Zidane took charge of his first training session after recovering from covid 19
By Emmybillion1 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 5 views
Real Madrid star held the first training session of the week as they prepare for their la Liga encounter against Huesca on Sunday.
Zidane also took charge of his first training session after his recovery from covid 19 and he will be looking to turn the team's fortune around
Good news as for real Madrid fans as their club Captain resume training after being absent from real Madrid 2-1 defeat to Levante over the weekend.
The session, led by Zidane got underway with muscle activation exercises and a series of short and long endurance runs. The players then worked on possession and carried out tactical work. before the session was rounded off with crosses and shots on goal and finally they played a small-sided game.
Lucas Vázquez, Rodrygo and Valverde worked inside the facilities as well as out on the pitch, while Carvajal trained indoors.
The only absentee from the training session was nacho who is still recovering from the covid 19 at home
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