“It is a bad day” – Zidane comments after 4-1 thrashing from Valencia


Zinedine Zidane has taken full responsibility for a dreadful defeat to Valencia on Sunday as Real Madrid conceded four goals in a LaLiga match for the first time under their title-winning coach.

Zidane said his team has “no excuses” for losing the game.

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Carlos Soler converted a hat-trick of penalties, as the reigning LaLiga champions suffered another setback.

Madrid took the lead through Karim Benzema, but presented their hosts with four gifts, including three spot-kicks and an own-goal scored by Raphael Varane.

This is the first time Madrid have conceded four goals since letting in five against Barcelona in October 2018.

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“There is no justification, no excuses. It’s a bad game and a bad day.

“Everything happened to us,” Zidane told his post-match conference.