Cristiano Ronaldo completes Monday training session with Real Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo completed Monday’s training session with Real Madrid as he stepped up his bid to be fit for the Champions League semi-final, second leg against Manchester town.
Ronaldo Saturday out last week’s unsuccessful draw at the Etihad bowl with a thigh injury that also unbroken him out of Saturday’s 1-0 Primera Division win at Real Sociedad within which Gareth Bale scored the sole goal.
However, the European country captain was back in coaching on Sunday, participating} along with his team-mates for the first 0.5 before working separately for the rest and he was ready to take a full part in Monday’s session.
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While the news concerning Ronaldo appearance promising for Madrid, it’s less clear whether or not his fellow forward Karim Benzema are ready to feature against town.
The France international was replaced at half-time within the initial leg against town with a hamstring drawback and he was restricted to running except for the rest of the cluster on Monday.
The Madrid midfielder Casemiro, meanwhile, worked inside when learning a bump into Sociedad.
It was Ronaldo who scored the winner once the sides met throughout the 2012-13 group stages and therefore the same referee from that match has been appointed for weekday night’s game, Damir Skomina of Slovenia.
Los Blancos won 3-2 on it occasion in Sep 2012, despite going behind doubly, and similar result would earn Zinedine Zidane’s aspect a place within the final following last week’s stalemate at the Etihad.
Edin Dzeko and Aleksandar Kolarov had put town ahead but Marcelo and Benzema pulled Madrid level before Ronaldo won the sport in injury-time .