- Goalkeeper Keylos Navas has admitted that Real Madrid are missing Ronaldo
- Los Blancos were beaten 1-0 in the Champions League by CSKA Moscow on Tuesday night
- Ronaldo left Real Madrid for a world record move to Italian club Juventus
Keylor Navas who is Real Madrid's number one goalkeeper has made it clear that the Spanish giants are missing the services of Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo.
This comes after Los Blancos' embarrassing defeat against Russian club CSKA Moscow on Tuesday night in the UEFA Champions League.
After nine trophy laden years with Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo left the club this year for a move to Juventus and has already scored three goals for the Old Lady.
And while reacting to Real Madrid's defeat against CSKA Moscow, the 31-year-old Costa Rican goalkeeper stated according to UK Mirror that the hole Ronaldo left behind needs filling.
"Cristiano Ronaldo left the bar very high at Real Madrid. You cannot cover the sun with a finger,'' Keylor Navas explained according to UK Mirror.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how the absence of Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo and the injury woes of Gareth Bale will affect Real Madrid not to retain their Champions League title.
Karim Benzema's goal-scoring woes and defensive issues are also identified as other factors that will affect Real Madrid's campaign this season in the UCL.
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