Cristiano Ronaldo & European Golden Shoe
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. The European Golden Shoe, formerly known as the European Golden Boot, is an association football award presented each season to the leading goalscorer in league matches from the top division of every European national league. /5
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Cristiano Ronaldo is chasing his fifth European Golden Shoe award
Cristiano Ronaldo has won the European Golden Shoe on four occasions. That's a record, with Lionel Messi his nearest rival with three wins
Cristiano Ronaldo is chasing a fifth European Golden Shoe after adding to his tally with the winner in El Clasico at the weekend
Cristiano Ronaldo chasing a fifth European Golden Shoe but who's his competition?
Cristiano Ronaldo still top of European Golden Shoe standings ahead of weekend fixtures posted
There is a new leader in the European Golden Shoe race, while Cristiano Ronaldo dropped out of the top three.
As the Premier League's top scorer with 31 goals Suarez also shared the European Golden Shoe with Cristiano Ronaldo.
Cristiano Ronaldo is arguable one of the best players the world has ever seen. Even though the jury might be out on whether he is better than greats like Pele, Maradona and Messi , Cristiano has shown time and again that he has the skills and determination to counted amongst the best in the world. He has quite a few records to his name. Cristiano Ronaldo – Man on a Mission! 1. When Cristiano Ronaldo moved from Manchester United to Real Madrid for 80 million pounds, he became the most expensive player in history. He held on to that title till 2013 when Real Madrid broke that record to buy Gareth Bale 2. Cristiano Ronaldo was the first player in England to win all major PFA and FWA awards. 3. He is the only footballer to have won the European Golden Shoe in two different leagues: English Premier League and Spanish La Liga. 4. He was the Premier League’s first ever FIFA World Player of the Year (now merged with the Ballon d’Or to become the FIFA Ballon d’Or) when he won it in 2008. 5. He is currently ...
As the 2014 Goal 50 draws ever closer, we review some of the big award winners from around the globe over the last 12 months We are now less than two weeks away from the announcement of the 2014 Goal 50, where we will reward the best individual performers of the 2013-14 season. Reigning champion Lionel Messi will be hoping to claim a fourth Goal 50 award, but will face serious competition from the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Arjen Robben, Thomas Muller and Luis Suarez amongst many others. Ronaldo was the winner of the Ballon d’Or last year, while his goalscoring exploits also saw him win the Pichichi Trophy and the European Golden Shoe in what was another prolific year for the Portuguese. Messi may have been outdone when it came to those honours but the Argentina star did outscore his nemesis at the World Cup, finding the net four times to lead his country to the final. Bayern Munich attackers Muller and Mario Gotze, meanwhile, not only played key roles at the World Cup, but also won the domestic double ...
Another award for as he shares European Golden Shoe with Cristiano Ronaldo
Luis Suarez will share the ESM European Golden Shoe with Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo after they both hit 31...
Luis Suarez will share this season's European Golden Shoe award, given to the best goalscorer in European domestic leagues, with Cristiano Ronaldo after the...
Congratulations to Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez, who will share the European Golden Shoe with 31 league goals each!
For the third time in history, the European Golden Shoe has two winners--Luis Suarez and Cristiano Ronaldo shared with 31 goals each.
Cristiano Ronaldo appears to have a serious challenge for the European Golden Shoe this season from Luis Suarez, despite the Liverpool striker missing the first five games of the season. Lionel Messi would have been the favourite after winning the last two awards; however his injury likely rules the Barcelona striker out of the race. The European Golden Shoe heavily favours players from the top five leagues according to UEFA club coefficients. UEFA weights leagues differently, giving what are seen as the tougher leagues according to UEFA Coefficients the highest weighting (at 2.0 points per goal), followed by a weighting of 1.5 points for the next 16 leagues after the top five. The current top five leagues are La Liga, the Premier League, the Bundesliga, Serie A and Portugal’s Primeira Liga – with Ligue 1 in sixth. Looking at these six leagues alongside the Eredivisie, in terms of raw goal numbers Ronaldo leads the race, with Luis Suarez second and Alfred Finnbogason in third. However, the latter drop ...
“Operation Suarez Unachievable” Cristiano Ronaldo was hoping to surpass Luis Suarez today in the battle for the European Golden Shoe, but in an unexpected turn of events, the Portuguese skipper pull out of the match due to discomfort related to the muscular problem that has kept him on the sideline lately during early warm-up exercises. That being said, as it stands, Suarez and Ronaldo are the joint top scorers in Europe with 31 goals each accumulated from their respective domestic leagues. The tie in goals between the Uruguayan and the Portuguese means European Sports Media, the organization which awards the Golden Boot will have to decide either to allow the two players to share the award, or elect one person as the winner due to superior goal per game ratio or fewer minutes played. With this in mind, I will bring up the two players statistics to see who will be elected as the Golden Boot winner if the institution decides to use the criteria reference in the last sentence. Goal Per Game Ratio Perspe ...
UPDATE: Liverpool attacker Luis Suarez continues to lead the race for the European Golden Shoe with a one-goal lead over second-placed Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, but Lionel Messi’s fine form for Barcelona in recent weeks has seen last year’s winner storm into the top three. Suarez proved unable to find the net in Liverpool’s 2-1 win over West Ham United, while Ronaldo sat out Madrid’s victory over Real Sociedad. Meanwhile, Messi added two goals to his tally as Barcelona thumped Betis 3-1 at the weekend and has now closed the gap with Suarez to four, level with Atletico Madrid’s Diego Costa. Patrice Evra has backed Manchester United to surprise holders Bayern Munich and progress to the UEFA Champions League semi-finals. United and Bayern won their respective domestic leagues last season, though the fortunes of the two European giants have contrasted vastly this term. Tottenham Hotspur's rapidly unravelling season took another twist today with first team coach Tim Sherwood set to be repla ...
Diego Costa took advantage of Cristiano Ronaldo & Suarez's continued silence up front into contention in the European Golden Shoe
Cristiano Ronaldo opened his museum in Funchal. There are more than fifty objects in the exhibition, including representations of some of the honours he has achieved on a club level, individual trophies such as the Ballon d’Or, the FIFA World Player award which he won in 2008, the European Golden Shoe from the 2007/08 season. The museum will be open for fans on the 17th of December.
Cristiano Ronaldo leads the European Golden Shoe ranking list of 2013/14 season.
GOOD MORNING FOOTBALL FANS!! How was the weekend's football for you? Did your team flop again? Has their bubble burst? Or are they slowly creeping up behind everyone completely off the radar? Coming up later we have a particularly difficult question, we suspect there may be cheating involved :-) But first... Here are today's headlines... AS Roma were held to a draw at Torino last night to end their 100% start to the season. The Romans are still well clear of their nearest rivals Napoli at the top of Serie A. Sven Goran Eriksson has claimed in his book that he had signed a deal to become Manchester United manager when Sir Alex Ferguson was due to step down in 2002, only for Fergie to change his mind. Cristiano Ronaldo is closing in on top spot in the European Golden Shoe rankings following his fine performances for Real Madrid in the past seven days. The Portugal international netted a hat-trick in his side's 7-3 win over Sevilla in midweek before adding two more goals to his tally in the 3-2 victory again ...
Cristiano Ronaldo's Biography On May 2011, Ronaldo became the highest goalscorer in a season in the history of Real Madrid with 51 goals. In 2008, Ronaldo won the Champions League with United, was named best forward and player of the tournament and was the competition's top goalscorer as well as winning the European Golden Shoe. 03/04 – Manchester United - Winner of the Cup of England 04 - European Vice-Champion in Euro 2004 Started playing football at his home town in “Quinta do Falcão in Santo António (Madeira island)”. At the age of six, he began playing more seriously in a club in Madeira, the CF Andorinha (where his father was responsible for the equipment). Still in his “little school” he started getting noticed by the two biggest clubs of Madeira: Marítimo and Nacional. Of these two potentials, the Nacional was the best fit, and in 1996 he entered the “schools” of the Nacional CD. In 1997, at the age of eleven, he changed the National by Sporting Club of Portugal. He went trough al ...
The Argentine superstar scored an incredible 50 league goals over the campaign, and finished the season four goals clear of nearest rival Cristiano Ronaldo in La Liga.
Lionel Messi returned to goal-scoring form on Sunday, grabbing a brace in Barcelona's 7-0 win against Rayo Vallecano to go level with Cristiano Ronaldo on 43 league goals this season as the duo looks set for a straight battle to claim the European Golden Shoe. The Portuguese superstar also got on the scoresheet at the weekend when he bagged the opening goal in Real Madrid's 3-0 win over Sevilla at the Santiago Bernabeu. Trailing 30 points behind Ronaldo and Messi is Robin van Persie, who neared the magical 30-goal mark after he scored the equaliser in Arsenal's 1-1 draw away to Stoke on Saturday. Meanwhile in the Bundesliga, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar registered two in Schalke's 4-0 home win against Hertha Berlin to move a goal clear of domestic rival Mario Gomez, who scored just once in Bayern Munich's 2-0 triumph over Stuttgart. Wayne Rooney has the opportunity to leapfrog the pair of them when his Manchester United side take on local rivals Manchester City on Monday. In Serie A, Zlatan Ibrahimovic continued h ...
Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo tied in the race to win European Golden Shoe
Cristiano Ronaldo pulls clear of Messi in race for European Golden Shoe -
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