Real Madrid vs Melilla: What Scolari said after Copa del Rey match

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Santiago Solari declared himself pleased with Isco after he was restored to the Real Madrid starting line-up and produced a fine double in their 6-1 Copa del Rey win over Melilla. "We're all very happy with his prize".

Melilla, a tiny Spanish autonomous enclave in north Africa, managed to give their travelling supporters something to celebrate when striker Yacine Qasmi smashed a penalty beyond Navas in the 81st minute.

According to The Mirror report, despite naming Santi Solari as Julen Lopetegui replacement mid-term after Real Madrid poor start to the season, Solari is not seen as a long-term manager at the Santiago Bernabeu. "They could all be starters for us, otherwise they wouldn't be here".

Solari will now have to count on other options in attack as he aims to keep on collecting points at the same time as resting his players ahead of their Club World Cup campaign.

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

Despite Los Blancos' 4-0 away victory in the first leg of round of 32 Copa del Rey against Melilla, the Argentine coach stressed that his club must not underestimate the upcoming opponent.

Mariano Diaz went off near the end because of an apparent muscle injury, while Madrid youth players Fran Garcia and Alvaro Fidalgo came on for their debuts as second-half substitutes.

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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