REAL MADRID TO APPEAL CRISTIANO RONALDO RED IN EL CLASICO

Real Madrid will appeal Ronaldo/' title='Cristiano Ronaldo News'>Cristiano Ronaldo's second yellow card for diving in the Spanish Super Cup first leg at Barcelona, coach Zinedine Zidane confirmed after a 3-1 win over Barcelona.

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