Champions League: Ronaldo's hattrick rips Wolfsburg apart as Zidane's pants suffer the same fate

Real Madrid made it to the final four of the Champions League after a convincing 3-0 win over Wolfsburg on Tuesday on the back of Ronaldo's stunning hattrick.

Real Madrid's French coach Zinedine Zidane shouts. AFP

Real Madrid's French coach Zinedine Zidane shouts. AFP

Real had a mountain to climb in the second leg of the quarterfinals at Santiago Bernabeu as Wolfburg had won their earlier encounter 2-0.

And looks like manager Zinedine Zidane's trousers couldn't handle the strain of the match.

Zidane suffered an unwitting wardrobe malfunction as he leapt into the air and twisted, about to express his utter frustration after Karim Benzema's shot flew wide of the post. Little did he know, that his animated action will result in a viral video the next day.

As he completed his tensed twirl, the trousers of his classic, dark suit that were ripped wide apart exposing quite a bit of the once master-striker's thigh.


Here's the video:

But taking it in his stride, Zidane didn't seem to mind the tear very much as his team successfully made it to the semis.

"The feelings are of a job well done because it was not easy, but I am very happy and proud of what the players did tonight. It was a special night. We achieved what we set out to do and very happy for the players because they stuck together and were phenomenal," Zidane said after the match.

Coincidentally, Zidane's 'rip' puts him in the same league as Pep Guardiola, a manager whose Spanish success he would look to emulate.

According to a report by the Daily Mail, in a 2015 match Guardiola got so excited on the touchline during Bayern Munich's 6-1 win over Porto that he ripped a pretty large hole in his grey suit trousers, leaving his underwear showing. But Pep also took the split in his stride, as seen in the many photographs from the match.

Bayern Munich's Pep Guardiola, with a ripped trouser leg. AFP

Bayern Munich's Pep Guardiola, with a ripped trouser leg. AFP


However, the internet has already made sure that Zidane's malfunction is probably more viewed than Ronaldo's hattrick .

zidane's pants ripping >>>>>> messi's 499 goals

— we dem boys (@shiratorizawas) April 12, 2016

 

If Real Madrid go on to win their eleventh European title, we are willing to bet Zidane would not mind one bit with this wardrobe malfunction in every match.


Published Date: Apr 13, 2016 03:06 pm | Updated Date: Apr 13, 2016 03:06 pm



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