Since making his first debut for Manchester United back in 2003, Cristiano Ronaldo has developed to become a huge asset for the club over the years. The Portugese International has bagged series of goals in the Champions league and 17 of his 136 strikes in the competition has been scored for the Red Devils.
It is no longer news that Cristiano Ronaldo dines on the table of the greatest players of all time having written his name all over the world of football. The Portugese International has made breaking old records and setting new ones the pinnacle of his career and majority of this he has attained as a result of his prolificity in front of goals.
Football is a game full of passion and the greatest attraction of it is scoring a goal. Although goals are usually a product of team combination, the goalscorer does take pleasure in his individual effort and always back it up with a moment of celebration. Most times how a player celebrates finding the back of the net is dependent on the atmosphere and the import of the goal scored.
When Cristiano Ronaldo started out his professional career, his style of play was about how he can dribble past opponents and create goalscoring chances for himself and his teammates. To accomplish this, the Portugese International developed an array of skills such as the step overs which he combined with pace and other technical abilities to cause defenders all sorts of problems.
For almost a week now, Cristiano Ronaldo has been dominating the headlines. First, for his return to Manchester United and then for becoming the all time men's International top scorer following his brace against the Republic of Ireland in the ongoing FIFA World Cup qualifiers. Scoring goals has been the pinnacle of Ronaldo's career and despite being 36 years of age, the Portugese International has made it clear that he is not closing the count just yet.
There will never be enough words to describe the career that Cristiano Ronaldo has led for almost 20 years, but his presence has been one the best things in world football. When it comes to finding the back of the net, the Portugese International stands at the head as very few active players come close to his numbers.
Without doubt, Cristiano Ronaldo has been one of the greatest players in the history of Manchester United and since making his first debut for the club in 2003, he's been a reason flurry of people came to love and the support the club. One thing that has kept him top of his career all these years is evident in the number of goals he has registered and that's why he is still a very dangerous attacker despite his increasing age.
Following his winning strike against Atalanta in the Champions league yesterday, Cristiano Ronaldo has now bagged 795 official goals to keep his stellar career pressing forward. However, despite his Impressive goalscoring exploits, the only criticism the Portuguese International seems to be attracting is in the area of his on field work ethic.
It is real and it is happening, Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to Old Trafford and was seen training with some of his new teammates earlier today. Photos; During his first spell at Manchester United, Ronaldo made two hundred and ninety two (292) appearances and was integral as the Red Devils won three Premier league titles, one Champions league title, among other trophies.
Unlike the national team, a player's career in a particular club comes with a contractual agreement and this means he can only be part of a club for as long as he has a signed contract. To this, most players constantly change loyalties by moving from one club to another.
Ronaldo's dominance in the world of football has continued to reappear in front of the world, ever since he dawned the Manchester United on his first debut in 2003. He has since then evolved into a world class talent, a showman, a player who ranks top of the list in Europe and across the world.
Jersey or shirt number is the figure displayed on the rear of a player's uniform in order to distinguish each player from others especially his teammates. Originally, the numbers use to indicate a footballer's position on the pitch (1-11), but over the years these numbers often bear little or no significance in the modern game other than players favorite numbers or the numbers available.
Following the release of the 30-man nomination list, the race for the 2021 Ballon d'or award continues to intensify and it could be one of the closest we have seen in recent times. Lionel Messi, Robert Lewandoski, Jorginho and Karim Benzema are some of the biggest names in the frame, but one other name that can certainly not be left out is that of Cristiano Ronaldo, the man who has proven himself to be a goal machine over the years.For some reason the Portuguese International is making a case of his own as he chases what will be his sixth Ballon d'or award should the voting go in his favor next month.
It is no longer news that Cristiano Ronaldo has made a sensational comeback to Old Trafford, where success began for him in football. Returning back after twelve years, the Portugese International is coming to meet a lot of new faces as all the footballers he once played with have either left the club or retired.
With 794 goals registered coupled with 34 silverwares won so far, Cristiano Ronaldo has been an epitome of success in world football. But while many will always live to rever and draw inspiration from him, very few are aware of the obstacles the Portugese International overcame on his way to greatness.
It was a glamorous debut return for Cristiano Ronaldo yesterday as he struck twice to propel Manchester United to a 4-1 victory over the Magpies. As expected, the Portugese International was treated to a warm reception from the home supporters who were over the moon to have their talisman back.
A goal is termed to be crucial when it helps a team avoid defeat in a particular match. So to say, if a team is already leading a game comfortably, additional goals scored by players of that team will not necessarily count as crucial since it doesn't change the outcome of the game.
Cristiano Ronaldo is back to Old Trafford where success began for him in football. During his first spell at Manchester United, the Portugese International won many things for the first time and one of them happened to be the Ballon d'or, an award he won in 2008 at the age of 22.
The EPL Clubs Ronaldo Never Faced In His 1st Man Utd Spell That He Will Now Play Against This Season
Since making his comeback to Manchester United last summer, Cristiano Ronaldo has been sensational in trying to pick up where he left off in his first spell. He has so far scored five goals for the Red Devils in all competitions and two of those were very crucial.
Since making a sensational return to Old Trafford last summer, Cristiano Ronaldo has been off to a flying start on his second Manchester United debut scoring five goals so far. Three of those goals has been registered in the Premier league, one that has now seen him win the player of the month award for September.