Ronaldo not a worry for Champions League final after 'minor' injury - Zidane

Ronaldo not a worry for Champions League final after 'minor' injury - Zidane

Ronaldo not a worry for Champions League final after 'minor' injury - Zidane

Barcelona continued their invisibility run in the Spanish La Liga as the El-Classico ended 2-2 on Sunday night at the Camp Nou.

The Portugal forward, however, was replaced by Marco Asensio at halftime. Ronaldo hurt his lower right leg while canceling out Luis Suarez's opener in the 10th minute but Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane later played down the injury.

However, there was to be no more drama as Barcelona withstood Real's risky corner kicks deep into stoppage time to preserve the Catalans' unbeaten season after 35 rounds of La Liga matches, and 42 games overall.

"Luckily for us, we're champions already".

Ronaldo paid a price for the goal with Gerard Pique stepping on his ankle as he unsuccessfully tried to stop the Madrid forward from scoring.

"Everyone who likes football can be happy with a game like that".

Barca had Sergi Roberto sent off in first-half stoppage-time following a clash with Marcelo, but regained the lead through Lionel Messi seven minutes after the interval.

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"We played a good game, in the first half, 11-v-11, making chances to score", he said. Real did not put the ball out of play at the time, angering Barca players.

Suarez felt he had been elbowed by Sergio Ramos, prompting the first round of scuffles, before Messi was booked for flying into the defender on the touchline.

Messi earned himself a yellow for a hard tackle on Ramos before Roberto responded to Marcelo's bump from behind by slapping at his face.

Ronaldo stayed on the bench and, without its star, Madrid couldn't impose its numerical advantage.

Barca, however, took the lead in the second half as Messi scored a brilliant individual goal only for Gareth Bale, who could earlier have been sent off, to have the last word in a thrilling Clasico, his emphatic strike earning Real a deserved draw.

Zidane says, "The most important thing is respecting what Barcelona has done, winning the league".

Relegated Las Palmas gave Getafe's slim European hopes a huge hit with a shock 3-0 win.

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