Isco linked with Liverpool move as Real frustrations grow

Isco linked with Liverpool move as Real frustrations grow

The Santiago Bernabéu enjoyed a flawless evening of great football and goals galore as Real Madrid booked a place in the Copa del Rey last-sixteen by thrashing Melilla (6-1).

After winning the first leg 4-0 in what feels like an eternity ago, Real Madrid are now in the act of welling and truly seeing off Melilla in the second instalment of their Copa Del Rey round of 32 tie.

After the interval, Isco joined Asensio in hitting a double - netting either side of Vinicius Junior getting in on the act, with Isco's first a sublime strike from 25 yards that drew warm applause from Solari.

"This game let us see many players who are well and committed", Solari added. "I think that in a style of play like City's he could do very well".

"I'm also very happy for Asensio, who scored two goals, and for Vinicius, who did another".

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"We have been solid and good in attack".

Melilla striker Yacine Qasmi left the Bernabeu Stadium with something to celebrate after converting a late penalty, but the Segunda Division B, Group 4 leaders bowed out on the wrong end of a 10-1 aggregate scoreline as Santiago Solari's men handed him a seventh win in eight outings as head coach. But there could be an arrangement for both parties; after all, Isco will barely play under Solari and unless his attitude changes dramatically, he won't be back with the first team any time soon.

"I was delighted with the debuts of [Alvaro] Fidalgo, Francisco Garcia and the goal from Javi Sanchez".

Already waiting for Real in the next round are their La Liga rivals, current champions and record 30-time winners Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Villarreal, Sevilla, Valencia and Espanyol.

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