The knock on his ankle, sustained whilst scoring Real Madrid's equaliser at Camp Nou yesterday is not of a serious nature.
Ronaldo was forced off at half-time after appearing to hurt his ankle and Real will be hoping their star striker can now recover in time for the Champions League final against Liverpool on May 26. "He is a bit anxious, right now the ankle is a bit swollen, but he said it is not so bad".
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.
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".
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But Bale was lucky still to be on the pitch after he stabbed his studs into the back of Samuel Umtiti's calf, moments before Sergi was sent off.
Following the game, Zidane says that the problem is not a major one - but it does leave question marks over his condition with the trip to Kiev to face Liverpool just two weeks away.
Valverde added: "It was clearly a hard match to referee".
"Then we will see what a match like that will look like".
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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. Iniesta went off to a standing ovation in the second half.
The result: "We've experienced a great football match, and at the end it's a draw, which I'm not sure is deserved or not".
VAR is due to be introduced to La Liga next season, and Valverde is anticipating the technology to have a significant impact, especially on games like Sunday's Clasico.
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