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Who were Zidane's seven young guns against Manchester United?

Achraf Hakimi

The Morocco international replaced Dani Carvajal at right back and with the departure of Danilo to Manchester City the 18-year-old could rise to the first team in 2017-18 as a back-up to the Spain international.

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Achraf Hakimi

The Morocco international replaced Dani Carvajal at right back and with the departure of Danilo to Manchester City the 18-year-old could rise to the first team in 2017-18 as a back-up to the Spain international.

Photo: JAVIER GANDUL DIARIO AS

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Achraf Hakimi

The Morocco international replaced Dani Carvajal at right back and with the departure of Danilo to Manchester City the 18-year-old could rise to the first team in 2017-18 as a back-up to the Spain international.

Photo: JAVIER GANDUL DIARIO AS

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Achraf Hakimi

The Morocco international replaced Dani Carvajal at right back and with the departure of Danilo to Manchester City the 18-year-old could rise to the first team in 2017-18 as a back-up to the Spain international.

Photo: PEPE ANDRES DIARIO AS

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Achraf Hakimi

The Morocco international replaced Dani Carvajal at right back and with the departure of Danilo to Manchester City the 18-year-old could rise to the first team in 2017-18 as a back-up to the Spain international.

Photo: PEPE ANDRES DIARIO AS

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Álvaro Tejero

A trusted lieutenant under Zidane at Castilla since 2014, Tejero can play across the back four and came on as a central defender against United. He made his first team debut for Real Madrid two years ago in the ill-fated Copa del Rey game against Cádiz, which ended with Madrid being disqualified for fielding the ineligible Denis Cheryshev.

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Álvaro Tejero

A trusted lieutenant under Zidane at Castilla since 2014, Tejero can play across the back four and came on as a central defender against United. He made his first team debut for Real Madrid two years ago in the ill-fated Copa del Rey game against Cádiz, which ended with Madrid being disqualified for fielding the ineligible Denis Cheryshev.

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Álvaro Tejero

A trusted lieutenant under Zidane at Castilla since 2014, Tejero can play across the back four and came on as a central defender against United. He made his first team debut for Real Madrid two years ago in the ill-fated Copa del Rey game against Cádiz, which ended with Madrid being disqualified for fielding the ineligible Denis Cheryshev.

Photo: PEPE ANDRES DIARIO AS

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Álvaro Tejero

A trusted lieutenant under Zidane at Castilla since 2014, Tejero can play across the back four and came on as a central defender against United. He made his first team debut for Real Madrid two years ago in the ill-fated Copa del Rey game against Cádiz, which ended with Madrid being disqualified for fielding the ineligible Denis Cheryshev.

Photo: PEPE ANDRES DIARIO AS

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Álvaro Tejero

A trusted lieutenant under Zidane at Castilla since 2014, Tejero can play across the back four and came on as a central defender against United. He made his first team debut for Real Madrid two years ago in the ill-fated Copa del Rey game against Cádiz, which ended with Madrid being disqualified for fielding the ineligible Denis Cheryshev.

Photo: PEPE ANDRES DIARIO AS

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Manu Hernando

Hernando made his first team debut alongside Tejero in the centre of defense against Mourinho’s side and looked comfortable next to his Castilla teammate, dealing with the dual threat of Lukaku and Mkhitaryan.

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Manu Hernando

Hernando made his first team debut alongside Tejero in the centre of defense against Mourinho’s side and looked comfortable next to his Castilla teammate, dealing with the dual threat of Lukaku and Mkhitaryan.

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Luis Miguel Quezada Sánchez

The 21-year-old Castilla left back made his debut in Santa Clara and was one of the stand-out performers among the second half substitutes, chancing his arm twice in normal time, with a free-kick that brought a good save out of David de Gea. He was also the only Madrid player to hit the net during the penalty shoot-out. He may find his chances limited during the upcoming season though with Real well-stocked at left back.

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Luis Miguel Quezada Sánchez

The 21-year-old Castilla left back made his debut in Santa Clara and was one of the stand-out performers among the second half substitutes, chancing his arm twice in normal time, with a free-kick that brought a good save out of David de Gea. He was also the only Madrid player to hit the net during the penalty shoot-out. He may find his chances limited during the upcoming season though with Real well-stocked at left back.

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Luis Miguel Quezada Sánchez

The 21-year-old Castilla left back made his debut in Santa Clara and was one of the stand-out performers among the second half substitutes, chancing his arm twice in normal time, with a free-kick that brought a good save out of David de Gea. He was also the only Madrid player to hit the net during the penalty shoot-out. He may find his chances limited during the upcoming season though with Real well-stocked at left back.

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Óscar Rodríguez

The Castilla midfielder was charged with pulling the strings in the centre of the park in the second half.

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Óscar Rodríguez

The Castilla midfielder was charged with pulling the strings in the centre of the park in the second half.

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Franchu

Another debutant, the Argentinean played on the right wing but did not have sufficient time to show the skills he regularly displays for Guti’s Juvenil side.

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Franchu

Another debutant, the Argentinean played on the right wing but did not have sufficient time to show the skills he regularly displays for Guti’s Juvenil side.

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Dani Gomez

Franchu’s regular partner in Guti’s attacking Juvenil side, the “Shark of Alcorcón” banged in 32 goals for the youth team last season but found himself up against it with United’s experienced defenders.

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Dani Gómez

Franchu’s regular partner in Guti’s attacking Juvenil side, the “Shark of Alcorcón” banged in 32 goals for the youth team last season but found himself up against it with United’s experienced defenders.

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Dani Gómez

Franchu’s regular partner in Guti’s attacking Juvenil side, the “Shark of Alcorcón” banged in 32 goals for the youth team last season but found himself up against it with United’s experienced defenders.

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