"I was a little impressed, because Messi is a piece of a footballer".
Zinedine Zidane has rejected suggestions Real Madrid are dependent on Cristiano Ronaldo following a stuttering start to its defence of La Liga in the Portuguese star's absence. No, I would not go to PSG. He's young, he's eager and he's hungry. "We can not talk about a dependency, but I always want him to be with us".
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However, Saakashvili's supporters broke the cordon of border guards having carried the disgraced politician onto the territory of Ukraine.
Zidane elected to leave Mayoral out of his squad for the match against but confirmed that he will be on the list for APOEL. "I hope Sunday is the last game of the season that he is not here".
Ronaldo still has another of the five-game ban he was given for pushing the referee to serve at the weekend, but his return in Europe should give Madrid both firepower and a confidence boost.
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While VW makes no mention of curb weight, the company does forecast an impressive range per charge: 500 kilometers, or 311 miles. Matthias Müller, Chairman of the Board of Management of Volkswagen said: "We have got the message and we will deliver".
"We're happy to have Cristiano back". Madrid may have to be patient in order to break them down, although with Ronaldo no doubt keen to show what they have been missing without him, they should get their campaign for a third successive Champions League off to a smooth start. Cristiano does more than score goals. "He is a leader and always wants to win".
But Ronaldo has played only twice in all competitions so far this season due to suspension and Atletico Madrid defender Filipe does not believe the Portugal star has done enough either side of his purple patch to justify claiming football's top individual prize. Mentally he's fine, physically he's fine. I am very happy here.
Limited evidence to show light drinking in pregnancy can harm baby
One expert, Dr Ellie Lee said: "Official advice about drinking in pregnancy has gone down an overtly precautionary route". Formulating guidance on the basis of the current evidence is challenging", she said, according to the New York Post .