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Isco Misses Another Big Chance to Establish Himself as Real Madrid's Playmaker

Real Madrid picked up a fourth successive draw on Sunday, as Eibar held them to a 1-1 scoreline at the Santiago Bernabeu, leaving fans frustrated at the final whistle and making their feelings known as the players left the pitch. The entire performance from Madrid was disturbingly limp and one-dimensional, and manager Zinedine Zidane knows he'll have to find a more uptempo, positive display on the first game back after the international break, away to Real Betis on Oct.
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