Isco contributed to his seventh goal in six La Liga starts on Sunday as he scored in Madrid's 3-0 win against Alaves, and Zidane dropped his biggest hint yet that the former Malaga ace would remain a Blanco next season.
Madrid broke the deadlock 31 minutes into the game, with Karim Benzema striking into the bottom corner of the net after playing a one-two with Daniel Carvajal.
Madrid 11 vs Alaves, Casilla, Danilo, Pepe, Varane, Nacho, Kroos, Modric, Isco, Ronaldo, Benzema, Bale.
The third goal arrived moments later when Ronaldo allowed Gareth Bale to try his luck from a free-kick, which rebounded off the wordwork and fell to Nacho, who nodded home from close range.
The Spaniard has been very active in trying to grow football out in the U.S. and he also commented about the work carried out by explaining that; "There are new stadiums and great fans.
The game got complicated when they drew even on an isolated play, but we quickly resolved the situation and could establish the ample margin of victory that I think we deserved", he said.
Zidane was asked if he wants Isco to sign a new deal after the match and he gave a positive response, as well as insisting the player himself wants to stay.
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Then the ball goes to Cristiano, who passes to Isco and he shoots and scores.
Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid kicked off an action-packed April with victory, but there was more pain for Sevilla on La Liga's return to action after a two-week worldwide break.
Overview of the game: "We were up against a side who play really good football, and who have lost only a few games this season".
"But to win a League, a Champions League, all the players are important".
"But there are 24 of us in this squad and everyone is important".
"We played a serious match".
With possession flowing their favour, Los Merengues began to mount their charge on the Alaves goal, although the hosts needed half an hour before Benzema's well-taken sweep could finally nudge them ahead. What he wants to is to play here.