If he continues in this form, not only will Real Madrid win the La Liga title on Sunday, but they'll be well-equipped in their Champions League final against Juventus.
"The most hard part is still to come even though we're getting closer (to the title) every day", Zidane told reporters.
Real can't afford an off dayWith both Real and Barca locked on 87 points, it is the better head-to-head record which is keeping Luis Enrique's men now one step ahead.
With 90 points, three ahead of second-place Barcelona, Real Madrid can clinch the league title with a draw in the season's final match.
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Will Zidane's men already have an eye on Cardiff?He just took home his fourth Ballon d'Or this past year, and he became the first player to reach 100 goals in European Club competitions this current calendar year. It's important to think about your opponent, we always study them, but I'm interested in what we're going to do.
James Rodriguez is going nowhere, for now...... But Barca then lost again and again, against Real Sociedad and Valencia, and Madrid kept on winning.
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"We still have one game to go, we need to get a result [at Malaga], and keep doing what we have been doing", Zidane said.
Do Celta have one last hurrah left?
Real Madrid have won their appeal against Nacho's suspension and are subsequently able to play the defender in their crucial LaLiga away match against Celta Vigo on Wednesday. Six of their previous seven matches have ended in a loss.
Eduardo Berizzo: "It will be a great match to play in front of our supporters".
Celta put up a courageous fight in this rearranged fixture, even when reduced to 10 men for the final 30 minutes, but in the end Real proved too strong and now require just one point from their trip to Malaga on Sunday. Besides their La Liga fixture at the Bernabeu earlier in the season, the two sides met in the quarterfinal of the Copa del Rey, of which Real were knocked out over the course of two legs.