Thursday, 27 April 2017 : The attacking midfielder scored Real’s fifth goal on Wednesday night, netting after James Rodriguez had bagged a brace and Alvaro Morata and Lucas Vazquez had both notched with relative ease.
Substitute Casemiro completed the rout, which also saw Florin Andone and Joselu score for Depor.
With Saturday’s tricky LaLiga meeting with Valencia closely following this league tie, Real boss Zinedine Zidane opted to rest his ‘BBC’ strikeforce of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema, allowing some regular replacements to shine.
But Isco does not believe there are two tiers of players on the staff at the Bernabeu.
He told realmadrid.com: “It was a game which involved the whole team and that was reflected on the scoreboard.
“It is good to have 23 starters in the squad, and you can see that when there are changes to the starting line-up.
“The important thing is that you don’t really notice who’s playing in each game, and I think that’s what makes Madrid one of the best teams in the world.”
On his recent resurgence, which has seen him score a match-winning double against Sporting Gijon and flourish in his preferred creative role, he added: “I’m feeling very comfortable.
Source : Internet