Having played a lacklustre match in Real Madrid’s 2-2 draw against Las Palmas at Estadio Gran Canaria, Raphael Varane admitted the team needs to address minor mistakes in order to avoid a similar fate in the future.
The Frenchman, who is still the third centre-back behind Pepe and Sergio Ramos, insisted the LaLiga season is a long-distance race.
“We’re disappointed in dropping two points, but the adjustments Real Madrid must make are minor,” Varane said. “We are still at the top of the table and the season is very long.
“Real Madrid had the match under control until we conceded the second goal.”
When asked about the squad depth and the recurring rotations in Zinedine Zidane’s line-ups, Varane asserted Los Blancos need all 25 players to contribute.
“All of us need to give our best in order for the team to win titles.”
Echoing Alvaro Morata’s similar sentiment, the 23-year-old urged the fans not to be concerned about the consecutive draws against Villarreal and Las Palmas.
“Alarms should not go off [based on the last two matches].”