Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane said that he did not feel ‘untouchable’ in the Spanish club after facing criticism over his team’s performance. «I have never thought that I am untouchable, never. Neither as a player, a coach nor a person, each of us is here for something, and I am here with a purpose. To live this until the last day, which is what I am doing,» said Zidane who was speaking at a press conference in Madrid on Friday, one day before the game against Sevilla in La Liga. Amid a disappointing season start for Real Madrid Zidane said: «I can’t be happy when we lose a match, and neither can our players, we can’t be happy but in the end, we know where we are, it’s a huge fortune to be here, to fight for this club and that’s what I’m going to do until the last day, and the players too.» Real Madrid will face Sevilla on Saturday in the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium in a match for the Spanish League. Real Madrid is in fourth position, seven points behind Real Sociedad, the leading team in the competition. The match will start at 16:15 local time (15:15 GMT).