Spanish International, Isco Alcoron, made headlines as his first match for Real Madrid since October 28th which also doubles as his first start under new coach, Santiago Solari, produced a brace this afternoon.
For the first time under coach Santiago Solari, Spanish midfielder Isco Alarcon on Thursday made the Real Madrid starting lineup for the Melilla clash in the second leg of the Spanish Cup round of 32.
However, Solari moved swiftly to keep feet firmly on the ground with league games against Huesca and Rayo Vallecano to come either side of CSKA Moscow's Champions League trip to Madrid before he and his players head for the United Arab Emirates later this month.
"It doesn't matter what division our opposition are playing in".
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"We are just looking at the next game, so we are still far away". According to a report from OK Diario, the reigning European champions would only allow the former Malaga star to leave for a whopping €700 million.
"I'm very happy for Isco, I was very sorry that he missed the one played in the first half, because it would have been a great goal", he told reporters.
Madrid went into halftime with a three-goal lead after Marco Asensio scored twice in three minutes and debutant Javi Sanchez also got on the scoresheet late in the half. We train hard so that everyone is at their best and focussed.
"There are players in football who play well and who do so constantly, which is why they start for 10 or 12 years, but nobody has played forever because they are called X".