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Isco was trying his hand at FIFA when he scored a free-kick on the game and made this interesting remark.
The Real Madrid attacker was playing the game with his teammates when he scored a direct free-kick. After scoring, he said: "This year I'll finally be able to take free kicks."
:projector:️ Isco after scoring a free kick in FIFA: "This year I'll finally be able to take free kicks."pic.twitter.com/ahO3SkPV09- Denis :medal: (@Deninstagram) August 7, 2018
We're not sure that being good at FIFA and being a good footballer is a transferable skill, but Isco seems to believe so.
Real Madrid had a huge disruption over the summer as star player Cristiano Ronaldo was sold to Juventus for £100 million and Zinedine Zidane, who oversaw the club winning Champions League trophies, left his post unexpectedly. This is topped with players such as Luka Modric being heavily linked with a move to Inter Milan, following a superb World Cup in Russia, where he helped Croatia reach the final.
Lots of people have been making their predictions for this upcoming campaign. Where at one time Real Madrid were favourites to win the Champions League, that title has now gone to Juventus, Barcelona and Manchester City.
Real Madrid is one Bale injury away from going to the Europa League next season.- LR (@luisxrico) August 8, 2018
But Gareth Bale has been in stunning form, and Los Blancos still have the likes of Isco in their ranks, so they shouldn't be counted out as serious contenders just yet.
I'm loving this free flowing football from Real Madrid under Lopetegui. Our team is balanced, Gareth is in form, Asensio is playing beautifully. Ceballos is another one to talk about his joyful game.- Zeeshan⁷ (@FinishRonaldo) August 8, 2018
In short everything is going fine atm. I'm super excited for next season :heart_eyes:
Is this just me or can anyone else see Bale playing his best season for Real Madrid next season too?- Complaxes (@Complaxes) August 8, 2018
*if he stays fit*
Can Real Madrid make a serious challenge for the Champions League? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
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