Real Madrid's French coach Zinedine Zidane reacts during the UEFA Champions League semi-final first-leg football match FC Bayern Munich v Real Madrid CF in Munich, southern Germany on April 25, 2018.
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With the tactical touch of a genius, Zinedine Zidane came through again for Real Madrid.Since arriving as coach, Zidane has not been afraid to bench stars such as Benzema and Gareth Bale and use the younger players in the squad, including Asensio, Vazquez and Isco.Last season, Zidane impressed with his good management of the squad, successfully rotating his starters and keeping them fresh as the club won the Spanish league -- for the first time since 2012 -- and the Champions League.He also helped the club win the UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup, and was named FIFA coach of the year.In the end, Zidane has proven that from the bench he can see the game just as well as he could from the field.
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