Juanfran writes letter to fans in wake of Champions League final penalty miss

Atletico Madrid only needed to win a penalty shootout to be crowned champions of Europe. And they started perfectly burying spot kick after spot kick. But then Juanfran drilled his off the post and all Cristiano Ronaldo had to do was make his penalty to win the Champions League for Real Madrid. He did.Atleti had fallen in the Champions League final again. And to their crosstown rivals...
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Ronaldo rests to show the ‘jealous’ who’s best

Madrid (AFP) – Cristiano Ronaldo will not play in Portugal’s pre-European Championship friendly against England on Thursday as he rests from his third Champions League triumph but he insists those who doubt his talents are “jealous”. The 31-year-old, who looked jaded in Real Madrid’s win over Atletico Madrid on Saturday even though he scored the winning penalty in the shoot...
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Ronaldo hails 'unbelievable' Champions League final shootout win

Match-winner Cristiano Ronaldo was delighted to fire home the winning penalty as Real Madrid won the Champions League for a record 11th time with a 5-3 penalty shoot-out victory over city rivals Atletico at San Siro.Sergio Ramos tapped Gareth Bale's flick home from close range after 15 minutes before Belgium winger Yannick Carrasco leveled after 80 minutes to see the scores level...
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Ronaldo: I knew I would score Madrid’s winner

After converting Real Madrid’s decisive penalty, Cristiano Ronaldo said: “I had the feeling I would score the winning goal – I told Zidane to leave me to last and it went well.” The post Ronaldo: I knew I would score Madrid’s winner appeared first on
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Cristiano Ronaldo takes scoring prize again

Cristiano Ronaldo has finished as the UEFA Champions League’s top scorer for the fourth season in a row and the fifth time overall with 16 goals – 55 in the last four campaigns. The post Cristiano Ronaldo takes scoring prize again appeared first on
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Cristiano Ronaldo Insists He’ll Stay At Real Madrid Amid Transfer Rumors

Cristiano Ronaldo is focused on Saturday’s Champions League final and his long-term future with Real Madrid, not a transfer to Paris Saint-Germain or Manchester City. Or so he says. The world-class striker told Jugones de LaSexta that the Real Madrid shirt is the last one he’ll wear in his career, according to “The other clubs can forget it — I’m going to retire...
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Cristiano Ronaldo returns to training ahead of Champions League final

Earlier this week, Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo limped off the field with a thigh injury and there were immediately some concerns about his fitness for this weekend’s Champions League Final. On Wednesday, Madrid fans learned some good news that will allow them to breath a sigh of relief. Per reports, Ronaldo returned to training and he appears on track to take the field for...
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How Cristiano Ronaldo’s injury will affect 2016 Champions League Final

This injury won’t slow Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the greatest players the soccer world has ever seen. Ronaldo limped out of Real Madrid’s practice session Tuesday after colliding with reserve goalkeeper Kiko Casilla. The news sparked fears he might not play, or won’t be in peak shape, for Real Madrid when it takes on Atletico Madrid in the 2016 UEFA Champions League Final...
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Cristiano Ronaldo has his own personal umbrella attendant

Cristiano Ronaldo is arguably the best footballer in the world right now, and when you’re that good, you don’t need to worry about the elements or things of that nature. No, instead, you can just hire your own personal attendant to take care of the weather for you. So when it rains, for example, you can just have that special guy or girl hold an umbrella for you, since that work...
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Who will win La Liga?

After a grueling 37 matches played thus far this season, only one game is left to decide who will lift the La Liga trophy this Saturday. The top three teams could hardly be closer, separated by three points in the standings. They have all performed well this season and qualified for Champions League play next season, but only one will lift the trophy on Saturday. Here, wetake a...
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