Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo combine to score fine goal in training

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What happens when two of the greatest ever players to have played the game team up in training? They produce something beautiful, of course. 

Zinedine Zidane, the current manager of Real Madrid, is the man tasked with bringing the very best out of Cristiano Ronaldo. 

We can all assume that if Zidane - in his prime, of course - was playing alongside the Portuguese superstar, then something quite special would take place on the field of play week in, week out. 


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Unfortunately, that is something we will never be able to see, but we're able to bring you the next best thing. 

As reported by Marca, Zidane was coaching the art of striking a ball during Wednesday's training session. 

Ronaldo-Zidane combination 

So, here is what happened: Ronaldo and Zidane played a nice little one-two - the latter produced a fine flick in the process - and the former Manchester United man converted in style as the ball hit the crossbar on its way through. 

Ronaldo and co. are currently gearing up to take on Granada in La Liga on Sunday evening. The 31-year-old - yes, he really has turned 31 today - will be determined to continue his great run of form and put pressure on the duo of Barcelona and Atletico Madrid. 

Will Ronaldo inspire Real Madrid to the La Liga title? 

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