Come here, you b******… well done you monster’: Zinedine Zidane’s X-rated praise for Real Madrid star Casemiro as emotional duo embrace following Spanish Super Cup victory
- Real Madrid claimed more silverware by beating Atletico in Spanish Super Cup
- Zinedine Zidane’s side overcame their fierce rivals on a penalty shootout
- After the game, Zidane enjoyed a special embrace with midfielder Casemiro
- The Frenchman was heard shouting X-rated praise to his Brazilian midfielder
Zinedine Zidane let all his raw emotions out when he celebrated Real Madrid’s Spanish Super Cup final triumph over fierce rivals Atletico Madrid on Sunday.
Zidane’s side claimed yet more silverware on the weekend after Sergio Ramos scored the winner in a penalty shootout in Saudi Arabia against Diego Simeone’s men.
And following the intense Madrid derby, Zidane – who has now won nine trophies in as many finals as Real manager – enjoyed a special embrace with Casemiro.
Zinedine Zidane let his emotions out after Real Madrid beat Atletico in the Spanish Super Cup
Zidane gave X-rated praise to Casemiro: ‘Come here, you b******… well done you monster’
In a rare moment caught on camera, the Frenchman could be heard shouting X-rated praise to his Brazilian midfielder.
As the pair hugged each other during the jubilant celebrations, Zidane said: Come here, you b******. Once again, well done you monster. Well done, you’re a monster.’
After the Madrid giants couldn’t be separated in 90 minutes or after extra-time, Real came out Spanish Super Cup champions thanks to a 4-1 victory on penalties, with captain Ramos stepping up to the plate to score the winner.
And after preserving his perfect records in finals as Real boss, Zidane – who saw Fede Valverde pick up red late on for cynically swiping Alvaro Morata down through on goal – hailed the fighting spirit shown by his side.
Casemiro and his Real Madrid team-mates celebrate with the Spanish Super Cup on Sunday
‘We found it tough at times but we believed we could win it right to the end,’ Zidane said.
‘We worked hard and fought to the final whistle. It’s a real team victory. Both games were difficult, but this one even more so.
‘We struggled against brilliant opposition. We saw two fantastic teams out on the pitch playing a great game. Both teams had chances but that’s football and we clinched the trophy on penalties’.
Zidane just about preserved his perfect record in finals as manager of Real Madrid
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