Ronaldo’s seven works of art with Madrid

July 11, 2018
Cristiano Ronaldo works of art

Cristiano Ronaldo works of art

This is the Museum of the No,7. From the first day he arrived at Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo has been adding works of art to his most prized collection. The Portuguese, who is the top goal scorer in the history of Los Blancos, with 451 goals in his nine seasons as a Madridista, has a fine collection to review:

The first decisive goal with Madrid

The remote-controlled missile against Osasuna

In the 2011-12 season, he took a spectacular long-range shot, driving the ball in at the far post past a helpless Andres Fernandez during Osasuna-Real Madrid at Estadio El Sadar.

Back-heel against Rayo Vallecano

His subtle back-heel goal in the heart of the area against Rayo Vallecano to win a very tight match will forever remain in the memory of Madridistas.

The best individual play from Ronaldo

Ronaldo showed off his ability to dribble and dodge defenders, with perhaps his best step-overs at Real Madrid being the ones he executed against Galatasaray in their Champions League encounter. He left two defenders flat footed before finishing it off with a powerful shot that went in at the far post.

The two lasers from free-kicks; which one would you pick?

You will have to decide which is your favourite Ronaldo freekick goal with Real Madrid. His first in LaLiga, a powerful and direct hit against Villarreal at Estadio El Madrigal, or, that same season, a fabulous strike in Europe against Marseille in the group stage of the Champions League.

His wonder goal against Barcelona

Coming on as a substitute in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup in 2017. He started a counter after passing the ball to Isco’s chest and he ran until he got the ball again. He cut inside Gerard Pique to make room and ended up lifting the ball into the net over the outstretched arm of Ter Stegen.

The best goal from Ronaldo in a Real Madrid shirt?

Cristiano Ronaldo finally achieved his long-awaited bicycle-kick goal against Juventus in Turin. The Portuguese forward made it 2-0 to achieve a brace and put his team on track to the semi final of the Champions League.

SOURCE: marca.com


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