Zidane Explains Why Ronaldo Looked at Phone After Face Injury

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Recently, Cristiano Ronaldo underwent a serious facial injury while playing against Deportivo la Coruna. What grabbed some eyesball is his reaction on his way out of the field – Ronaldo Looked at Phone to check his injury. While a couple of his haters thought that he was taking a selfie of his injury to show off to the world, most people thought that he was worried about the extent of the injury sustained by his face, which appears on the billboards and posters of the brands he represents, and is one of the main reasons behind his huge wealth. However, Zidane just explained that there was a different reason.

Zidane Explains Why Ronaldo Looked at Phone After Face Injury

Zidane Explains Why Ronaldo Looked at Phone After Face Injury

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane just explained that Ronaldo grabbed the phone, not for some superficial reason, but to see how nasty the injury was, and if he could continue to play despite the injury. He has been receiving a lot of criticism for looking at his face or even for worrying about the injury on his money-making face. He has compared to petty women, worried about looks. They ignored the fact that if he is to sustain a grave injury that will leave an ugly scar on his face, he might lose some of his brand collaborations which make up for a large part of his income.

Zidane Explains Why Ronaldo Looked at Phone After Face Injury

However, Zidane explained that the reason why Cristiano Ronaldo looked at phone was more than just the scar, and he was not at all taking a selfie to show off his injury to the world later. He echoed a sentiment to defend the Portuguese, and said that the player grabbed the phone to find out if he was in a condition to continue playing for Real Madrid in the match or not. Zidane mentioned that Ronaldo later told everyone in the dressing room that he just wanted to see if the cut was deep or not, and mentioned that this was not just something he was making up to defend his star player.

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