Munrealistic game hosted Real Madrids open training session Wednesday night, but the fans gathered at the saputo stadium were disappointed then Sergio Ramos did not participate.
In fairness, the club captain came on the track to sign autographs for followers and make pictures, but he joined Brahim Diaz on the sidelines when the group started the training session.
Zinedine Zidane was present when he returned to Canada after his brother's death, and the French coach watched a session focusing on ball control and technical development, much to the delight of fans in the stands.
All the funds charged by this training will be given to the Montreal Impact Foundation, an organization that focuses on improving the lives of those in the communities of the city.
Zidane was visibly impressed when the intensity of the session increased as he was constantly in communication with his assistant, David Bettoni.
The exercise ended with a short match exercise exercise, although this was mostly beneficial to the followers and almost the entire group participated.
Time was called for the event just before. At 7:30 in the evening, even though they left the course, Los Blancos signed stars, shirts and balls for their followers, as well as giving some of the clothes they had been wearing in the session.