Football Socer - Real Madrid v Sporting Gijon - Spanish La Liga Santander - Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, Madrid, Spain - 26/11/16. Real Madrid's James Rodriguez reacts. REUTERS/Susana Vera
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Real Madrid's James Rodriguez, the golden boy of Colombian football, has struggled to establish himself at Real Madrid since he burst into the limelight at the 2014 World Cup.In 2015-16 under Rafael Benitez and his replacement Zidane, James made 21 starts in all competitions, with eight goals and 10 assists, although a thigh injury limited his opportunities.James' experience at Real is the opposite to his time at Monaco, where he endured a slow start in the 2013-14 campaign having joining the French side after three seasons at Porto.He eventually scored nine goals with 12 assists to help Monaco finish runners-up to Paris Saint-Germain in Ligue 1 .
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