08 May, 2018
Lionel Messi helped 10-man Barcelona remain undefeated in the Spanish league after drawing 2-2 with Real Madrid on Sunday in a testy "clasico" match that saw Cristiano Ronaldo substituted at halftime with a leg injury.
It's not right right now, but I think it's going to be little, it's just a movement, tomorrow we'll see with the resonance, but it's going to be little for him.
Speaking after the game, however, Real manager Zinedine Zidane said "we're not anxious about the final", but added that "I can't say how long he'll be out for". "We're not anxious about the final, we're all going to be there".
Champions Barcelona maintained their season-long unbeaten LaLiga run with a 2-2 Clasico draw against rivals Real Madrid at Camp Nou, despite Sergi Roberto's first-half red card.
The home fans were raging as the half-time whistle blew but, with Marco Asensio on for Ronaldo, they were celebrating eight minutes after the restart.
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Ramos complained that the exchange affected the referee in two key moments: When Marcelo fell in the box and failed to receive a penalty and when Luis Suarez fouled Varane before Messi's goal to put Barcelona up 2-1.
Prior to that, Madrid have three Liga games left: away to Sevilla on Wednesday night, at home to Celta Vigo on Saturday and then at Villarreal the following weekend.
"We make the guard of honour in the competitions we play", he explained.
Despite playing the entire second half with a man less, Barce re-took the lead when Messi himself slammed the ball into the back of the Madrid net prompting wild scenes of celebration. As the Barcelona players trudged off the pitch following a pulsating 2-2 draw, the staff lined-up before the dugout to given them the "pasillo". We wanted to win and Madrid had a very good game in general.
Ramos revealed that he may follow the footsteps of departing FC Barcelona legend, Andres Iniesta who had announced his retirement at the end of the season.