It wasn’t the first time that Cristiano Ronaldo became the target of boos coming from the Santiago Bernabeu stands, and most probably last night wasn’t the last time either. Zinedine Zidane called it ‘something that happens’, and stood by his Portuguese star.
Perhaps they won’t boo him anymore. This is the Bernabeu and these things can happen from time to time. He scored three goals and the fans will be grateful for what Cristiano has done
the Real Madrid coach said in the Press conference after last night’s 4-2 against Bayern Munich. Ronaldo scored a hat-trick (even though his two extra-time goals seemed to be scored from offside positions), but before his first goal he had been targeted by some Madrid supporters, who felt he wasn’t giving the team enough, in such an important game.
He’s relaxed because he shows just what he can do out on the pitch. What he’s got is something that few players have. In the key games, he’s always there
the French coach said as well. As for Madrid’s qualification for the Champions League semifinals, Zidane has no doubt his team got what they deserved.
For me there is no luck in football, we won both games and we went through
Zidane told reporters, avoiding commenting on Arturo Vidal’s red card, which the referee got wrong, and the first two goals of his team in extra-time, which both appeared to be offside.