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Two of the greatest players ever?.

Cristiano Ronaldo fails to nutmeg Zinedine Zidane

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It must be a beautiful sight watching Cristiano Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane play alongside each other on the Real Madrid training ground. 

Ronaldo, currently recognised by so many as the world's greatest player - fans of Lionel Messi will beg to differ, of course - has scored goal-after-goal throughout his lengthy stint at the Bernabeu. 

Understandably, then, Ronaldo will eventually leave Real Madrid as one of their greatest ever players. 

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His manager, Zidane, was also quite the professional. The combative Frenchman was a warrior on the field but also oozed class with his remarkable technique. 

His skills will never be forgotten, but that doesn't stop a certain Ronaldo trying to outdo him on the training ground. 

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Nutmeg failure 

The Portuguese superstar took it upon himself to attempt to nutmeg his manager, but he did not prevail. 

Zidane won't be beaten by any old trick - Ronaldo should probably know that by now - as he closed his legs to stop the ball from passing. 

Real Madrid Training and Press Conference

Zidane 1-0 Ronaldo. Watch the training ground clip here: 

Will Ronaldo inspire Real Madrid to a trophy this season? Have your say below! 

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Topics:
Cristiano Ronaldo
La Liga
Real Madrid
Football
Zinedine Zidane

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