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Chicharito Hernández slams Carlo Ancelotti over lack of minutes

The Mexican player, who is on loan from Manchester United, is "frustrated about his lack of opportunities"

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Carlo Ancelotti's lack of rotation is starting to haunt him. After Álvaro Morata claimed last week that he "did not understand why he went from playing well to the stands" during his last season in Real Madrid, now it's Chicharito Hernández the one who criticizes Ancelotti's management.

Yes, I've cried. I'm frustrated because I have not had people trusting me. My numbers have been better when I have been given the chance, and it's frustrating to see that you're giving your best in every training session and you barely get minutes...

Source: FOX Sports

The Mexican player has hardly ever made an impact when given the chance, but it's true that he could improve by getting involved with his teammates. He is not a better striker than Karim Benzema and that's the main reason why Real Madrid wanted to get him on loan, but Carlo Ancelotti could have used him throughout the season in some winnable matches.

This is another player questioning Ancelotti's man-management.

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