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- Real Madrid host Manchester City in Champions League semi-final return
- The tie is finally balanced following the goalless draw at Etihad in first leg
- Star player Cristiano Ronaldo appears to have recovered from injury
- Portugal star insists his place in football history is already guaranteed
- Striker Karim Benzema remains doubtful after suffering a knee injury
Ronaldo missed last week's 0-0 draw between the teams in Manchester but his coach says he has recovered.
'He is okay,' said Zidane at his lunchtime press conference at Real's training ground after watching the Portuguese take part in a high-spirited session alongside the likes of Gareth Bale, James Rodriguez and Marcelo.
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'He has recovered and he is 100 per cent.
'He has worked hard and looked after himself and he will be there.
'We are different when he plays and he is ready.'
Zidane suggested before last week's game that Ronaldo would play and he didn't. But this time it seems as though he means it.
Centre forward Karim Benzema will be missing against Manuel Pellegrini's team, though
Meanwhile former France forward Zidane paid tribute to new Barclays Premier League champions Leicester.
He said: 'It's not a miracle. They deserve it.
'Ranieri and his players have had a fantastic season.
Whether Real overcome City to reach the final in their bid for an unprecedented 11th European Cup, Ronaldo - who is the leading goalscorer in Champions League history - is convinced that he has already achieved enough during his career to stake his place among the elite in the annals of football history.
Speaking to UEFA.com, Ronaldo said: 'I always felt that I was a special player, ever since I was starting out at Sporting. I felt that sooner or later I would be a top-level professional. I never thought it would come so fast, but I was preparing myself because, like I said, the talent was there