Antoine Griezmann strikes late to deny Real Madrid on derby day
Apr 09 2017 by Marjorie Miles
The draw sees Madrid move three points clear of champions Barcelona, who face Malaga later on Saturday. "I hope we can stay on this great run and get something positive, although we know it'll be hard because they are top and are having an incredible season", Juanfran told reporters. I'll only talk about the next game, and it will be like that until my last day as coach here.
Despite their triple assault on the Bernabeu, Atletico have still had to play second fiddle to Real after losing to their city rivals in the Champions League for each of the past three seasons - twice in the final.
Zidane created a very positive environment and defined a completely different direction from the one we had followed.
There are very games in world football that are of the same magnitude as playing Real Madrid - with Barcelona and Bayern Munich arguably the only other two teams now able to claim they are on the same, or similar, level.
Zidane told a press conference: "We got a draw today, but I think that it's a case of two points dropped".
The La Liga title race is really hotting up and this clash is definitely not to be missed so take advantage with Bet365, who announce they once again have a live feed of the game.
Zidane has only been in charge of Real since January 2016, but he has already won a UEFA Champions League and is well set to claim Los Blancos' first La Liga title since 2012.
Even if he recovers as quickly as he did in 2015, that would still leave the centre-back unavailable for the Clasico against Barcelona on April 23 and puts the remainder of his season in doubt.
The visitors, too, are going through a rich vein of form, winning each of their last five league games and climbing to third in the table after leapfrogging Sevilla. Here is how you can live stream the match online and watch on TV.
The Frenchman also has his side in contention to win both the European trophy and La Liga in the current campaign.
Zidane is expected to welcome back a host of first team regulars rested for Wednesday's 4-2 win over Leganes, including Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema. "But. we have to fight for it", Barcelona coach Luis Enrique said. There are still a lot of points to win in LaLiga.