Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos had a clash with teammate Isco in the dressing room after their Saturday El-Clasico win.
Spanish outlet Sport says Ramos has had a "big rant" at Isco in the dressing room regarding his performances with Spanish TV footage picking up comments appearing to criticize manager Zinedine Zidane after the game.
Isco said: "If he (Zidane) has to take me off, he takes me off in the 50th or 60th minute, and sometimes at half-time. "If he has to put me on, he puts me on in the 80th minute."
Isco is not happy at his lack of game time under Zidane at Real with the 28-year-old having made just four appearances in all competitions this season for his club; the Spanish starting two of those games.
The starts came against Cadiz and Valladolid but was withdrawn in the 57th and 45th minute respectively in those matches.
The player didn’t feature in the club’s shock 3-2 Champions League defeat to Shakhtar Donetsk and in the Elclasico with his comments being made in the stands at the Nou Camp.
His comments are said not to have gone well with Ramos who questioned the player’s commitment at the club.
🚨 [Sport] | Sergio Ramos & Isco have had a clash in one of the last training sessions. Sergio reproached Isco for his poor performance in recent months and Isco didn't remain silent. This is their 3rd fight in 3 years due to lack of commitment. First one was in 2018.— Los Blancos Live (@blancoslive) October 27, 2020