He was removed in the 30th minute of the match, but Ronaldo himself insists that the issue is a minor one that doesn't have him concerned heading into some vital matches with Juventus.
"I'm not worried, because I know perfectly my body," Ronaldo said following Monday's draw.
"It happens, it's football. Who's out there risks it. I'm calm, because I know I'm going to be back well in one or two weeks with no problem."
Juventus will go toe-to-toe with the Eredivisie side on April 10 in the first leg of that semi-final clash in Amsterdam before returning to Turin for the second leg six days later.
If Ronaldo can recover in that "one or two" week timespan, it would have him back in time for those clashes after previously leading Juve to that round with a hat-trick against Atletico Madrid in the second leg of their Round of 16 battle.
Juventus are set to return to action on Saturday against Empoli before facing off with Cagliari three days later.
With the Ronaldo injury, Portugal ended up settling for a 1-1 result on Monday, with Dusan Tadic's early opener cancelled out by Danilo Pereira's 40th-minute equaliser.