The midfielder, who is not a partner in the Clasico against Barcelona, seems to be talking during the game about the distrust he receives from the Frenchman
Isco vs. Cadiz.
A collision course with Zidane?
Real Madrid midfielder Isco has been caught criticizing his coach, Zinedine Zidane, following the lack of credit he has received from him recently.
Isco who is not a partner in the Clasico against Barcelona in which the Blancos won 1: 3 on Saturday is seen talking to his friends, Marcelo and Luca Modric and complaining that he does not get minutes.
"If he wants to put someone in my place he takes me down in the 50th or 60th minute, sometimes in the half," Isco said, making his friends laugh.
"If he has to put me in, he does it in the 80th minute," he added.
So far Isco has played in the starting lineup only twice.
Against Valladolid he played 57 minutes and was substituted and in the game against Cadiz last week, he was substituted in the half after failing to impress, a game that Real surprisingly lost.
Already after that loss to Cadiz and the loss to Shakhtar in the Champions League, Zidane has denied that senior players like Isco are having trouble getting the best out of themselves because they do not get the full confidence from him.
"I won a lot of things with these players, I will be with them until death," said the Frenchman.
It will be interesting to see now if this will hurt the relationship between the two.