It is official: Cristiano Ronaldo will miss Real Madrid's next five matches. The Portuguese forward has gotten the suspension for pushing the arbitrator in Sunday's 3-1 prevail upon Barcelona at Camp Nou. It could have been more regrettable, however, and it might really be a surprisingly positive turn of events for Los Blancos.
Ronaldo came back to preparing later than his colleagues in the wake of showing up for Portugal in the Confederations Cup prior this late spring. The 32-year-old is, in this way, behind as far as wellness and began on the seat as Real held the UEFA Super Cup with triumph over Manchester United in Skopje last Tuesday.
On Sunday, he was let well enough alone for the group once more, entering the second half to score a ponder objective before being sent off minutes after the fact after he was decreed to have made a plunge the range. In his conspicuous disappointment, the Portuguese drove the arbitrator in the back and the occurrence was specified in the official's match report.
Discipline for such offenses varies between four and 12 matches, however Spain's Competition Committee gave Ronaldo a five-amusement restriction on Monday, which means he will miss the Supercopa second leg against Barca, and also Liga installations versus Deportivo La Coruna, Valencia, Levante and Real Sociedad.