Cristiano Ronaldo shone on his return to the Santiago Bernabeu stadium, a referent in Real Madrid’s comeback to Fiorentina, which he endorsed a new goal to conquer his trophy (2-1), the twelfth consecutive on a night that left the claim of the youngest against Zinedine Zidane.

The reissue of the final of the European Cup of 1957 arrived in a Santiago Bernabeu that maintains its trofeo remembering appointments that marked the history of Real Madrid. The encounter served to Zidane to give minutes to the players that less protagonism have and to be with the strike of Borja Mayoral, the omnipresence of Marcos Llorente.

Cristiano exhibits gallons in the Real Madrid of the future
The new players played with a desire to shine, infected by a reference as Christian for which there are no friendly matches. With the rage of which feels like unjust sanction, after a reception of Real Madrid fans as if nothing had happened in the summer, the Portuguese returned to shine in a particular beginning of course. 

In a relaxed start appeared the fury of the Fiorentina to hit first. In search of new referents after losing those he had, he left with courage. He warned with a header from Eysseric and punished the lack of Real Madrid intensity with little early thanks to the shot placed Veretout, unstoppable for Kiko Casilla.

It was not long before Real Madrid reacted with Cristiano in command. He gave the first three minutes later, generous to the nine movement of Borja Mayoral that marked with pleasure and was cast for the ‘new Morata’.  Mayoral, relentless in his unmarked moves, pardoned his double by betting on power instead of placing and Astori crashed into the crossbar a Chilean, who bounced on the shoulder of Casilla with the fortune of sending him out in place and his goal. The duel was back and forth.

Mayoral’s hunger for goal closed the first act. A nice car pass and a dry shot down that took to corner Sportiello in good intervention gave way to a second part in which the intensity and brilliance diminished. Eleven changes in a Fiorentina of tests for the coach Stefano Pioli.

It was a night of illustrious surnames. A Simeone returned to appear in the Bernabéu, playing of nine without option to show his shot. A Zidane jumped in the second half to defend nervously the goal. In addition, even Hagi’s son reminded him of the brilliant left-hander of the Romanian. The break came for Ramos, who cannot play against Valencia by penalty and Nacho who will be his substitute.

They entered Madrid headlines to leave some action on the retina of the amateur who endured at dawn. An erratic and accelerated Lucas Vázquez shot off a magic pass from Isco. It killed with the chest a defense clearance and without letting it fall invented assistance to the back of the defense.

Attempts to draw and seek the trophy of the Italian team were killed with a shot to the side of Benassi and a bad action with the feet of Luca Zidane. The rest was a Real Madrid monologue. With little space for the shot, he crashed with the post. Tejero brushed the goal of his life with a distant shot that caressed the squad, as Bale the crossbar of a left-footed.

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Cristiano Ronaldo shone on his return to the Santiago Bernabeu stadium, a referent in Real Madrid's comeback to Fiorentina, which he endorsed a new goal to conquer his trophy (2-1), the twelfth consecutive on a night that left the claim of the youngest against Zinedine Zidane. The reissue of the...