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Mijatovic sees bright Robinho future

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Real Madrid sporting director Predrag Mijatovic believes Robinho will one day be recognised as the best player in Europe - as long as he is able to harness his undoubted talent.

Brazilian international felt the displeasure of the Madrid supporters during the first half of Real´s Champions League home match with Olympiacos on Wednesday, when he was jeered after making some mistakes. But the 23-year-old forward went from villain to hero with a stunning second-half performance, when he scored twice, won a penalty and set up Real´s final goal in the 4-2 win.

Mijatovic said of that display: "If you saw the last game you would say Robinho is the best player in the world. Then you see another game and say (Lionel) Messi is the best in the world. There are some players who have a lot of quality and a lot of class. You cannot say who is the best in the world."

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