Zidane aims dig at rivals Barcelona
Zidane aims dig at rivals Barcelona

Zidane aims dig at rivals Barcelona

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has aimed a dig at rivals Barcelona over their lack of La Liga titles compared to Los Blancos.

The Catalans are currently on top of the table, 12 points ahead of Madrid and have a chance of winning the league on Wednesday should Atletico Madrid lost to Valencia. That would mark their 26th Spanish top-flight title, the most of anyone in the country bar Zidane's Real Madrid, who have claimed 33 - albeit just two in the past 11 years. And Zidane, who rejoin Madrid after Santiago Solari was sacked says the league will always be Real's bread and butter as they have more titles than rivals Barca.

"La Liga is very important. It's the daily objective," said Zidane.

"It's going to be our first objective for the next season. We have 33 Liga titles. How many do Barcelona have? It's true they are doing great in the last few years, and we have to recognize them, but in our history, there are many more titles. For me it's the most important title to fight for," he added.

The Frenchman won one La Liga title as a player with Madrid and one as a manager, as well as three Champions League trophies before he walked away at the end of last season.

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