Of let Morata has been very clear that he is not getting many chances to improve his game though his coach Zidane has a different view and feels that he will get chances in due course of time.


Zinedine Zidane persists that Morata will get his chance in the next game when Madrid will face Espanyol on Saturday as Zidane is  not willing to let him go.

The striker is very clear about the fact that his game is going nowhere with Real Madrid  since he is finding himself in the reserve bench too many times.

As of now his fate of getting more chance in the starting lineup is looking less likely to happen, and Morata spoke his hurt out when he said, now he regrets leaving the Turin side cause things were completely different and he would have differently turned away from his original decision, If there had not been a buy-back contract.

The French coach has Morata's back and he feels that he will definitely see himself  in the starting lineup in many more occasions starting from the Very next game.

In an  news conference the Real Madrid head coach added: "I would not like it if Morata wanted to go at the end of the season,"

"He's had fewer minutes, fewer than Karim, but he has had them. This is his home.

"He'll play from the start and it's not the last game in which he'll play from the start. But you can't stop that – there will always be players who have more minutes than others."

The Los Blancos side is sitting very tightly at the Numero uno position in the La Liga table and the fact that they have played two matches less than Barcelona proves their Strength  on a more stronger note.

And  a win in the very next game will see them four points clear than their Arch rival Barcelona with still another match extra in their bag.

Zidane voiced: "If Barcelona are knocked out, it won't change La Liga,"
"We only look at what we do

"In the defeat, we saw a very strong Paris Saint-Germain and a Barcelona who were less so. But there is always a return leg and you have to play. We know Barca are a very good team and they can still do things in the competition."