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Zinedine Zidane showcased his enduring brilliance in a charity match at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday, captivating fans almost two decades after his retirement from professional football.

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The iconic Ballon d’Or and World Cup-winning midfielder, who hung up his boots shortly after turning 34 following the 2006 World Cup in Germany, remains etched in football history. Despite the controversial end to his career with a red card for headbutting Italy’s Marco Materazzi, Zidane was revered as one of the finest midfielders of his era and among the greatest footballers of all time.

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Renowned for his flair and pivotal moments, such as his memorable headed goals in the 1998 World Cup final and his stunning volley in the 2002 UEFA Champions League final for Real Madrid, Zidane’s unmatched skill and elegance on the field continue to captivate.

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In the charity match featuring Real Madrid Legends against Porto Legends, Zidane exhibited his timeless class with exquisite touches and effortless dribbles, effortlessly gliding past opponents throughout the game, despite his team ultimately facing defeat.

Beyond his appearances in charity matches, Zidane has been linked with a potential return to management, with recent speculation suggesting interest from his former club Juventus. Speaking at a recent event, Zidane expressed his openness to coaching in Italy, stating, “Anything could happen. I would like to coach in Italy one day… I like Italy, and I like their passion for football.”

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