to sign Thibaut Courtois from Chelsea last summer.

That battle for the No 1 jersey will resume as the season draws to a close, while Zidane has 10 more games to evaluate his squad before he considers what changes need to be made.

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