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Dani Carvajal: Real Madrid locker room upset with Ronaldo ban

18 Août 2017

RFEF issued Ronaldo with a €3,005 fine and a four-match suspension in addition to the automatic one-game ban the player was due to serve for his red card.

Madrid made an official appeal to see the punishment reduced or removed but the single judge dismissed the appeal this morning and that makes the five match ban still viable.

Barca led 3-2 after the first at Camp Nou, but Real Madrid won 2-1 at home and took the series on away goals.

Consequentially, Ronaldo will miss Wednesday's second leg of Spanish Super Cup and La Liga on the 20 of August.

Real Madrid reportedly claimed at appeal that the push on the referee, which followed the player being awarded a second yellow card for diving (TV replays show it wasn't a dive), was an "uncontrollable reflex".

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Dani Carvajal: Real Madrid locker room upset with Ronaldo ban

There's really no question that Real Madrid have one of the best young strikers in the world in 21-year-old Marco Asensio. After he was ordered off, the Portuguese pushed referee Ricardo De Burgos Bengoetxea in frustration.

"Barca midfielder Sergio Busquets said: "A 3-1 defeat at home is very hard to take; the tie seems very tough for us now but we'll try and make a go of it, even though we've made it nearly impossible for us". Over the weekend in the win over Barcelona, Ronaldo earned himself a five-game suspension when, after he picked up a second yellow card, he proceeded to shove an official.

"When you look at everything that happened, to think Cristiano won't play five games with us.it is infuriating", Zidane said on Tuesday. Despite Ronaldo's absence, Madrid would be eyeing its 10th Spanish Super Cup title against a comparatively weaker Barcelona which is still trying to recover from Neymar's transfer to PSG. "As I said before this team is hungry and we show it every time we play".

New signing Paulinho won't be involved as he doesn't arrive in Barcelona until Thursday.

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Dani Carvajal: Real Madrid locker room upset with Ronaldo ban