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Real Madrid: Zidane's 11 games offer up clear casualties

Real Madrid: Zidane's 11 games back offer up clear casualties

JUAN MEDINA

REUTERS

In terms of game time, Gareth Bale, Marcos Llorente, Sergio Reguilón and Dani Ceballos were the chief victims of Zinedine Zidane's return.

A comparison of the distribution of playing time at Real Madrid under Los Blancos' three head coaches this season - Julen Lopetegui, Santiago Solari and Zinedine Zidane - shows that Sergio Reguilón and Dani Ceballos were the chief victims of the LaLiga club's final change of boss in 2018/19.

Indeed, only Vinicius played less under Zidane following his March re-appointment in place of Solari - and that's chiefly because the starlet missed almost two months after damaging ankle ligaments days before the 46-year-old took over. 

Reguilón emergence brought to halt by Zidane

Having displaced Marcelo under Solari, Reguilón saw the Brazilian restored to the status of first-choice left-back in the wake of Zidane's return, while Ceballos had his involvement cut in half: after being fielded for 43% and 42% of Madrid's total minutes by the Frenchman's predecessors, he then had to settle for 18%.

Players' game time under Lopetegui, Solari and Zidane:

*Brahim Díaz was signed after Lopetegui's departure.

Rollercoaster year for Llorente

Marcos Llorente had a topsy-turvy campaign: a fringe figure during Lopetegui's early-season stint in charge, the midfielder then began to make a real impact when Solari took the helm in October - only to see his progress curtailed by hamstring problems. He was then largely overlooked once more after Zidane's arrival.

Bale actually involved more under Zidane than Solari - but...

Gareth Bale is an interesting case, meanwhile. Left out of each of the last three matches of the season by Zidane, his percentage under Lopetegui was nearly 30% higher than under 'Zizou' - but it was technically Solari's tenure that brought the Welshman's most sporadic game time this term. 

However, there is a clear explanation for this: the ex-Tottenham man, who has been told by Zidane that he is surplus to requirements at the Bernabéu, sat out eight fixtures through injury during Solari's four-and-a-half month reign.