Real Madrid has demonstrated their quality against Barcelona and Inter, yet Toni Kroos says they should now act with that quality in each match.
will bring back stability and success toReal Madrid
– similarly as he has done beforehand.
LaLiga title holder Madrid has gone through a troublesome beginning to the new season, winning only six of their 11 games in all rivalries.
There were disappointing home losses toCadiz
, and also they surprisingly were hammered byValencia
4-1 national break.
The German midfielder Toni Kroos admits, consistency is a major issue at Los Blancos.
"It is true that we are missing something. It is not a secret. Everyone can see it," he told Marca. "We need to be consistent.
"If you see the results, there are two good, one bad, two good, one bad. We have to do better.
"You watch some games and you realise that it can be done better, [you watch] against Barcelona, the first half against Inter.
"Clearly we can improve, but we lack continuity. If we did well against Barcelona, we also have to play like this against Cadiz or Shakhtar at home.
"There is a lot of difference – sometimes very good and sometimes very bad. We must improve if we want to win something."
Zidane took the blame for the set-back against Valencia, it was the first time for Madrid to concede four goals since the 5-1 El-Clasico trashing in October 2018 that cost Julen Lopetegui his work.
Kroos realizes the Frenchman will know about the need to convey results.
"He knows that, at Real Madrid, if you don't have the results and you don't meet expectations, there are discussions," Kroos said. "That is why we are at this club. It is normal.
"With Zidane, we have already lived through times like this and we usually come out of bad spells. A few weeks ago, after losing to Cadiz and Shakhtar, we went to Barcelona and played a great game.
"We live like this and the coach is the first to know what happens at this club if you don't have results.
"In the end, what we have left is to improve and try to win games. The coach will find the solution."