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Ronaldo returns as Madrid aim to pressure leaders Barcelona

SBS Monday, 18 September 2017
MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo will return to action against Real Betis on Wednesday after serving a five-match suspension, as the champions look to keep the pressure on La Liga leaders Barcelona.
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