Ronaldo has nothing to prove, says Allegri

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"He's picked up an adductor injury from virtually his first sprint", said Allegri.

"My understanding with him I'm learning to know him inside and outside the field".

He further added later on: "To me the decision wasn't the best one, but if that is what the ref saw, what could we do?"

However, the former Atletico Madrid midfielder feels the Spanish League giants have got quality players who can step into the shoes of the Portuguese star according to Tribal Football.

Inter Milan also return from Champions League duty on a high after a last-gasp 2-1 win over Tottenham in their return to Europe for the first time since 2012.

In his first game back in Spain since his departure from Real Madrid.

"This result gives us self-belief around the work we are doing".

Coutinho told the reporters, quoted by Goal: "Messi always shoots and scores goals, which is what is important - to score goals and win games". They were last European champions in 1996 when Ronaldo was 11 and playing youth football for Nacional.

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Another described the whole affair as "Under-9s antics" while one joked that we now have pictures of the striker crying in every kit he's ever worn in his career.

Three-time defending champion Madrid eased to a 3-0 win over Roma yesterday [Macau time], with Francisco "Isco" Alarcon scoring from the kind of free kick only Ronaldo got to take in his nine years with the club. It was an wonderful comeback by the Italian side at San Siro with Mauro Icardi and Vecino scoring late goals.

"I just heard he said it was because of hair pulling.

But he makes the extraordinary routine", said Barca coach Ernesto Valverde, whose side had Samuel Umtiti sent off late on. The hat trick made it 103 goals scored in the competition, behind Cristiano Ronaldo's record 120 goals.

SPAL - who are three points behind Juventus in second - host Fiorentina, with Sassuolo, in sixth, hosting Empoli in Friday's early match.

That's the view of ESPN pundit Craig Burley, who says that although he didn't think it was a red card, there was still physical contact and so it will be hard to overturn the decision.

Van Bommel wants the Dutch league leaders to stay professional as they begin the Champions League season facing the player he called the best in the world.