Zidane retired in 2006 and took over from Carlo Ancelotti at the Bernabeu in 2016, with the Frenchman winning the Champions League in his first season in charge.
And this season looks to be equally as fruitful for the World Cup winner, with Madrid in the semi-finals of this year’s Champions League, while they sit joint on points with Barcelona at the top of La Liga with a game in hand.
However, despite proving in recent years that he’s a managerial natural, Zidane proved today that his transition to the dugout hasn’t affected his quick feet on the park.
Madrid’s official YouTube channel uploaded this clip of Zizou teeing-up Marcelo, Isco and Marco Asensio:
The 44-year-old won two Serie A titles, one La Liga title and the Champions League during his glittering playing career.
However, it looks like he could easily surpass that haul as a manager, while maintaining his silky skills on the training field, of course.