Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said he was not too concerned with Cristiano Ronaldo's ankle injury after the Portuguese striker was unable to continue in the second half of his side's 2-2 draw at arch rivals Barcelona on Sunday.
Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to be fit for Real Madrid's final La Liga game at Villarreal later this month, according to multiple reports in Spain on Monday, easing fears that a right ankle injury picked up Sunday's Clasico could rule him out of the Champions League final.
As you would expect of any fanbase in Europe, Liverpool supporters are anxious about Cristiano Ronaldo heading into the European Cup final in Kiev on the 26th of May.
Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said afterwards that Ronaldo was anxious as the joint had swollen, but said that ahead of tests to be carried out on Monday, Ronaldo was confident there was no serious injury.
"We will look tomorrow and see what damage has been done", Zidane told Movistar Partidazo.
Woman bets $18 on Kentucky Derby, wins $1.2 million
ABC News noted she won almost as much as the $1.24 million Justify won in the world's most famous horse race. Lucia, where Teo is attempting to develop a horse racing resort in a place where there are no thoroughbreds.
"I'd have liked to have won", added Zidane. In a Clasico where there was nothing at stake, it was a great game.
Liverpool's league form has gone to the dogs and, if Chelsea pick up maximum points in their final two games, unless they win their final game of the campaign they could drop out of the top four.
Regardless of any developments, Jürgen Klopp and his players will feel confident they can beat Real Madrid given the incredible way they have progressed through the tournament this season. There's been a bit of everything but that isn't going to change anything at the end.
"We needed to have a little more patience, but that doesn't change anything".