Zidane admitted the team has to turn things around when they resume playing.
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Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane goes into the long international break with a lot of thinking to do. While the hiatus leaves fans having to mull over the team's struggles a little longer, Zidane will be able to use the extra time off to find ways to get his squad back on track after four straight draws.The team had already failed to beat Las Palmas and Villarreal in the Spanish league, as well as Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.Zidane said it's too early in the season to talk about a crisis, but admitted the team has to turn things around when they resume playing.Madrid lost the league lead to Atletico Madrid after Sunday's draw.
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