Vazquez says BBC need to help more with defensive side of game
The Real Madrid attacker believes in order for the team to be successful Karim Benzema, Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale have to work harder to help the defense.
Lucas Vazquez believes that in order for Real Madrid to be successful, there has to be a collective effort by the attackers and midfield to help out the defense.
In the interview with Cadena Cope, the 25-year-old told talked about his own future at the club and how lucky he is to realise a dream of playing with such a big club.
"A team is based on everyone working," Madrid forward Vazquez told Cadena Cope. "The BBC and the central midfield have to help the defence so that we don't concede so many goals."
"It doesn't matter whether the BBC are untouchable or not," he said before insisting that it is every player's duty to train and see what team Zidane picks based on that.
"I don't know what will happen in two or three years, but right now I am happy at Real Madrid. Since I was small I dreamed of playing with Real Madrid and I take every game like it is a final. I am a very fortunate person. I do what I enjoy and I get paid to do it," he continued.
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