Ronaldo thought that he had sent Real Madrid 3-1 ahead in the 67th minute when he nodded a Marcelo cross into the back of the net, but the goal was ruled out for a push.
Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane says that he is monitoring the recoveries of injured midfielders Toni Kroos and Luka Modric "day-to-day" and wants both back at "100 percent" for Tuesday's Champions League round-of-16 second leg at Paris Saint-Germain.
"I did great things with Madrid, so what I could tell him is to be patient with himself". Hence it is predicted that Real Madrid will win this game against Getafe.
"The reality we have is that we always play against super motivated, super committed teams", he said. We have to go out and give everything. "I'm an optimist until the end", Zidane said.
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"People might think it is already over, but that never happens in football", he said.
"He trains well, he is a player loved by all and this is a problem that, for me, does not exist".
But Ronaldo might be starting to see the advantages of playing at No. 9 and can sense a massive window of opportunity as Real Madrid look ready to go on a mission this summer to find a new one. Since then, Madrid had won 19 of the 22 matches between the two sides and drawn the other three, a record of dominance that surpassed even that of Espanyol's hated local rivals Barcelona, who have gone 17 league games unbeaten in the Catalan derby. "We are all together on this, a player being angry is normal", he added. With seemingly fewer options other than Harry Kane, who is said to be a very hard acquisition, and Robert Lewandowski, who turns 30 in August, Florentino Pérez's options are limited and any potential selling team will be aware of that.
The presence of Marcelo is more necessary than ever in this match against PSG, especially in the absence of Modric and Kroos.
A 1-0 first leg away win over Leganes - unexpectedly hard-fought though it may have been - seemed to book Madrid's spot in the Copa del Rey semifinals. You can expect Ronaldo to further quell speculation that he is a declining force by being the deciding factor in that game too. The Portugal superstar continues to show superb goalscoring form despite Real's struggles in the league in 2017/18.