Zidane is confused by Isco and Modric in Real Madrid's crucial matches

Zidane is confused by Isco and Modric in Real Madrid's crucial matches

Zinedine Zidane, the Real Madrid coach, is very confused, but it seems delicious, translating his well-being into his list and the variety of solutions available from the players.

The 11th player in the starting lineup? It seems that Zidane has already settled on the names of 10 players in the Real Madrid squad for the crucial matches. There is only one center to compete with Luka Modric and Isco.

Isco or Modric? Zidane's problem in the big matches

According to Spanish newspaper Marca, Zidane likes to play 4-4-2 in the big matches, after Hazard's return from injury, Karim Benzema will be involved in the team's attack.

In midfield, the trio of Casemiro, Federico Valverde and Toni Kroos have booked their positions in the starting line-up, other than the four-man defense and goalkeeper. There is a fourth-place remaining in midfield, with Modric and Isco competing. So, what are you doing here? Who should participate?

Isco has returned to the starting line-up since Real Madrid's match against Paris Saint-Germain at the Santiago Bernabéu, in the Champions League, and has provided a more than impressive level, returning to the picture again and participating almost regularly.

Zidane is confused by Isco and Modric in Real Madrid's crucial matches

Isco has started all of Real Madrid's major matches since then, the Clásico, the Spanish Super Cup and the Madrid derby, and he has returned to his level in a spectacular way, most notably in the last match against Osasuna. Zidane is well aware of its importance on major occasions.

With doubts growing about his presence in Spain's squad next summer at Euro 2020, Isco seems more focused and determined to return as we have been accustomed to in previous years.

Isco has played in 20 games this season, 13 of them mainly, but has completed 90 minutes only once and is often one of Zidane's first changes. The Spanish midfielder scored twice and Real Madrid won 14 games when he took part in a 70% win.

Looking at his opponent to the center, Luka Modric, who has an unmistakable talent, started the season controversially, but has recently regained his level and participated in major battles.

Zidane is confused by Isco and Modric in Real Madrid's crucial matches

Modric's performance in recent matches has caused a major headache for Zinedine Zidane, who sees his Croatian player as one of the main pillars.

The language of numbers is in favor of Modric, who has scored five goals this season and is his best goalscorer since his move to Real Madrid.

Modric has played in 25 games for Real Madrid in all competitions this season, winning 15 times with a 60% win.

Compared to the duo, in a 4-3-3 way, Modric will certainly beat Isco, but in the attacking midfield 4-4-2, Zidane has some doubts.

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