"I just said [to Karius], "keep your head up".
Alisson's fantastic start to life at Liverpool was slightly marred by a weird error against Leicester City, but the Reds remain unbeaten this season and have conceded only two goals so far in five matches.
"As always, the first game at home is very important, we have to have the ball and get more rhythm than them".
Ronaldo's strike won the vote, with Dimitri Payet's Europa League quarter-final goal for Marseille finishing second ahead of Eva Navarro's curling effort for Spain in the Under-17 Championship final.
"But you need different things, to do different things, a different spirit, have a different mentality. I suppose there is more of a team, more working as one unit rather than one player".
However, it is Ronaldo's goals that have led Real to so much success on the continent in recent times.
He added: "It's not going to be so easy to beat Madrid, they are more of a team now".
'Though it's obvious that him leaving is a brutal loss, Madrid are Madrid'.
It's certainly an interesting take given Ronaldo's 450 goals account for a huge portion of Madrid's overall tally during his nine years in the Spanish capital.
Bale has shone in the spotlight since Ronaldo's departure for Juventus, scoring in all of Real's opening three La Liga wins and providing the equalizer for Isco in a 1-1 draw at Athletic Bilbao on Saturday.
It seems the veteran full-back could well be onto something. Let us know what you think by leaving a comment.