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Cristiano Ronaldo, a fragile player?
As I told you last week, Cristiano Ronaldo was called to play the Real Madrid vs Lyon match which finished with a victory of Real Madrid, allowing them to get to the quarterfinals of the Champions League.
Before the game against Lyon, Cristiano Ronaldo had to miss two matches due to his hamstring injury. The Portuguese was substituted after 70 minutes of game because of pain in the left thigh. However, he played Saturday's league match against Atletico Madrid, with another victory for the white team. The fragile Ronaldo had to be removed with 20 minutes left since he complained of pain again.
Medical tests and a magnetic resonance done at Sanitas La Moraleja Hospital have determined Cristiano suffers a Grade I muscle injury with edema on the left biceps femoris. Therefore, Real Madrid could be without him for up to three weeks and he might not be able to play against Tottenham in the quarterfinals, as the first leg is on April 5 at the Santiago Benabeu.
It's true that he is the world's most expensive footballer, but he is fragile, too. It was not a good idea to rush Cristiano Ronaldo back from injury, don't you think? Is he going to be play against Tottenham? And if so, is the Portuguese machine going to break down again?