Real Madrid coach warns this on Ronaldo after free from punishment
Zinedine Zidane expects Cristiano Ronaldo will not repeat the same thing as when he was sentenced to a five-match ban. The megastar is scheduled to return to appear when Los Blancos meet Real Betis.
This Madeira superstar will get his first appearance in La Liga this season, if he is played counter Betis. Previously he got the punishment after pushing the referee in the match Supercopa de Espana August 14 last face Barcelona. Previously, Ronaldo was given a red card in the game.
Zizou also claimed happy with the return of CR7. According to him, there is a jet of happy face from Ronaldo after this punishment ends.
“We will not discuss the punishment. We are happy that he is back and I hope it will be the last time we have to lose him, “Zidane said at a press conference session.
“I see that Cristiano is very happy because what he likes is playing and being part with his friends,”
“He will be back in a league game at home and we know everyone likes to play at this stage (Santiago Bernabeu).”
Ronaldo himself has actually appeared in competitive matches this season in the Champions League midweek. In fact he immediately gave such an amazing effect, when scored two goals in a 3-0 win against APOEL at Santiago Bernabeu.
However, the performance of Madrid without Ronaldo arguably less consistent, in which they draw two consecutive cons and Valencia Levante.
Knowing Ronaldo will return when facing Betis, coach Verdiblancos pleaded not happy with this. He considered his team hit by misfortune to have to face Ronaldo.
“Cristiano is a ruthless player in front of goal, everyone wants to stop him and nobody can stop him,” Quique Satien said.
“Every time you face it, you run the risk with him can score goals, because the percentage is very high compared with others.” He concluded.
Los Blancos won victory in his last game, when successfully beat Real Sociedad with a score of 3-1 at Anoeta, last weekend. This makes them sit in fourth position with a notch eight points, four points behind Barcelona who leads the standings. (Source: FFT)