Cristiano Ronaldo & Camp Nou

Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro, OIH, (born 5 February 1985), commonly known as Cristiano Ronaldo, is a Portuguese footballer who plays as a winger or striker for Spanish La Liga club Real Madrid and is the captain of the Portuguese national team. Camp Nou (New Field) is a football stadium in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain which has been the home of FC Barcelona since 1957. 5.0/5

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Cristiano Ronaldo has now scored more El Clasico goals at the Camp Nou (11) than Leo Messi (10).
3 things that are certain in life:. 1. Death. 2. Taxes. 3. Cristiano Ronaldo silencing the Camp Nou.
Cristiano Ronaldo's goal live from the Camp Nou. [
Cristiano Ronaldo holds his shirt up to the Camp Nou after scoring against Barcelona. 7️⃣
🎥 Cristiano Ronaldo's golazo against Barcelona at the Camp Nou from the stands 🔥 (via
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored or assisted in each of his last 9 El Clasico's at the Camp Nou.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 5 goals against Barcelona at the Camp Nou in
Cristiano Ronaldo is out warming up on the Camp Nou turf... 🔥
Cristiano Ronaldo & Real Madrid get set at the Camp Nou. 💪
When you score to make it 1-0 in Clasico vs when Cristiano Ronaldo makes it 2-1 in the 85th and Calma's the Camp Nou
Since 2009, Cristiano Ronaldo has scored more Clasico goals than Messi at the Camp Nou!
MARCA | "We choked", Cristiano Ronaldo muttered to Karim Benzema on the way to the dressing room at the Camp Nou.
Iker Casillas reacting after Cristiano Ronaldo's goal at Camp Nou:
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 9 goals at Camp Nou - tied with Paco Gento for the most for a Real Madrid player.
Cristiano Ronaldo amazing Goal in camp Nou and what a celebration to shut the haters
It all started at the Camp Nou, where Cristiano Ronaldo will be playing tomorrow.
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Cristiano Ronaldo has scored eight goals against Barcelona at the Camp Nou.
LFP to investigate Camp Nou chants directed at Cristiano Ronaldo -
Lionel Messi is worth €87 million more than Cristiano Ronaldo , according to research within the International Centre for Sports Studies (CIES) in Switzerland. The 27-year-old attacker has won four Ballons d'Or in his career so far and skippered Argentina to the World Cup final last year, winning the Golden Ball award for being the Best Player in the process. Like Ronaldo with Real Madrid, Messi has a contract with Barcelona until June 2018, although reports have been circulating in recent weeks that he might swap Camp Nou for Chelsea due to discontent in Catalunya. But Chelsea will know Messi will not be cheap: the Football Observatory, a research group within CIES, suggest Messi currently has a valuation of €220m. Ronaldo is next in the list, valued at €133m, while world- record signing Gareth Bale sits in 10th with an estimated net worth of €60m to the Santiago Bernabeu club. Chelsea have three players in the top 10: Eden Hazard is rated at €99m in third spot just ahead of fourth-placed Diego ...
Ronaldo playing for Barcelona absurd - Cruyff The iconic Dutchman does not believe rumours the Madrid man could move to Camp Nou and thinks Lionel Messi's problem at Camp Nou is an internal issue Stefan Coerts Nov 25, 2014 09:40:00 Barcelonalegend Johan Cruyff has laughed off suggestions the Catalans could try to sign Real Madridstar Cristiano Ronaldoat some stage in the future. A number of reports have claimed the Portugal international could be on his way to the Camp Nou side after ex-president Joan Laporta met with his agent Jorge Mendes earlier this month. Laporta is expected to contest the next Barca presidential election and it had been suggested he met with Mendes to discuss a potential move for Ronaldo if he were to be elected club president again. Nevertheless, Cruyff - a close ally of Laporta - has stressed that Ronaldo will never wear the Barcelona jersey. "It is an absurdity to think Cristiano Ronaldo could play for Barcelona," the Dutchman toldCadena Cope. Cruyff then went on to discuss the s ...
10 years of Messi: The moments which made the superstar Lionel Messi celebrates 10 years since making his Liga debut for Barcelona today, and what a ride it has been. He has defined an era, along with his arch rival Cristiano Ronaldo, and become one of the greatest sporting icons of all time, winning six Liga titles, two Copa Del Reys and three Champions Leagues. [THE GREATEST QUOTES ABOUT Lionel Messi] As he celebrates a decade in the game, here are the 10 moments which made Messi the superstar he is today. The legend begins: Everything started on October 16, 2004 in a league match against Espanyol, when a player aged just 17 years, three months and 22 days entered the field of play as a substitute for Deco. Messi was wearing the No. 30 shirt with his future No. 10 jersey still being occupied by the great Ronaldinho. That first goal: It took seven and a half months for Messi to score his first goal for Barcelona and it came against Albacete at Camp Nou on May 1, 2005. Ronaldinho scooped a pass over the t ...
Uefa Champions League: CLASH OF THE TITANS IN LISBON AS TWO MADRID TEAMS CLASH IN FINAL! Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Yes! This is the day we've all been waiting for. The attention of the entire footballing world will be firmly focused on one place tonight - The Estadio da Luz in Portugal where Real Madrid will be going into the Mother of all battles with city rivals Atletico Madrid to determine who rule Europe. The Atleti will be riding a on wave of momentum, having just clinched their first La Liga title since 1996 in grand style, right inside the packed Camp Nou in front of over 95,000 vociferous crowd, but they'll be taking on a team obsessed with winning the Champions League for the first time since 2002. Los Blancos hold the edge in the season series, beating the Atleti twice and losing just once before their final meeting ended in a tie, back in March. Cristiano Ronaldo who has been troubled with a hamstring for a couple of weeks is said to be fit for this clash. But Pepe and Karim Benzema are in ...
•With his two goals against Betis, Leo Messi (25) is now tied with Diego Costa in the battle for top goalscorer in La Liga and is only three goals behind Cristiano Ronaldo. •Messi has now scored 24 gols in 2014 and has scored 12 in the last 7 matches. •Barça have now scored at the Camp Nou in 48 consecutive games. The last time Barça failed to score was against Sevilla in the 2011/12 season. •Xavi and Alexis both hit the crossbar. In the season up to now, Barça have hit the woodwork 25 times. •With the two penalties in their favour, Barça have now had 5 penalties given in their last 4 League matches. •Neymar provoked a penalty in the Bernabéu, another in Cornellà, and yet another against Betis. •Barça have scored 92 goals this season and are still the team to have scored most goals in La Liga. •Sergio Busquets took part in 108 moves, recovered the ball 16 times, and was the most active Barça player on the pitch. •Barça made 647 passes, including 540 successful ones, and 83,5% of ...
I was wrong about Cristiano Ronaldo. I believed that Ronaldo is a brilliant player, who does his fair share of play acting, but that's fine because lots of players do that. I thought CR7 had a passion for football, an acceptable mentality, and a vision for fair play. I had respect for him and I called him the second best after Messi and one of the best ever. He proved me wrong. He proved in his last press talk that he is a hypocrite loser who is too butthurt to accept defeat and talks about Barca's penalties whereas his own penalty was the worst decision of the three. Last year, referee Undanio Mallenco was responsible for officiating an El Clasico at the Camp Nou in the second leg of a Copa Del Rey tie. In that match, February 26, 2013, which I call the darkest day in football, Real Madrid seemed to have the referee to them. This same guy, Mallenco. He ignored clear fouls on Pedro, Messi, Fabregas, and also the referee himself came in front of Pedro and blocked him off from a pure goalscoring opportunity ...
By Ben Hayward | Spanish Football Writer TheClasicois back. Real Madrid and Barcelona battle it out once again in the famous fixture on Sunday, this time with La Liga at stake and, as usual, their hopes rest respectively upon the shoulders of the world's two finest footballers: Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Cristiano and Leo meet for the 21st time in aClasicoclash since the Portuguese moved to Madrid from Manchester United in 2009 for what promises to be another intriguing installment of the pair's compelling conflict. But which of the two has peformed better in their meetings over the past five seasons? There was little joy for Ronaldo in his first campaign in Spain. The Portuguese returned from injury to face Barcelona at Camp Nou in La Liga, but Manuel Pellegrini's side lost out to a Zlatan Ibrahimovic volley in a tight encounter and Messi netted the opener in the Primera Division clash at the Santiago Bernabeu later in the season as Pep Guardiola's side won 2-0. The teams' next meeting was much ...
2013's Big Events !! | Real Madrid | - February 2013 | Raphael Varane becomes the first defender to score in 2 consecutive Clasicos at the age of 19 - March 2013 | an inspired Real Madrid beat Barcelona 3-1 at the Camp Nou & 2-1 at the Bernabeu within 7 days - July 2013 | promising Spanish talent Isco Alarcon joins Real Madrid for €27m - September 2013 | dreams come true as Gareth Bale finally signs for Real Madrid - September 2013 | farewell, Mesut Ozil - September 2013 | Madrid celebrates as Cristiano Ronaldo renews with RM until 2018 - December 2013 | Cristiano Ronaldo proves he is the best by becoming the first to score 9 goals in the CL group stage - December 2013 | Jese shows his class as Real Madrid end the calendar year victorious For more Amazing Statistics join Lolz who am I kidding ? ツ
Brazil legend Ronaldo has backed Barcelona forward Lionel Messi to win the Ballon d'Or for a fifth straight year. The Argentine has slipped to third-favourite to win the Fifa accolade with the bookies, behind Real Madrid attacker Cristiano Ronaldo and Bayern Munich's Franck Ribery. But the former Camp Nou and Santiago Bernabeu striker suggested Messi can take home the award once again and tipped the Argentine to come back strong from his current injury, which has seen him sidelined for the remainder of 2013. "I think Messi will win the Ballon d'Or again," Ronaldo is quoted as saying by Marca. "Messi has spent the last five years playing so many matches and he is the biggest star in world football. Now, this injury isn't serious, but maybe resting will allow him to recharge his batteries." Ronaldo won the Ballon d'Or twice in his career - for his performances in 1997 and in 2002.
Papers hit out at referee Two days after Barcelona beat Real Madrid 2-1 in the first clasico of the season at the Camp Nou, controversy continued to surround the performance of the match officials. Madrid felt they should have had a penalty with the score at 1-0 to Barcelona, and both coach Carlo Ancelotti and players including Sergio Ramos aired grievances immediately after the final whistle. The official Madrid club site highlighted the challenge in question, by Javier Mascherano on Cristiano Ronaldo inside the area. Much of Sunday’s media coverage took its cue from the club’s complaints, and criticism of experienced official Alberto Undiano Mallenco continued on Monday -- with AS reporting that an “indignant” Ronaldo had continued his complaints when talking to Barca players including captain Carles Puyol in the tunnel. 'Keep calm, this Madrid will work,' says Marca's front page Other Marca urged readers to keep calm, saying: 'This Madrid will work.' Lip-readers for Spanish TV station Cuatro sa ...
Andres Iniesta has revealed he will sign a new contract with Barcelona in the near future after helping his side to a 2-1 win over Real Madrid on Saturday. The midfielder was influential as the Blaugrana ensured Gerardo Martino's first Clasico ended in victory, thanks to Neymar's first half strike and a stunning second half chip from Alexis Sanchez. Speculation prior to the game had suggested Iniesta could follow goalkeeper Victor Valdes out of Camp Nou at the end of the campaign, with his current deal set to expire in 2015, but the 29-year-old has no interest in a departure. He told reporters after the game: “I’m very happy here, and I want to stay. I’ll renew my contract soon.” Recent clashes between Madrid and Barca have been dominated by the influence of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. But with Neymar and Gareth Bale making their first Clasico bows, the stage was set for two new stars to make their mark on arguably the biggest game in club football. In the end, while Bale was withdrawn on ...
New faces add fresh twist to 'Clasico' With the world's biggest stars and two richest clubs on show, it is no surprise that when Barcelona and Real Madrid meet the world stops to take notice. In recent years though the fixture has become less of a treat with 17 meetings between the two in the past three seasons alone. However, on the brink of their first clash this season on Saturday there is an excitement and freshness brought by the addition of new cast members to the drama that El Clasico almost never fails to deliver. The protagonists remain the same. Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have dominated this fixture as they have practically all others since the Portuguese joined the four-time World Player of the Year in Spain four years ago. Should Messi find the net at the Camp Nou on Saturday he would surpass Madrid legend and honourary president Alfredo Di Stefano as the all-time leading scorer in meetings between the two. Ronaldo, meanwhile, is soon catching up with Messi having scored seven times in ...
Who Is Better: Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi? This weekend sees the return of one of football's oldest battles, as Real Madrid take on Barcelona in the latest instalment of the "El Clasico' rivalry from the Camp Nou. With just three points separating the sides after nine games of the new season, the tie threatens to be as competitive as ever and could well be decided by the individual brilliance of one of the stars on show. As stars go, they dont come much bigger than Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi who, between them, have won the last five iterations of the FIFA Ballon d'Or or World Player of the Year prize. However, in the modern world that is obsessed by ratings and numbers, the argument inevitably returns to "which is better" of the duo—Messi or Ronaldo? Let's take a look at their respective cases. Basic Info NAME Cristiano Ronaldo Lionel Messi Age 28 26 Nationality Portuguese Argentina Club Real Madrid Barcelona Last season (appearances/goals) 34/34 32/46 International record 107/43 83/37 Ot ...
Television viewers tuning in to Saturday night’s Clasico between Barcelona and Real Madrid will be left in the dark for the first 15 minutes of the game because of British broadcasting regulations. Sky Sports Two will start screening their live coverage of the 5pm kick-off Camp Nou clash at 5.15pm, after five minutes of build-up. It’s because of a long-standing regulation in the UK that football cannot be screened live on television between 2.45pm and 5.15pm on a Saturday afternoon. The rule was introduced when live television coverage of matches became commonplace as authorities were concerned televised 3pm kick-offs would have a detrimental effect on attendances. Despite the game being played in Spain, the rules cannot be broken. The match, one of the most anticipated in world football, features what is quite possibly the most expensively assembled cast in football history. Real Madrid will field the two most expensive signings ever in £86million Gareth Bale and £80million Cristiano Ronaldo. Barce ...
Transfer Zone Cerezo: Villa the perfect replacement for Falcao The Atletico Madrid chief has little doubt the newly signed Spain international has what it takes to succeed at the club to make the fans forget about the Colombian striker 2:22 PM Mkhitaryan completes €27.5m Dortmund move The Bundesliga giants have confirmed the signing of the Armenia international on a four-year deal 1:30 PM Striking the balance: What next for Barcelona after David Villa? The Camp Nou club are unlikely to sign another forward despite cutting their losses on the Spain international, who cost €40 million three years ago 1:06 PM 'Nowhere better than Manchester United' - Rio Ferdinand warns Rooney against exit The Red Devils defender says Cristiano Ronaldo's transfer to Real Madrid is the perfect example to illustrate that Old Trafford remains the place to be to win trophies 10:22 AM Salgaocar's Balwant Singh and Presley Mascarenhas join Churchill Brothers The former Salgaocar FC striker will add firepower to the I-League ch ...
* LOTS OF PAPER TALK SPANISH. FRENCH. GERMAN ITLALIAN.* MARCA: Carlo Ancelotti will have a tough start to life at Real Madrid with many decisions to be made, including Kaka's and Gonzalo Higuain's futures and convincing Cristiano Ronaldo and Xabi Alonso to renew their contracts at the Santiago Bernabeu. SPORT:Victor Valdes could yet leave Barcelona thisd summer with Roma said to be prepared to make their interest concrete, but the Italian club are also considering Valencia's number Diego Alves as a good option if the Catalan stays at Camp Nou. El Mundo Deportivo: Atletico de Madrid and Malaga are both weighing up bids to prise Bojan Krkic away from Barcelona as the striker is surplus to requirements at Camp Nou after loan spells at Roma and AC Milan. . L'EQUIPE: Lyon full-back Fabian Monzon is a target for Catania. . L'EQUIPE: PSG winger Jérémy Ménez could be set for a move to either Monaco or Roma. L'EQUIPE: PSG are set to spend big again this summer with Lille full-back Lucas Digne a €15 million ta ...
♫ News About Crisitnao Ronaldo ♫ Cristiano Ronaldo continues to break records with the Whites. If in the last season he carved a good record in La Liga with Real Madrid and, in this season-his fourth season with the Whites, he started the same way. With his goal yesterday at Camp Nou, the Portuguese footballer has become the only player in the history of Real Madrid are capable of scoring in four chance to visit the stadium to Barcelona: 2011 Spanish Super Cup, Copa Del Rey second leg, weeks-35 La Liga season ago, and the Spanish Super Cup 2012. -Nabil-
Other Top 5 Transfer News Today :- 1) Olympique Lyonnais look set to lose attacking midfielder Clement Grenier as Arsenal are said to be working on a deal to bring the 22-year-old to the Emirates. 2) Big-spending Ligue 1 club Monaco are set to make an €100 million (£85m) bid for Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, who is yet to sign anew deal at the Bernabeu. 3) Manchester United have shown strong interest Barcelona midfielder Thiago Alcantara and are ready to pay €17 million for the Spain internationalwho is becoming frustrated with a lack of playing time at Camp Nou. 4) Jose Mourinho has ended Chelsea's pursuit of Bayer Leverkusen´s Andre Schurrle, calling off a planned €20m move for the Germany international in favour of brining Kevin De Bruyne back from a loan spell in the Bundesliga. 5) Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas' head could be turned by a staggering four-year contract offer from Paris Saint-Germain worth nearly €12 million (£10m) a year.
On this day in 2012: Özil got an amazing assist to Cristiano Ronaldo who scored the winner vs Barcelona at Camp Nou.
On this day in 2012, Cristiano Ronaldo scored the winner goal vs Barcelona at Camp Nou.
»Man United vs Real Madrid: Can 'Hulk' Ronaldo shake up Old Trafford like R9? A certain Ronaldo, nicknamed R9, haunted Manchester United the last time Real Madrid played at Old Trafford. Can Cristiano, also known as CR7, emulate the iconic Brazilian's feat? Cristiano Ronaldo’s form in 2013 has gone up a new level. The Portuguese winger is widely considered as the most complete player in world football due to his ability to score with the head and both feet,from open play and set-pieces. During the last five days, his excellence has helped Real Madrid to down Barcelona’s momentum. In the Copa Del Rey semis on February 26, Cristiano Ronaldo hit a brace,taking his tally to eight goals in his last six matches at the Camp Nou. This inspired Los Blancos to a 3-1 victory against their bitter rivals. C.Ronaldo was not finished on Saturday. He came off the bench to make more shots on goal (6) than the entire Barcelona team (5) in the last 33 minutes of El Clasico in La Liga. He revived Real Madrid’s play, t ...
The game's best rivalry By: Prince Wayne For many, El Clasico will be a referendum on which player is better, Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi. BARCELONA -- When Barcelona hosts Real Madrid at the Camp Nou on Monday there will be 98,000 frenzied fans in the massive stadium and millions more watching around the globe. But basically, you can divide those who watch the game into two camps: The football fanatics, who are fascinated by the head-on clash oftwo legendary clubs with contrasting styles of play, and the football rubberneckers, who will stop what they're doing to see whether Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo emerges victorious from the wreckage. Even though football is a team sport, many fans and pundits will use this match -- Spain's Clasico -- as a straightforward referendum to determine who is the superior player. It's easy to understand why: Messi and Ronaldo, each of whom scored a hat trick last weekend, are racking up goals as if it were as simple and necessary as breathing. In Messi versus R ...
Cristiano Ronaldo: “We are playing well at the Camp Nou in recent visits. Playing against Barcelona gives us extra motivation.”
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored everytime he has stepped on the field at Camp Nou
I didn't get to watch yesterday's él clássico. . .I was occupied walking on the runways the entire time. Well, I watched the replay on TV later on...and here are some interest facts and things I learned about the él clásicco yesterday_ 1. The gap between the invincible Pep Guardiola's created FC Barcelona and Jose Mourinho's rejuvenateted Real Madrid is completely closed. 2. Cristiano Ronaldo now finds goalscoring against FC Barcelona easy. 3. The fear that grips Real Madrid players against their Catalonian rivals has completely disappeared. Players confidence are even between both teams now. 4. Kepler Lima Pepe of Real Madrid is a catalystic *** raiser in él clássico games. He seems to loathe FC Barcelona with every drop of his blood. 5. FC Barcelona are more susceptible to Real Madrid at the Camp Nou than at the Bernabeu. 6. Never predict any él classico game until after 90 minutes. 7. FC Barcelona are expected to win the next él clássico at the Bernabeu this weekend. Sir Alex note this please ...
Full details of the match Barcelona 1 vs 3 Real Madrid - Played … - I'm Martin Macdonald, thank you for joining us on Goal.com for the Clasico! See you next time! … - A terrific brace from Cristiano Ronaldo as well as a header from Raphael Varane see Jose Mourinho's men defeat Tito Vilanova's outfit 3-1 at Camp Nou. The Portuguese has outshone the disappointing Lionel Messi in the individual stakes as has helped his side on their way to the Spanish Cup final. Los Blancos deserve their victory! Sevilla or Atletico await in the Copa Del Rey final! … - Full time! Real Madrid are through to the Copa Del Rey final! 90′ - Barca look to make the result more respectable as they probe for another goal. It wont make any difference to the result if they do, though. 89′ - Assist - Andrés Iniesta Luján (Barcelona) 89′ - Goal - Jordi Alba (Barcelona) GOAL FOR BARCELONA! The hosts earn a consolation! Iniesta chips a glorious pass over the top of the Madrid defence and Alba is on hand to cushion a lef ...
MATCH REPORT FOR BARCELONA VS Real Madrid 26/02/2013 Barcelona 1 Real Madrid 3 Real Madrid crushed bitter rivals Barcelona on their own turf in the Camp Nou to reach the Copa Del Rey final. Cristiano Ronaldo was the inspiration with two goals and defender Raphael Varane scored his second of the tie before Jordi Alba netted for Barcelona. Madrid go on to face either Sevilla or Atletico Madrid in the final, with their city rivals taking a 2-1 aggregate lead into tonight’s second leg. Lionel Messi sent an early shot across the face of goal but it was Ronaldo who fired the first meaningful salvo when he won and converted a 13th-minute penalty. The Portugal star was chopped down by Gerard Pique, who was booked, and Ronaldo fired the spot-kick low into the net as Pinto went the wrong way. Barca’s mood was not helped when Cesc Fabregas was almost immediately denied a penalty at the other end, though there appeared to be no contact from either Alvaro Arbeloa or Angel Di Maria. Ronaldo sent a 20-yard effort bo ...
all English The expectation before the classic was on the verge of breaking the record for Messi Alfredo Di Stéfano and become the top scorer of the duels between Barcelona and Real Madrid. The other star of the duel, Cristiano Ronaldo, stayed away from the spotlight. However, the moment of truth, hath shined was the Portuguese playmaker. With two goals, CR7 commanded by merengue triumph 3-1 over the rival in full Camp Nou, ensuring the presence of his team in the final of the Copa Del Rey Varane, another highlight of the game to nullify Messi completed the scoring, while Jordi Alba decreased.
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La Liga Team of the Week: David Villa joins Cristiano Ronaldo in this week's XI The Spain striker equalised for Barcelona as the Catalans beat Sevilla 2-1 at Camp Nou, while the Portuguese came off the bench to inspire a Real Madrid comeback at Deportivo There is little change at the top following the 25th round of Liga action, as both Barcelona and Real Madrid came from behind to beat Sevilla and Deportivo La Coruna, respectively, while Atletico maintained their... ~SportsMan
Cristiano is on a yellow alert. Cristiano Ronaldo is giving cause for concern. He will prove fundamental in taking on Barcelona, but he has already picked up two yellow cards, leaving him one card away from suspension. If the ref delves into his pocket and takes down Ronaldo's number on Wednesday, Real Madrid will lose its biggest asset for the second leg at the Camp Nou. ! wa8a3na fel fa5 ^_^
1. Cristiano Ronaldo (center) – He led Real Madrid to their first title in four years and he did it in style, scoring some spectacular goals. He finished the season with 46 goals and 12 assists, but you can’t use just numbers to describe the influence he had on Los Blancos. He was the heart and soul of the title-winning side and out-performed Messi in the key game between the two sides at the Camp Nou in April.
143221062 BARCELONA, SPAIN - APRIL 21: Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid CF (R) duels for the ball with Dani Alves of FC Barcelona during the La Liga match between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid at Camp Nou on April 21, 2012 in Barcelona, Spain. Real Madrid CF won 1-2. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images) 2012 Getty Images — me Adam Barakat Dili
Great start to the 2012-13 season: Ninth Spanish Super Cup Real Madrid, in the Santiago Bernabéu full to bursting overcame the 3-2 defeat in the Camp Nou and won the lifted the trophy as champions. Higuaín and Cristiano Ronaldo, both scored in a dream first part for the Whites José Mourinho won the only Spanish title that he was missing having already won the Copa Del Rey (2010-11) and the league (2011-12).
Funny thing is that Benfica are dominating at Camp Nou ! Can benfica get a good result ?
Messi in no rush to sign new Barcelona deal , The Argentine says he has no concerns over his deal at Camp Nou, while revealing he does not aim to compete with Cristiano Ronaldo .
The Brazilian has long been linked with a move to Camp Nou, but Peixe recently moved to quash speculation that a deal was already in place with the Catalan giants. But the 20-year-old has once again fuelled speculation that Tito Vilanova's side would be his preferred choice if and when he decides to leave South American football. "To play alongside Messi would be a dream. Even just training with him would make me very happy," he is reported as saying by Marca. The coveted youngster believes that while Cristiano Ronaldo and Andres Iniesta are great players, no one is more deserving of the Ballon d'Or than the Argentine. "For me, there are three players who are better than the rest: Iniesta, Ronaldo and Messi," he added. "But, the best is Messi. There is nobody who can do the things he does." And Neymar was also quick to acknowledge recent declarations from Messi, who branded his felllow Ballon d'Or nominee an "excellent footballer". "Can you imagine the best in your profession giving you praise? It made me ...
The Argentine netted his 76th goal of 2012 during the trip to Mallorca on Sunday, breaking Pele's personal record for the most goals scored in one calendar year, putting him in second place behind Bayern Munich legend Gerd Muller, who notched 85 goals in 1972. And Iniesta has no doubts over who is the greatest player in the game, but also believes that Messi's biggest rival for the prestigious trophy, Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, should be saluted. "Leo is the number one. After that, people vote for whoever they see fit," the 28-year-old was quoted as saying by AS. "Not just for his goals, but for his overall play. He has a huge impact on the team, he is unique and decisive, and that's why he beats all the records. "What makes the people of Barcelona happy is that there is still a lot to come. "Cristiano is one of the big contenders for this award, and all individual prizes." Iniesta went on to say that the reason for his success at Camp Nou is the faith the club show in the youth academy. "Every c ...
Hulk: Messi deserves to retain Ballon d'Or The Brazil international believes the Barcelona attacker is the strong favourite to win the prestigious award following his goalscoring exploits over the past year By Charlie Scott Nov 10, 2012 9:45:00 AM Hulk, Zenit Zenit St. Petersburg's recent signingHulkhas spoken openly of how, if he were given the chance, he would vote forLionel Messito win the 2012 Ballon d'Or. The forward made a lucrative switch to the Russian side earlier in the season following an impressive spell at Porto, with his displays meriting him a place on the FIFA/FIFPro World XI shortlist. In an interview withFifa.com, the 26-year-old claimed that he would pick himself to play in such a team, while also giving his opinion that Messi should pick up the Ballon d'Or for the fourth time in a row. "In my mind the Best Player around today is [Lionel] Messi," said Hulk. "Cristiano Ronaldo is a match-winner too and scores a lot of goals, and when you talk about the Best Player in the world it’s bet ...
European Soccer-Statistics wrote: Cristiano Ronaldo is the only player to score in 5 consecutive clasico's at Camp Nou.
Yeah, I saw ... with the calm of Cristiano Ronaldo again at Camp Nou.
Lionel Messi said the standard of quality in matches between Barcelona and Real Madrid improves every time they play. The Argentine and opposing superstar Cristiano Ronaldo each scored braces in Sunday's 2-2 draw at Camp Nou and the 25-year-old Barcelona forward thinks the increasing regularity of their encounters only serves to improve both sides. "We (have) played so often that we know (each other) by heart," Messi told Fox Sports Radio del Plata. "It becomes more and more difficult for the two teams, that is why the matches are better. "It was a nice game against Real Madrid, mostly for people who went to see. It was complicated like all derbies, they could have won and then we could." The Argentina international also denied being given his nation's captaincy burdened him, and urged his side to stay focused in their World Cup qualifying campaign after an encouraging start. "Being the captain did not change anything in the way I have to treat me my colleagues. It's not a heavy burden. Meanwhile we are f ...
Ronaldo's hair stylists reveal the meaning behind his new look. Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo surprised everyone at the Camp Nou on Sunday with a new look. It was a haircut that showed off a shaven V. When he scored the first goal he made the victory sign and pointed to his head. There's a story behind this new image. The Portuguese placed his hair care in the capable hands of brothers José and Miguel Siero Leal. Cristiano Ronaldo called them on Saturday looking for a new style, something different and groundbreaking. And they said: "He told us, as he had on many other occasions that he was looking for something different. We know him well and we had the idea of shaving a symbol that represents both peace and the calm a warrior experiences after battle. He agreed". Making it look good was easy. José and Miguel told MARCA: "He isn't at all fussy. There's a personality behind every haircut. And he needs a strong image. It suits him. He's very ambitious and a perfectionist. We hit on what he was ...
At the Camp Nou, Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 160th and 161st competitive goals in a Real Madrid shirt. [Marca]
3 - Cristiano Ronaldo is the Real Madrid top scorer against Barcelona at Camp Nou in league since 98/99. Icon
Mourinho admitted that while he "wants his player to win" the classico, both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are "from another planet" after they stole the show at Camp Nou.
Barcelona's Lionel Messi and Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo were the stars of the El Clasico as they both scored two goals apiece in a 2-2 draw at the Camp Nou.
This are the of messi concerning today match barca agaist madrid. Lionel Messi has granted an interview to a Barcelona-based media outfit, in which he spoke about Real Madrid’s duo of Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo, his team mate David Villa and the current Barcelona coach, Tito Vilanova. “He’s [Mourinho] a good coach who does his job. So is Cristiano Ronaldo, [who is] a great player,” Messi told todo-barcelona.net. “Villa is also a great guy that nobody can be wrong about.” The 25-year-old forward also praised Vilanova for continuing with the methods Pep Guardiola employed at the Camp Nou, before he departed in the summer. “[With Tito], you will see the sameBarcelona from past seasons,” he added. “Our style of play will not change because Tito thinks like Pep in this regard. There is no change. “Pep left a mark on the history of football. He gave me the bonus of playing in different positions on the field and that’s something he did with the team. “He changed and reinforced t ...
Puyol: "Ronaldo? How great is him". Barcelona defender Carles Puyol expressed his happiness by the letter that sent to him from Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo to check on him after the injury that he suffered in the match against Benfica in the Uefa Champions League. And he said: "Cristiano Ronaldo? How great is him, he sent me a message wishing me a speedy recovery". It is worth mentioning that Puyol will miss the Clasico on the next Sunday in the seventh week of the Spanish La Liga at the Camp Nou stadium due to injury.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored two hat tricks in the past two games, they say good things come in 3's so l look forward to the 3 ...
Cristiano Ronaldo: "Camp Nou is a difficult ground, but we are in a good shape and with a lot of confidence"
2 hat-tricks in 2 games for Cristiano Ronaldo.as Real Madrid thump Ajax 4-1. Looks like his 'sad' days are behind him!!! Can he repeat the magic at the Camp Nou??
Cristiano Ronaldo: 154 Games Played, 158 Goals scored. 2 hat tricks over the last 2 games. I've got a feeling the Camp Nou (FC Barcelona) will have to calm down on Sunday
Cristiano Ronaldo: "We know it will be a tough game at the Camp Nou. We have to stay focused and play well" ...
Cristiano Ronaldo hit a hat-trick as Real Madrid kept on the trail of leaders Barcelona with a 5-1 rout of Deportivo La Coruna on Sunday.
Cristiano Ronaldo is the first Real Madrid player to score on FOUR consecutive visits to Camp Nou
Everybody gets sad sometimes. At the moment it's Cristiano Ronaldo in the spotlight following revelations of his unhappiness at Real Madrid, but at the end of last April it was Lionel Messi who was suffering, and not the Portuguese. Messi's world was a far from happy place as the 2011-12 season drew to a close. In the space of just over a week, Barcelona had lost La Liga with defeat at home to Real Madrid, crashed out of the Champions League after failing to overcome Chelsea at Camp Nou and then, perhaps worst of all, Pep Guardiola announced his impending departure from the Catalan club.
Cristiano won the La Liga last season, win Supercopa this season, take Portugal to the semis almost single handedly, became the joint top scorer of Euro.. Scored the winning goal of the La Liga and Supercopa, and most importantly shutted those Barca *** at Camp Nou and also in Bernabeu.. Became the first player in history to score in 4 consecutive clasicos at away.. Scored in 5 clasicor in a row.. Also help Real Madrid to reach the semi finals of UCL last year.. Scored 60 goals last season (Many will say that Messi scored more than that, but those were valueless as they did not helped Barca to get anything).. Record a historical 118 goals with Higuain & Benzema.. So, for me Cristiano Ronaldo was Best, Is Best and always Will be.. No matter you get the award or not.. We, the "CR7 FANS" believe in you... for us u are the bestest of all.. No award does'nt matter at all... ♥ Cristiano Ronaldo, True LEGEND.. ♥ Viva Cristiano... Go For Glory... You Are Simply The Best...
Barcelona are meeting Real Madrid for the 220th time in all competitions, with the Catalan giants tallying 86 wins to Madrid's 87. The Blaugrana have lost just once in their last eight meetings with Real in all competitions (W4, D3, L1). Barca have won the last three editions of the Supercopa with victories over Madrid (2011), Sevilla (2010) and Athletic Bilbao (2009), respectively. Lionel Messi (pictured right) has scored 13 goals in 19 Clasico encounters across all competitions. Only Cesar Rodriguez has scored more for Barcelona against Madrid (14). Real Madrid have lost just once under Jose Mourinho in their last four trips to Camp Nou (W1 D2 L1). Mourinho's overall record in El Clasico matches reads W2 D4 L5. Eight of the last 10 red cards in Clasico encounters have been handed to Madrid players. Cristiano Ronaldo has scored six goals in 16 previous meetings with Barca, including his time at Manchester United.
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Cristiano Ronaldo has scored in 4 of the last 5 El Clasico’s and scored in each last 3 at Camp Nou, while Messi hasn't scored in 4 of them.
Cristiano Ronaldo scores game winning goal off the great pass from Mesut Ozil and Real Madrid beats Barcelona 1-2 in El Clasico. The 42nd and La Liga leading...
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Cristiano Ronaldo's winning goal against Barcelona on 21 April 2012 at the Camp Nou.
Cristiano Ronaldo's goal against Barcelona at camp nou !
N silenced that Camp Nou mob.RT Cristiano Ronaldo: "We won the most difficult league championship in the world".
Cristiano Ronaldo silence Camp Nou on 21 April,2012. That was what Raul did on 14 octobor on 1999. ♥
Following Barcelona’s 6:2 victory over Real at Santiago Bernabeu, Messi achieved the unthinkable and received standing ovation from the home fans, having scored two goals to help his side record a memorable win. Cristiano Ronaldo would have nothing against getting the same treatment at Camp Nou, but Real will first have to beat Barca for that to happen.onek purono katha - taao besh vaalo
LeBron really ruined last night for me by not doing the Cristiano Ronaldo at the Camp Nou "calm down" celebration. Would've been perfect
Cristiano Ronaldo's celebration against Barca at Camp Nou this year has to be the greatest celebration of all time!
RAFI, Bangladesh, on Goal.com: Ronaldo scored in his last three visits to Camp Nou and most importantly scored the winner in a Clasico which practically gave Real the league title. Messi couldn't score in his last few clasicos. No more comparisons, these two spoke on the pitch and Ronaldo's voice wa...
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a superb winner for Real Madrid as they won 2-1 at the Camp Nou against Barcelona
Cristiano Ronaldo is the first Portuguese player in Real Madrid's history to score a goal in Camp Nou in La Liga. [
Calm down, Calm down, I'm here, Cristiano Ronaldo is in the Camp Nou.
Cristiano Ronaldo, Raul repeat what he did at Camp Nou
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This Is Wrong!.RT Cristiano Ronaldo becomes the 4th player in Liga history to score in 3 consecutives at Camp Nou
Cristiano Ronaldo shocks Barcelona as Real Madrid close on title Real Madrid's Mesut Ozil, left, congratulates Cristiano Ronaldo on his winning goal at Barcelona in el Clásico. Photograph: Alberto Estevez/EPA Sid Lowe at the Camp Nou The Observer, Sat 21 Apr 2012 21.38 BST Their hope lasted two minutes and nineteen seconds. Just when Barcelona thought there was a chance they might rescue the La Liga title, just as this stadium erupted into noise, just as the faith that had deserted them flooded back, Cristiano Ronaldo tore it all out of their hands again. Alexis Sánchez had given Barcelona a goal and a lifeline with an equaliser midway through the second half, levelling the scores after Sami Khedira had put Madrid ahead in the first half. But 139 seconds later Ronaldo brilliantly stepped around Víctor Valdés to make the return of the title from the Camp Nou to the Bernabéu all but certain. Pep Guardiola had insisted before this latest clásico that the equation was simple: lose or draw and Real Madri ...
Barcelona's hopes of a fourth sucessive Primera Division title were dealt a potentially fatal blow after a 2-1 defeat at Camp Nou against Real Madrid in the Clasico on Saturday. A poor piece of handling from Victor Valdes allowed Sami Khedira to score the only goal of the first-half just after a quarter of an hour. Jose Mourinho's men defended dilligently thereafter, but Alexis Sanchez restored parity by scoring a scrappy effort in the 70th minute within moments of coming on as a substitute. However, Cristiano Ronaldo put Los Blancos' back in front three minutes later with a record-breaking 109th team goal in the league, and Madrid held on for a priceless victory, which opens up a seven point lead over their great rivals at the top of the table with only four games remaining. With Sanchez benched after battling against an injury picked up against Chelsea midweek, youngster Cristian Tello was preferred to Pedro in attack. Xavi started his 32nd career Classico game, breaking the all-time record, but there w ...
Real Madrid beat Barcelona 2-1 thanks to goals from Sami Khedira and Cristiano Ronaldo. Their first win at Camp Nou since 2007/08.
Only 1 hour more to go for the biggest footballing game in the world!!! The pitch is ready!! The fans are ready!! Coaches all ready!! Players all in!!! 400 millions viewers worldwide!! Titles at stake!! Bragging rights at stake!! Its mes que un game!! Its Pep Guardiola Vs Jose Mourinho!! Its Lionel Messi vs Cristiano Ronaldo!! Its Spain vs Catalunya!! Its more than a pride!!! Its F.C Barcelona vs Real Madrid @ Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain!!! Today shall be the beginning of the end Of the season!!! This game holds it all!!! Vamos Barca !! Visca el'barca!!!
Ahead of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo locking horns at the Camp Nou, FIFA.com looks at some of the duo's most impressive statistics.  
•Cristiano, prove to Messi who is the best LA battle for the THRONE of football world is SERVIDA EN EL CAMP NOU in the classic which takes place this Saturday at the Camp Nou is at stake much more than the National Championship League, the scorer of the championship or the Golden Boot; There is something more than the battle between Real Madrid and Barcelona for the title and for supremacy in world football. At stake will be the another classic of Cristiano Ronaldo against Messi in the eyes of the world. Portuguese striker Real Madrid before it has chance to prove that he is the best. And, of course, sure that he doesn't want to miss. The match against FC Barcelona is a 'top' Party at a time 'top'. A victory on Catalan ground would be for Real Madrid caress the League title, and that's the most important thing: the three points. However, surely the madridismo also would enjoy seeing how these three points fly of the Camp Nou road to the Bernabeu with a recital of CR7 similar to which gave just week and ...
Two of Europe’s greatest club sides will meet on Saturday evening when Real Madrid travel to Camp Nou to face Barcelona. With two top sides on show, inevitably, there are a number of interesting subplots and perhaps none is more interesting than the contest between, arguably, the best two players in the world – Lionel Messi of Barcelona and Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid.
Real Madrid are now sure that they will visit the Camp Nou next week with a 4 points cushion, after beating Sporting Gijon at home, by 3-1. Gonzalo Higuaín, Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema were the usual suspects to score for the Merengues, and were therefore crucial in helping the team to turn ...
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