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Friday, 27 May 2016

Read what Zidane said about Ronaldo's injury ahead of UCL final

Real Madrid set to face city rivals Atletico Madrid in the Champions League final 

– Cristiano Ronaldo got a slight injury ahead of the final
– Zidane discloses the situation with Ronaldo’s injury Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane states that Cristiano Ronaldo is at “100 per cent” for Saturday’s Champions League final against Atletico.
Zidane’s side face Atletico Madrid in a repeat of the 2014 Champions League final where Madrid prevailed 4 – 1 after extra-time.
Ronaldo went up for the ball with Madrid’s reserve team keeper Kiko Casilla and fell awkwardly. When he didn’t get back to his feet he was attended to by several members of Real Madrid’s medical staff and finally limped off the training pitch with ten minutes left of the session.
 However, Zidane insists: “He was feeling a bit of pain but now he’s 100 per cent I would say. On top of that, he’s playing in a final. When you’re playing in a final if you were feeling anything you would forget it.” In his turn Ronaldo also confirmed his intension to play in the UCL final: “It is nothing. In a couple of days everything will be fine.”

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