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Ronaldo not worthy of Ballon d'Or, says Filipe Luis

Ronaldo not worthy of Ballon d'Or, says Filipe Luis

Ronaldo had been handed a domestic five-match ban after pushing a referee during the Spanish Super Cup first leg, reports Efe.

Ronaldo is eligible to feature in Wednesday's Champions League group-stage opener at home to Cypriot side APOEL, as Madrid looks to get back to winning ways and begin the defence of its European crown in strong fashion.

"I was a little impressed, because Messi is a piece of a footballer".

"We thought it was unusual that Neymar left Barcelona", he said. "Cristiano hadn't done anything until the last two months [of the season]".

"I don't know how much I'm worth... We can't talk about Cristiano-dependence, I want everyone to be available all the time", added the Frenchman.

"He does not contribute with just goals. We're all excited to have him back with us". In the next three La Liga matches, Real have won one and drew three.

Mariano Diaz also swapped Real for Lyon and Karim Benzema's hamstring injury has now left the Champions League holders with few options.

"We can't be happy with the results, especially the last one, but we're not going to change the way we work, just as we didn't a year ago".

But Ronaldo has played only twice in all competitions so far this season due to suspension and Atletico Madrid defender Filipe does not believe the Portugal star has done enough either side of his purple patch to justify claiming football's top individual prize. "You're always going to have a few bad results in a season", he said.

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