Performance review – Cristiano Ronaldo against Barcelona
Barcelona appreciated seemingly their most commanding triumph ever against Real Madrid in ‘El Clásico’ with an unequivocal 4-0 triumph on Saturday evening at the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid. The performance of Cristiano Ronaldo against Barcelona was exceptionally poor. The most obvious opportunity with regards to the night fell off his shoulder. He frowned all through and when the Portuguese are in that state of mind, Real are just about playing with 10 men. He would have covered his second-half risk when one-on-one with Bravo 99 times out of a 100 and had a decent late header spared, however, the suspicion remains that all is not well on planet Ronaldo – and it’s costing Real.
Watch and Enjoy the Performance of Cristiano Ronaldo against Barcelona:
On the ball, there was a lot of level headed discussion concerning whether Rafa would attack or defend at the Bernabeu. At last, Real did not one or the other. Disappointed by Barcelona’s strategy of backing the diversion off and after that hitting with a brisk pass, Real were not by any stretch of the imagination in the match in the first half and the guests could have been more than 2-0 up at the break. Benitez’s thought to squeeze Barcelona in the resistance half was not so much suited to the work force he chose, considering their absence of match wellness, and it played into Barcelona’s hands. Benítez’s men demonstrated some flash to open the second half, with Marcelo approaching in the 47th moment. After two minutes, it was James gathering ago from Bale and terminating at goal, yet Bravo was prepared and parried it away to safety. Real Madrid was edgy to attempt to get once more into the match. Varane debilitated with a header in the 61st moment and after that seven minutes after the fact went to their best take a gander at objective when Bale crossed for Ronaldo who was one-on-one with Bravo, yet the Chilean obstructed the Portuguese’s effort.