Despite Ronaldo's muted celebration, Sunday's Clasico was no less fierce than usual, with Barcelona's Sergi Roberto shown a straight red card before half time with the score at 1-1.
Mourinho believes record five-time World Cup winners Brazil have a good structure for world-class football, which help them do well at global events.
"He got injured but is doing well, walking as normal".
Madrid were two down at half-time thanks to efforts from Wissam Ben Yedder and Miguel Layun, before Sergio Ramos missed a penalty and scored an own goal to make it 3-0.
Real Madrid's star forward Cristiano Ronaldo was substituted, during halftime of their La Liga clash against FC Barcelona, due to an injury. The former Chelsea, Real Madrid, Inter Milan and Porto manager also shared similar sentiments about Argentina, who led by Lionel Messi, are chasing their first World Cup crown since 1986. EuroSport believe that he is a doubt for the Los Blancos' Champions League final against Liverpool.
With both heading to their fourth finals, will they find success in Russian Federation, and what are their hopes should they not be standing at the top of the podium on 15 July?
So will Ronaldo - and his ankle - be up for the potentially career-defining match? "I think we are the only unbeaten team in Europe in the big leagues and that is something that pushes us".
"It will be a spectacular game, open and with chances for both teams". The team who will follow their planning in a better way will end up winning the game.
He said on Friday: 'Emre will be assessed on Monday to check how it has improved.