Zidane Delighted With Real Madrid's Super Cup Win

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The sole judge on the RFEF's Competition Committee, after reviewing Real Madrid's defence statements, first of all made clear that the referee was the only sportive authority during the match and his decisions were irrevocable.

Not in the eyes of Ronaldo, forced to sit out the 2-0 Spanish Super Cup second leg win at the Santiago Bernabeu, which secured a 5-1 aggregate victory over Barcelona, as the Portuguese worldwide feels the ban was 'exaggerated and ridiculous'.

The World Player of the Year was controversially sent off as Madrid won the first leg of the Super Cup 3-1 on Sunday at the Camp Nou.

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RFEF issued Ronaldo with a 3,005 euro ($3,543.20) fine and a four-match suspension in addition to the automatic one-game ban the player was due to serve for his red card.

The latest verdict means that the Portuguese will miss the return-leg of Spanish Super Cup against their bitter rivals Barcelona later tonight.

Ronaldo and Real Madrid have ten days to appeal from the Federation. "It is infuriating", Zidane said on Tuesday.

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Zidane's side were so dominant in the first leg that the French manager was able to rest some of his bigger names at the start of Wednesday's game, including Bale.

"I am and we are very upset". "I'm not going to get involved with the referees but, after what happened, to think that he'll not play for five games, makes you think that something isn't right. We're not going to let our guard down because we expect a hard game, more hard than the first leg". We can't know what the referees are thinking. "Nothing is impossible and we'll stick to our idea of winning the game". I'm telling you how I feel after watching the match again.

Barca need to score at least three times to have any chance of turning the tie around, but can take hope from the fact they have scored 12 goals in their last four visits to the Bernabeu.

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