Published: Wed, April 17, 2019
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Cristiano Ronaldo can never be replaced at Real Madrid, says Zidane

Cristiano Ronaldo can never be replaced at Real Madrid, says Zidane

Real Madrid stumbled to a 1-1 La Liga draw at Leganes on Monday, the latest disappointing result in a nightmare season for the European champions.

Madrid is enduring one of its worst seasons in recent memory.

Mane is now enjoying the best season of his career, having broken his best goals tally whilst playing in England already.

Jordan Hasay finishes third in Boston Marathon - after a year of injuries
The women's race was won by Ethiopia's Worknesh Degefa in 2:23.31 ahead of Kenyan Edna Kiplagat and Jordan Hasay of America. Shiloh Schulte of Kennebunk and Meg Brockett of Portland were the fastest ME runners in Monday's 123rd Boston Marathon.


Youssef En-Nesyri thought he had clinched a famous win for Leganes late on, but the offside flag sparred Madrid's blushes in what was a frustrating outing for the visitors. "We can play better, and we must play better".

Jonathan Silva scored for Leganes in the waning seconds of the first half when the defender curled a shot past Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas inside the box.

Asked if Benzema annoyed by persistent talk that the Bernabeu hierarchy would sign a new striker this summer, Zidane said: "I don't know - you'd have to ask him about that".

Zion Williamson leaving Duke after one season to enter NBA draft
Williamson was the AP Player of the Year, Naismith Award victor and Wooden Award victor among his many accolades this season. On Monday afternoon, though, Williamson posted on Instagram that his time in Durham had come to an end.


"He has played at the highest level and won everything as a coach, so you are a little anxious when you go to speak to him but he is fantastic", Vinicius said. "But he has shown his personality and that's it".

Madrid and Bale's agent are expected to meet soon as they look to find a possible solution concerning his future, while Los Blancos have set a 100 million euro price tag on his head. Every player is good and important.

"My dream is to play for my nation but if I'm not, I will be supporting them away form the pitch".

Astonishing comeback sees South Africa crowned HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens champs
This was before tries by Kurt-Lee Arendse, Angelo Davids and Ryan Oosthuizen injected hope into a beleaguered South African side. He said: "They won (the Hong Kong Sevens) last weekend, so they're obviously not far from their best".


"He's now in another chapter in his career and I'm exhausted of repeating myself because we're not going to win anything at the end of this season but we are going to try and finish strongly".

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