The Portugal captain made it through to the interval but succumbed to the injury at half-time but Zidane is not concerned about his fitness.
He received treatment on the ankle, then played on until half-time, when he was replaced by Marco Asensio.More news: Jazz suffer blowout loss in return home
Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to be fit for Real Madrid's final La Liga game at Villarreal later this month, according to multiple reports in Spain on Monday, easing fears that a right ankle injury picked up Sunday's Clasico could rule him out of the Champions League final.
While Ronaldo is set to have a scan on an ankle injury, club head coach Zinedine Zidane is not anxious out the Portuguese potentially missing the final. We'll do some tests to see the extent of the damage done to his ankle. He seemed to think it wasn't much.
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Meanwhile, Barcelona continued their unbeaten streak, which has seen them go undefeated in the league thus far.
Ronaldo's injury, coupled with Barcelona avoiding defeat despite playing half the contest with 10 men, meant it was the Catalans who left the more satisfied. He could also be ruled out of the games against Celta Vigo on 12 May and Villarreal a week later. And despite wanting all three points, he believes there was nothing to choose between the two teams on the night - they were evenly matched to share the spoils. In the end it was a draw and that's that. "I would have liked to win, although it was a good game for the fans, there was nothing in play between Barca and Madrid today, but we saw a good game with intensity, with goals, from both teams". "Always the football is more important than the "controversies" people want to make", the French coach added.More news: Redesigned Google News Uses AI to Connect Related Stories Together