Karim Benzema apologises to Real Madrid colleague Vinicius Junior for his remarks during the period of Tuesday’s clash with Borussia Monchengladbach, according to a report.
Karim Benzema has apparently apologised to Real Madrid colleague Vinicius Junior for his remarks during the period of Tuesday’s Champions League clash with Borussia Monchengladbach.
The Frenchman was supposedly captured on video camera informing Ferland Mendy not to pass to Vinicius during the second half of the European component, implicating the youngster of “playing against” Zinedine Zidane‘s team.
Nevertheless, according to Marca, Benzema approached Vinicius at Madrid’s training school to resolve the problem and has apologised for his remarks which was available in the heat of the minute.
The report declares that the 2 players have now come to an understanding and are ready to keep a working relationship as Los Blancos enter search of more flatware this season.
Vinicius has scored 3 times in 7 appearances for Zidane’s team this term, while Benzema has handled 2 goals in 8 trips in all competitions.
Madrid will continue their La Liga season at home to Huesca on Saturday afternoon.