Real Madrid struggled quite a bit during yesterday's 1-2 win against Las Palmas. Los Blancos earned the lead in the first half and paved the way for what should've been a dominant display in the second to increase their lead and wrap the game up. However, Las Palmas played with more intensity and dominated the game throughout the last 45 minutes, scoring the equalizer and forcing Real to get the game-winning goal in the last moments of the game. Zidane wasn't happy.
"I am happy because we won but I'm also worried about our second half. The win was a good result for us but we have to study the game tomorrow and improve, as we will not win anything if we keep playing like this," said the manager.
It's clear that Real Madrid must improve their game if they want to win the Champions League this season. Winning the European trophy could be a good way to earn redemption after a discouraging 2015-2016 season so far.