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This day in history of Ronaldo


Ronaldo: “Me alegro de la destitución de Cúper”

Ronaldo y Zidane, premiados


Роналдо безумно рад, что Купера уволили

Роналдо премирован

Роналдо: "Я бы подписал с Мишелем Сальгадо и с Роберто Карлосом"

Efe Trophy to Ronnie


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Реал - Динамо К: после матча

Morientes not for sale, say Real Madrid


Photos: Ronaldo at a news conference

Fotos: Ronaldo faz recuperação no Rio

Ronaldo já está no Brasil

Ronaldo elogia atuação de Robinho contra o Rosenborg

Ronaldo irritado com boatos de cirurgia


Роналдо уже в Бразилии

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Рональдо уехал в Бразилию восстанавливаться от травмы

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No risk of surgery for Ronaldo

Ronaldo denies need for operation



Ancelotti: su Ronaldo, Gilardino, Giovinco e Maldini

Ronaldo on Chivas' 'trophy' list


Photo: Ronaldo attending the World Cup indoor final match between Brazil and Spain (ФОТО: Роналдо присутствовал в финале Чемпионата Мира по мини-футболу)

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Ronaldo refuses to call time on career

Sampdoria quer Ronaldo Fenômeno

Ronaldo faz acusações a Filé e revela proposta de clube italiano

Ronaldo com proposta italiana

Ronaldo: "Tengo una oferta de Italia"

Ronaldo: ¿Un trabajo en Italia, segunda parte?

Ronaldo: Italian Job – Il sequel?

Роналдо восстановился после травмы

Роналдо получил предложение перейти в "Сампдорию"

Роналдо: «Я все еще голоден до забитых мячей»

I want to return and score more goals: City's Brazilian target Ronaldo banishes retirement talk

Brazil ace Ronaldo vows to fight on

Ronaldo: Italian Job - The Sequel?


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"Corinthians decidirá o campeão", garante Ronaldo

‘Fenomenozinho’ chama a atenção em entrevista

Ronaldo garante que fica no Timão até o fim da carreira

Ronaldo dice que acabará su carrera en el Corinthians

Роналдо представил прессе его ‘Феноменозиньо’

Роналдо сказал, что останется в Коринтиансе до конца своей футбольной карьеры

Brazil’s Ronaldo sets Libertadores and World Cup targets

I Am Going To Finish My Career With Corinthians - Ronaldo


Роналдо: "Мы все довольны тем, что первый матч ЧМ-2014 состоится в Сан-Паулу"



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Leverkusen 3-0 Real Madrid

Real Madrid's defensive frailties resurfaced in spectacular fashion on Wednesday night as they were comprehensively beaten by Bayer Leverkusen at the BayArena.

New Madrid coach Jose Antonio Camacho's priority when taking over in the summer was to strengthen the back four and Argentinian international Walter Samuel was handed his debut in Germany.

But it mattered little as the visitors were repeatedly opened up by a Leverkusen side whose ambition and creativity seemed to surprise Madrid.

Jacek Krzynowek opened the scoring in the 39th minute and goals early in the second half from Franca and Dimitar Berbatov settled the issue.

Leverkusen started in determined fashion and Bulgarian striker Berbatov almost gave Klaus Augenthaler's men an early lead with an effort which crashed back off the post with Madrid keeper Iker Casillas well beaten.

Brazilian striker Franca, Krzynowek and Carsten Ramelow were all allowed time and space to get in shots in the opening stages although they failed to trouble the over-exposed Casillas.

Madrid had to wait 14 minutes for an effort on goal and, even then, Luis Figo's low drive flew wide of Hans-Jorg Butt's upright.

At least Figo's foray forward provided evidence that the visitors had stepped up a gear.

And that was confirmed when Ronaldo crashed a shot against the bar in the 26th minute after making a late burst into the box to connect with a Michel Salgado cross from the right.

Leverkusen were still a threat, however, and Franca, who scored a hat-trick in the home leg of the third qualifying round tie against Banik Ostrava, should have done better than fire over the bar when well placed.

Krzynowek also missed the target with a far post header as Leverkusen re-asserted their superiority.

It came as no real surprise when the home side took the lead six minutes before the break.

The Madrid defence only managed to clear a corner as far as the edge of the box and the impressive Krzynowek hammered it back with interest, giving Casillas no chance.

Berbatov almost made it two in two minutes with a towering header from a Robson Ponte cross which was deflected just wide as Madrid lost their composure at the back.

Krzynowek tested Casillas again as the interval approached with another long-range drive which the Spain international did well to tip over the bar.

Needing a goal and lacking inspiration, the last thing Madrid needed was an injury to talisman Zinedine Zidane but the former French international had to be replaced at half-time through injury.

Fernando Morientes, last season's top scorer in the Champions League, came on but was a mere spectator as Madrid collapsed at the other end.

Leverkusen moved 2-0 ahead after 50 minutes - Franca firing home from the edge of the area after David Beckham had allowed him space to get in a shot.

The goal seemed to deflate Madrid and the Bundesliga side took full advantage five minutes later.

Franca whipped in a cross which Francisco Pavon could only head up into the air, deceiving the unfortunate Casillas, leaving Berbatov to tap into the empty net.

At 3-0 down, Camacho obviously decided enough was enough and decided to withdraw two of his most creative players - Figo and Ronaldo - in an act which seemed to demonstrate he had accepted defeat.

Leverkusen were happy to sit on their lead and with Madrid lacking purpose and desire, the game petered out.

Beckham tested Butt in the closing stages but it was a night to forget for the England captain and his team-mates.

Camacho takes responsibility

Real Madrid coach Jose Antonio Camacho said he was to blame after his team started their Champions League campaign with a 3-0 defeat by Bayer Leverkusen on Wednesday.

"I take responsibility for this because I was obviously not able to make sure my players approached this game with the right attitude," said Camacho.

He was hired by Real to help them bounce back from a disappointing season featuring a quarter-final exit from the Champions League.

Real, who beat Leverkusen 2-1 in the 2002 final in Glasgow, were never in contention on Wednesday and looked ordinary despite the presence on the pitch of all their top players.

"We were outplayed for 60 minutes," said Camacho, whose men started the Spanish league season with two unconvincing 1-0 wins.

"Only in the last 30 minutes did we manage to put them under pressure. Leverkusen played with plenty of enthusiasm. They were clearly the better team."


The defeat was not the only bad news for Camacho, who had to substitute playmaker Zinedine Zidane at halftime because of a dislocated shoulder that could leave the inspirational French midfielder sidelined for three weeks.

Leverkusen, who have never won a German title and had warmed up for the game with a 2-0 defeat at promoted Mainz in the Bundesliga on Saturday, delighted their fans with a stylish performance.

"I hope my players are now convinced that they can play good football," said coach Klaus Augenthaler.

Leverkusen captain Carsten Ramelow said facing such prestigious opponents had helped Leverkusen raise their game.

"Just the name Real Madrid was a motivation," said Ramelow, who played in the 2002 final. "Our victory is well deserved and so is the winning margin," he added.

Germany midfielder Bernd Schneider, who has been given a new role as right-back by Augenthaler, promised Leverkusen would not get carried away.

"We are not the new Galacticos," he said. "If we were we would have beaten Mainz."

Match Stats:

Bayer Leverkusen 3 x 0 Real Madrid

Bayer Leverkusen:
Jorg Butt
Silveira Juan
Diego Placente
Jose Vitor Roque Junior
Jacek Krzynowek
Carsten Ramelow
Bernd Schneider
Dimitar Berbatov
Paul Freier
Robson Ponte
Sena De Souza

Real Madrid:
Iker Casillas
Roberto Carlos
Francisco Pavon
Michel Salgado
Walter Samuel
David Beckham
Luis Figo
Ivan Helguera
Zinedine Zidane
Gonzalez Raul
Luiz Ronaldo

Venue: BayArena

Date: 09/15/2004

Attendance: 22,500

Referee: G Poll

Yellow Cards: Hanno Balitsch (82) - Bayer Leverkusen; Walter Samuel (65), Francisco Pavon (72), Gonzalez Raul (86) - Real Madrid

Goals: Jacek Krzynowek (40), Sena De Souza (50), Dimitar Berbatov (55) - Bayer Leverkusen

17.09.2004 07:54 +0400
ESPNSoccernet.com / PA

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