Cristiano Ronaldo & Santiago Bernabeu

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 Estadio Santiago Bernabéu is an all-seater football stadium in Madrid, Spain. 5.0/5

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Cristiano Ronaldo is set to face Alaves at the Santiago Bernabéu for the first time.
Cristiano Ronaldo invited Fernando Ricksen to the Santiago Bernabeu as Guest of Honour in the last night. A CLASS ACT…
Stat: Cristiano Ronaldo has now scored 150 La Liga goals at the Santiago Bernabeu - no player has more. https…
Real Madrid legend Raul is confident there is life after Cristiano Ronaldo for the Santiago Bernabeu side.
Cristiano Ronaldo averages 1.16 goals a game at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Cristiano Ronaldo: 200 goals in 171 games for Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu 🙌
With his second strike against Valencia, Cristiano Ronaldo reached 200 goals at the Santiago Bernabéu.
The Santiago Bernabéu reacting to Cristiano Ronaldo's name called out before the Manchester City game.
Cristiano Ronaldo has now scored 201 goals at the Santiago Bernabéu.
Breakdown of Cristiano Ronaldo's 200 goals scored at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Cristiano Ronaldo's unbelievable free kick against Villarreal in at the Santiago Bernabéu. (2009/2010)
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 200 goals for Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu. More than any other player. [Opta] http…
Cristiano Ronaldo is the first player ever to score 200 goals at the Santiago Bernabéu.
Cristiano Ronaldo leaving the Santiago Bernabéu after the AS Roma match.
Cristiano Ronaldo: "It’s important to always feel the support of the fans at the Santiago Bernabeu."
Cristiano Ronaldo has failed to score from open play, away from the Santiago Bernabéu, since October.
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Angel Di Maria's last assist to Cristiano Ronaldo was against Valencia at the Santiago Bernabeu. [http…
First Real Madrid game!! I got to see Cristiano Ronaldo play tonight 😍 @ Estadio Santiago Bernabéu
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 ...
The agent of Portuguese Jorge Mendes claims that Ronaldo will not leave the Santiago Bernabeu. He said that the two-time Ballon d'Or winning Cristiano Ronaldo
The reigning European champions sealed maximum points from their group stage campaign after running out comfortable winners on Tuesday night Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale struck in the first half to help give Real Madrid a 4-0 win over Ludogorets and make it six wins out of six in Champions League Group B. The defending European champions were guaranteed top spot but recorded maximum points for the second time in their history after further goals from Alvaro Arbeloa and Alvaro Medran sealed victory. Ludogorets saw Marcelinho sent off midway through the first half and missed out on the Europa League as they struggled to contain the quality of the Spanish giants. Amid early pressure from Real, Ludogorets' slim hopes of taking anything from the Santiago Bernabeu diminished with the loss of a man and a goal in quick succession. Marcelinho – on target in the reverse fixture - handled Raphael Varane's goalbound header to earn a straight red card before Ronaldo converted the penalty to move past club legen ...
Cristiano Ronaldo to offer his Golden Shoe to the Santiago Bernabéu before the
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored in 16 consecutive La Liga matches at the Santiago Bernabeu. The last time he failed to score?…
Champions League Match preview: Liverpool aim to tame rampant Real Madrid, salvage stuttering campaign: After the 'Los Blancos' dished out a footballing masterclass at Anfield, in a 3-0 win over Liverpool, which left even the staunchest of Kopietes applaud Cristiano Ronaldo and his band of champions, the focus shifts to the Santiago Bernabeu, where the two teams clash once again, in what promises to be another dramatic fixture. Though Real Madrid remain 'the' team to beat in this season's Champions League, still they would be wary of a Liverpool side, seething with revenge, thanks to that humiliating Anfield mauling. Tuesday's fixture is a make or break tie for the Reds, considering the fact that their European dreams hang by a thread, and another defeat against Real will seriously sabotage their chances of making it to the Round of 16. Madrid enter the tie in wake of some superb domestic form, which was evident in the recent 4-0 thrashing of La Liga minnows Granada, thus giving Carlo Ancelotti's side a s ...
should Cristiano Ronaldo score atleast one goal against Liverpool fc tonight,he will break Raul's all time record of 70goals in europe' competition.go CR7 GO Madrid!!cant wait for that clashSantiago Bernabeu stadium(ESP).
Let the party continue. Reds will not have to worry about the crowd, But they will about Cristiano Ronaldo. Champions Of Europe looking for their 17th Straight vectory in UCL Real Madrid v Liverpool Tonight @ 00:45 at Santiago Bernabeu
Cristiano Ronaldo needs one goal to match the Champions League's all-time leading scorer when Real Madrid hosts Liverpool on Tuesday. At the rate the forward is sweeping in goals, Ronaldo has a good chance to match and even break Raul Gonzalez's mark of 71 goals in front of the same Santiago Bernabeu crowd that used to chant Raul's name. Madrid would qualify for the knockout rounds with a second straight win over Liverpool in Group B. Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Barcelona, Arsenal, Borussia Dortmund and FC Porto can also advance from the group phase this week, leaving two games to spare. Here are some things to know about round four of the Champions League group phase: –- RONALDO UNBOUND Ronaldo is doing his best to erase memories of Portugal's poor showing at this year's World Cup and boost his chances of winning a second consecutive Ballon d'Or. Ronaldo has scored in 12 straight appearances in all competitions for Madrid. His goal on Saturday, which sparked a 4-0 rout at Granada on Saturday, made him the ...
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 145 goals in 126 games at Santiago Bernabeu for Real Madrid. http:/…
Breaking news Spain's minister of Defence Sir [ Sergio Ramos ] has asked Portugal 's Interior Minister for foreign Attacks honourable CR7- Cristiano Ronaldo to release 856 Missiles on the Roof of Barcelona when the sides meet on 25th Oct. According to Reports in Spain. Commander in Chief supt [ Carlo Ancelotti ] has signed abill passed by the Parliament of Santiago Bernabeu headed by Madrid Army Commander Capt-[ Casillas ] who said he received acall from Inspector [ Pepe ] earlier today to inform him that the President [ Florentino Perez ] wants to declare war on Catalan as aresult each Member of Parliament has been assigned to their Respective Roles.Madrid Army Commander [ Casillas ] Assigned to prepare hundred Jets to Launch Missilies. Minister of Defence [ Sergio Ramos ] Assemble 13453 Bomb Proofs to each Madrid Army Soldiers. Minister of Foreign Attack [ CR7- Cristiano Ronaldo ] especially Assigned by Commander [ Carlo Ancelotti ] to Fly all 1000 Jets at the same time and Launch 621,865,955,933 at the ...
Manchester United are hopeful of landing Real Madrid star Marcelo in January, but have been told they have no chance of re-signing Cristiano Ronaldo after receiving a blow in the chase for Chelsea and Liverpool target Marco Reus. The Red Devils are in the market for reinforcements when the transfer window re-opens after Christmas, and one player heading Louis Van Gaal's wishlist is Brazil international. Real Madrid are looking to sign David Alaba from Bayern Munich, and are ready to part ways with Marcelo in order to fund the Austrian's move. However, boss Carlo Ancelotti has dismissed United's hopes of signing Ronaldo this summer after saying the player is committed to his contract at the Santiago Bernabeu. United are also keeping tabs on Germany international Reus but could miss out on him as well after Bayern Munich revealed they are looking to sign the winger at the end of the season. Reus is also being followed by Chelsea and Liverpool, and United have a battle on their hands if they want to secure h ...
Ronaldo '100% certain' not to rejoin Manchester United - Ancelotti The Real Madrid coach is completely confident that his talismanic forward will not rejoin his former club next summer and expects him to retire at the Santiago Bernabeau Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti is "100 per cent certain" that Cristiano Ronaldo will not rejoin Manchester United next summer and expects the Portuguese to retire at the Santiago Bernabeu. The winger has been in astonishing form for Los Blancos ever since his €94 million move in 2009 but has left the door open for a return one day, with reports suggesting that the Red Devils could try to make it happen in 2015. Ancelotti, though, believes that Ronaldo has no reason to leave Spain. He told The Sun: "Everyone can be changed and substituted but Ronaldo is now the best in the world and it [would mean] Madrid lose the Best Player, which is a huge loss. "But this won't happen - because Ronaldo will go to the end of his career at Real Madrid. I'm 100% certain he will be here ...
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Release clause for Cristiano Ronaldo at Santiago Bernabeu is £800M[ only fools] can afford this.
Simply The Best.. Cristiano Ronaldo cannot stop scoring. With his third hat-trick in four games and an assist for Karim Benzema as well, the Portuguese led Real Madrid to a 5-0 thrashing of Athletic Club at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday and moved into serious contention for a third Ballon d'Or. At this rate, it is hard to see how anyone will stop him.
Goal teams up with Huawei to provide you with all the interesting statistics Europe’s five biggest leagues have to offer in 2014-15 Real Madrid and Chelsea have the most lethal attacks in Europe, with both clubs averaging over three goals per game to occupy first and second spot in the Huawei Team Ranking. The Santiago Bernabeu side have already found the net 20 times in six La Liga outings, averaging 3,33 goals per game, with the 8-2 win over Deportivo La Coruna their most eye-catching result so far. Cristiano Ronaldo has been Madrid’s main dangerman following his 10 goals in Spain’s Top Flight. Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea average an equally impressive 3,17 goals per game, with striker Diego Costa responsible for eight of his side’s 19 strikes. La Liga leaders Barcelona complete the podium with an average of 2,83 after their comfortable 6-0 home win over Granada at the weekend. French giants Olympique de Marseille haven been a force to be reckoned with going forward as well so far this season with ...
League Matches round up: In Spain: Real Madrid 5 - 1 Elche In Germany: Bayern Munich 4 - 0 Paderborn Eintracht Frankfurt 2 - 2 Mainz 05 Hoffenheim 3 - 3 Freiburg Werder Bremen 0 - 3 Schalke 04 In Italy: Empoli 2 - 2 AC Milan Pep Guardiola's side may have been unspectacular in the opening four games of their title defence, yet Bayern never looked like losing at the Allianz Arena against Paderborn, as Gotze's double, Robert Lewandowski's half-volley and Thomas Muller's close-range finish late on secured victory and top spot in the table. Meanwhile in Spain, Cristiano Ronaldo struck four times as Real Madrid maintained their remarkable resurgence with a 5-1 victory over Elche at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday evening. Ronaldo's night had hardly begun as he would have wished - he was at fault for the 15th-minute penalty that gave Elche a shock lead through Edu Albacar. Madrid and Ronaldo in particular - rallied, with three quick goals of their own through Gareth Bale and a double from the FIFA Ballon d'Or w ...
Cristiano Ronaldo bagged four goals as Real Madrid defeated Elche 5-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday night. -
Manchester United boss, Louis Van Gaal, says it's possible to sign Cristiano Ronaldo but it's unlikely Real Madrid will sell him. Reports suggest the reigning Ballon d'Or winner is unhappy at the Santiago Bernabeu, following the departures of Angel Di Maria and Xabi Alonso and the Portuguese could force his way out the club.
Real Madrid 5-1 Basel Real Madrid opened the defence of their Champions League title with a 5-1 mauling of Basel in Group B at the Santiago Bernabeu. - Corrigan: Madrid's mood swings Nearly four months on from securing La Decima in Lisbon, the record winners showed glimpses of their brilliant best and, after an own-goal from Marek Suchy got the ball rolling, Gareth Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo and James Rodrguez all found the target in seven first-half minutes. Derlis Gonzalez grabbed one back for Basel but Karim Benzema completed the scoring with 10 minutes remaining. The inclusion of Fernandez Nacho was the only real surprise for the Spanish giants, while summer signings Toni Kroos and Rodriguez made their Champions League debuts for Real.
Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal is planning to get Angel Di Maria to convince close friend Cristiano Ronaldo to leave Real Madrid next summer, Express reports. Ronaldo has been recently linked with a move away from the Santiago Bernabeu after expressing his frustrations with the Real for the way the club allowed Di Maria to leave. The conflict has also alerted Manchester City and Chelsea, with the Blues already putting aside £60million to lure Cristiano Ronaldo to Stamford Bridge instead.
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo, right, duels for the ball with Atletico de Madrid's Juan Fran during a Spanish La Liga soccer match at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, Sunday, Sept 14 2014 . (AP) The die is being cast. The backroom bargaining may have even begun. However, the most potent hope Manchester United fans have of Cristiano Ronaldo returning to Old Trafford is the fact that Real Madrid have lost. Again. Not just any loss this, but a 2-1 loss to Atletico Madrid, which now leaves them six points behind league leaders Barcelona. Real having lost two of their opening three games of the season and all murmurs about Ronaldo not being happy about the changes at Real are getting louder. The spine of the Real team that allowed CR7 to flourish these past years is gone. Angel Di Maria? Gone. Sami Khedira? Gone. Xabi Alonso? Gone. Mesut Ozil? Gone. Ronaldo made it publicly known that he was not happy to lose some of those players, especially Di Maria. Ronaldo did score his 13th goal against A ...
Di Maria wanted a salary of €8 million per year after tax, but was only offered around €6m (over €12m in gross annual wages). That total would have made the 26-year-old the 11th best-paid player at the Santiago Bernabeu and the former Benfica player, who was key as the club claimed the Copa Del Rey and Champions League last term, believed he was worth much more that that. And it's understandable, given his value to the team and the fact that Madrid happily agreed to pay Cristiano Ronaldo €20m after tax in a new deal last September. Di Maria, surely, was worth at least half as much. Welcome to Old Trafford Angel.
Monaco have told Real Madrid they will need to pay €90 million [£70m] if they are to sign Colombia's World Cup sensation James Rodriguez. The Ligue 1 club do not want to sell the leading scorer of Brazil 2014 although they have taken heed of James's desire to join Madrid, with the 23-year-old recently stating that he would go to the Spanish capital with his eyes closed. As such Monaco have floated a price of €90m to the Champions League winners, a sum that would place the Colombia international just behind prospective team-mates Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo in the list of world-record transfer fees. Manchester United could compete with the big-spending Liga club for James's signature and, while Madrid president Florentino Perez will attempt to negotiate the price down, the numbers are considered viable for a Galactico signing within the Santiago Bernabeu.
That moment when football fans around the globe irrespective of their clubs they love but notably Real Madrid fans start branding Jose Mourinho a flop in football management because Carlo Ancelloti succeeded in delivering the Tenth Holy Grail (La Decima) for the Los Merengues where Jose Mourinho failed to in his three year quest at Santiago Bernabeu. But what many have failed to notice or must have remained ignorant of is Jose Mourinho also did a little to help Real Madrid lift the La Decima last night... 1. He stopped Pep Guardiola's Barcelona dominance. 2. He took them to three consecutive semi-finals when they always fail in the early knockout stages prior to Mourinho's appointment. 3. He made Cristiano Ronaldo better 4. He instilled that winning mentality they lacked for some few years back. **You can attest to the fact that this Dortmund and Bayern Munich team they eliminated on their route to the finals were not that strong to the ones Mourinho met during his reign...**
The dream of is on.Its just one match away at Lisbon. the defeat of Bayern in 1st leg at Santiago Bernabeu`,Karl Heinze Rummenige admits that Bayern will shows what the *** will be at Allianz Arena to Real Madrid. But RMA shows them what it be at their home ground. 2 goals from Sergio Ramos and 2 goals from the current Ballon D'or holder Cristiano Ronaldo. Thank you.
Real Madrid ROAR POWERFULLY INTO FINAL Real Madrid blew Bayern Munich away to reach the UEFA Champions League final with a 4-0 second leg victory which secured a 5-0 aggregate success. Sergio Ramos took advantage of some woeful marking to head home twice from set pieces in the opening 20 minutes before Cristiano Ronaldo put the finishing touch to a devastating counter-attack in the 34th minute in a blistering opening half from the Spanish giants. Ronaldo added a fourth with a late free-kick and the only downside for Carlo Ancelotti's side, who will face either city rivals Atletico Madrid or Chelsea and former boss Jose Mourinho in the Lisbon final next month, was the needless booking for midfielder Xabi Alonso which rules him out of the showpiece. Pep Guardiola's reigning European champions had dominated possession in the first leg at Santiago Bernabeu last week, only to leave Spain with a 1-0 deficit after Karim Benzema struck. Any hopes they had of working their way back into the tie were obliterated by ...
Cristiano Ronaldo will play at the Santiago Bernabéu today for the first time since facing Atletico on February 5. http…
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Cristiano Ronaldo's mother and son at the Santiago Bernabéu last night.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored 7 goals outside the Santiago Bernabéu in the Champions League this season.
Frack Ribery & Arjen Robben vs Cristiano Ronaldo & Gareth Bale or Angel Di Maria...its gonna be so exciting & cant wait 2 hear the first whistle.all the way frm Santiago Bernabeu via real club.lyv frm Allianz Arena(home to Munchen)!!!
From inside the Santiago Bernabeu stadium. The picture featuring the sons of Real Madrid’s star players Cristiano Ronaldo and Luka Modric hanging out in the packed stands of a match. Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. and Ivano Modric were both wearing Real Madrid jerseys in the adorable picture, while Modric’s son had a ‘Ronaldo 7′ keychain hanging off his jeans. Are we seeing the seniors making history tonight at Munchen ?
UEFA Champions League SEMI-FINAL: BATTLE OF THE GIANTS AS Real Madrid TAKES ON Bayern Munich! Real Madrid vs Bayern Munich Real Madrid will be aiming to put things right tonight as they go into battle with defending Champions Bayern Munich at the Santiago Bernabeu. These two sides are unarguably the two best teams in the world right now. They both boast of incredicble records. But while Bayern Munich has won the Bundesliga title, Real Madrid are currently 6 points adrift leaders Atletico Madrid in the La Liga. While Real Madrid has won the UCL 9 times, with the last been 2012, Bayern Munich has won it 5 times. And as most of us already know, they are the defending Champions. Cristiano Ronaldo who has missed Real's last 4 games through a hamstring injury and Gareth Bale who had flu and couldn't train on Monday are both in doubt for this clash, but both players are very certain to pass the fitness test. They are both in the squad. Carlo Ancelotti will be desperate to have them ready for the battle. The duo ...
Real Madrid eased towards a fourth consecutive Champions League semi-final as Cristiano Ronaldo equalled another goalscoring record in their 3-0 win over Borussia Dortmund at the Santiago Bernabeu, to revenge last year's defeat. And A solo strike from Javier Pastore right at time ad clinched a 3-1 victory for Paris Saint-Germain against Chelsea at the Parc Des Princes.
Cristiano Ronaldo has equalled Lionel Messi's goals record for a single Champions League season. The Real Madrid forward's strike in Wednesday night's quarter-final first-leg clash with Borussia Dortmund at the Santiago Bernabeu took his tally for the 2013-14 campaign to 14. Ronaldo is now level with Messi, who netted 14 times in 11 games during the 2011-12 tournament. Remarkably, the Portuguese has matched the Barcelona ace's tally in just eight outings this term, averaging a goal every 50.71 minutes. No player has ever scored at such a rate in Europe's premier club cup competition. Messi's average during his record-breaking 2011-12 season was a goal every 70.71 minutes, while Ruud Van Nistelrooy was even more prolific during Manchester United's run to the quarter- finals in 2003. The Dutchman netted 12 times in total, giving him an average of a goal every 57 minutes. Given Ronaldo is scoring at an even better rate, and the fact that the injury that forced him off against Dortmund at the Bernabeu does no ...
153116572 MADRID, SPAIN - SEPTEMBER 30: Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid celebrates scoring during the La Liga match between Real Madrid CF and RC Deportivo La Coruna at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on September 30, 2012 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Jasper Juinen/Getty Images) 2012 Getty Images
SOCCER-SPAIN/ Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo raises up the Spanish league first division trophy at Santiago Bernabeu stadium, after their Spain's First Division soccer match against Real Mallorca, in Madrid May 13, 2012. Real Madrid won the Spanish first division 2012 league title at San Mames stadium in Bilbao on May 2 which is the club's first La Liga title in four years. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) REUTERS
Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos both felt that the performance of referee Undiano Mallenco at the Santiago Bernabeu was evidence of a conspiracy against Los Blancos Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has advised Real Madrid's players to stop moaning about the officiating in Sunday's Clasico loss to Barcelona, claiming that they are doing nothing other than wasting their own time and energy. Despite winning and converting a penalty given for a Dani Alves foul that took place outside the area, Cristiano Ronaldo launched a scathing attack on Undiano Mallenco after the game, claiming that the referee, who awarded the Blaugrana two spot-kicks, was "not at the required level". The Portuguese also hinted at a conspiracy against Madrid, a claim that was supported by team-mate Sergio Ramos, who declared the official's decisions - which included his dismissal for a professional foul - were "pre-meditated". However, Cerezo, whose side now top the Liga table on account of their superior head-to-head record a ...
Sevilla 2-1 Real Madrid: Two Bacca strikes down Blancos Carlo Ancelotti's men fell to defeat just a few days after losing to Barcelona at home in the Clasico, and their title hopes are potentially fading Real Madrid suffered another blow in the title race, falling to consecutive defeats as Carlos Bacca's double saw them lose 2-1 to Sevilla at Wednesday. TheBlancos' controversial 4-3 defeat to arch-rivals Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday saw them overtaken by Atletico Madrid at the table's summit - subsequently reigniting the Catalans' own challenge in what is shaping up to be one of the best Spanish title races in recent years. But Ancelotti's side endured more disappointment in Andalusia on Wednesday, with a second reverse in the space of a few days. Cristiano Ronaldo's 14th-minute free kick gave them a good start and they looked rampant at one stage, with Karim Benzema in particular threatening. However, they were made to rue their misses as Carlos Bacca leveled a few moments later. The vis ...
Kcee was spotted at Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu stadium with star player, Cristiano Ronaldo. More pix after the cut
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 ...
Many of Europe's classic sides have been built upon a core trio of key players and Goal takes a trip down memory lane to recall some of those famous link-ups By Miles Chambers Real Madrid have the most expensive attacking trident on the planet this season following the €100 million signing of Gareth Bale. The Welshman has often played on the right flank, with €94m man Cristiano Ronaldo on the other, while Karim Benzema - who cost €41m in 2009 - marauds through the middle. In the short space of time that the trio have played together they have already proven that they are a deadly combination, most notably scoring two goals apiece in their 6-1 Champions League drubbing of Schalke in the opening leg of their last-16 tie. They have since earned the nickname 'BBC' among Blancos fans and pundits alike. Ahead of Madrid's second leg clash at the Santiago Bernabeu, Goal looks at 10 classic trios that have starred in the European Cup or Champions League... Di Stefano, Puskas & Gento (Real Madrid) Alfredo Di ...
Chelsea eased into the quarter-finals of the Champions League at the expense of Galatasaray on Tuesday, while Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Real Madrid completed a comprehensive win against Schalke 04. First-half goals from Samuel Eto'o and Gary Cahill gave Chelsea a 2-0 victory as they saw off their Turkish opponents 3-1 on aggregate to succeed where fellow Premier League clubs Arsenal and Manchester City failed and make it into the last eight. Meanwhile, Carlo Ancelotti's Madrid defeated Schalke 3-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu to advance 9-2 on aggregate and extend their long unbeaten run to 31 games. The build-up to the game at Stamford Bridge had been dominated by the return of Didier Drogba to the ground where he is still hailed as a hero and the Ivorian - scorer of the winning penalty when Chelsea beat Bayern Munich in a shoot-out in the 2012 final - was presented with a silver boot prior to kick-off. Chelsea's away-goal advantage from last month's meeting in Istanbul meant they had no obligation t ...
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Ronaldo banned. Real Madrid will have to do without Ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo when they welcome fifth-placed Villarreal to the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday as the Portuguese misses out through suspension. Ronaldo was sent off in his side's 1-1 draw away to Athletic Bilbao last weekend and has provisionally been banned for three La Liga games, although the suspension could be reduced as Real have announced their intention to appeal. Those two dropped points against Athletic allowed Atletico Madrid to open up a three-point lead over both Real and Barcelona at the top the table. However, Real were handed a timely confidence boost as they beat Atletico 3-0 on Wednesday in the first leg of their Copa Del Rey semifinal to exact revenge for defeat to Los Rojiblancos in last year's final. Croatian Luka Modric was once again a shining light in the Real midfield in midweek and he believes the rest of his teammates will need to step up against Villarreal to compensate for the loss of Ronaldo. "It is not ...
Cristiano Ronaldo presents his Golden Ball in Santiago Bernabeu before Real Madrid’s game against Granada.
Second-half goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema saw Real Madrid labour to a 2-0 win over Granada to go top of the standings on Saturday afternoon at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Tomorrow Cristiano Ronaldo will Present his FIFA Ballon D'Or at the Santiago Bernabeu against Granada!
Cristiano Ronaldo will be presenting his Ballon d'Or to the Santiago Bernabeu crowd tomorrow. [via http…
Cristiano Ronaldo will present the Ballon d'Or 2013 to the fans at the Santiago Bernabeu tomorrow before the game agai…
Tomorrow, Cristiano Ronaldo will present his Balon D'Or to the Santiago Bernabeu crowd.
Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon does not feel Cristiano Ronaldo will finish his career at the Santiago Bernabeu
Real Madrid defender Fabio Coentrao finally looks set to complete a loan move to Manchester United after months of speculation, reports the Telegraph . The Red Devils tried to bring in the 25 - year- old on transfer deadline day in the summer , but eventually ran out of time and the move fell through. However, Coentrao ’s agent Jorge Mendes is confident of tying up the deal in the January transfer window and the player is thought to be very keen to complete the switch. Mendes has a good relationship with the club having negotiated the moves of Anderson , Nani and Cristiano Ronaldo and also recommended talented centre - back Ezequiel Garay to them. The Portugal international has had a difficult time at the Santiago Bernabeu since a £25 m transfer from Benfica in the summer of 2011 and has barely played at all this season due to injury . Madrid have made it clear that the left- back doesn ’t feature in manager Carlo Ancelotti ’ s plans and therefore coming to England is a distinct possibility .
The Madrid-based paper has claimed that the midfielder mulled over the decision last night, and has asked his agent Inaki Ibanez to begin negotiations on a new contract. Los Blancos have attempted to tie the Spain international to a new deal for almost six months now – with his current contract set to end in June 2014. Reports on Friday suggested that the former Liverpool man had decided to leave Santiago Bernabeu. But Marca have insisted on Saturday that Alonso will now sit down with President Florentino Perez and discuss terms. Talks on a new deal won't begin until after January 6. The issues up for discussion will be the length of the contract and his wage packet. The 32-year-old will want a minimum two-year extension, with a possible optional third year related to his performances and fitness. As for the financials, a salary of around €7 million a season is likely. The sports daily has also revealed quotes attributed to Cristiano Ronaldo, telling Los Blancos to sign his team-mate Alonso as soon as ...
Public pursuits of Thiago Alcantara, Cesc Fabregas and Ander Herrera also failed, while reports frequently linked Cristiano Ronaldo with a United return until he signed a new contract at the Santiago Bernabeu. Ultimately Marouane Fellaini was the only high- profile arrival of a humiliating summer, but Moyes is adamant he still possesses the resources to acquire the world's top talent.
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.
he Argentine took home two awards from the annual LFP gala, while Diego Simeone was named as the best coach for his side's Copa Del Rey victory Lionel Messi was named ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo as the Best Player in La Liga's 2012-13 season at the annual LFP awards, but the Real Madrid forward was voted the most valuable player of the campaign. The Barcelona attacker won the award for the fifth successive year and also took home the prize for top forward, while team-mate Andres Iniesta was voted as the greatest attacking midfielder in the division for the fourth time in five seasons. Confusingly, though Ballon d'Or favourite Ronaldo missed out on the Best Player tag, he was given the MVP trophy at the fifth edition of the awards, which are held by the Primera Division's governing body. "It is an honour and a privilege to receive this award," the 28-year-old said upon receiving the award. "I have to thank my team-mates and Madrid and all the people behind this award such as my family. I will try to keep fi ...
The Russia coach believes that the attacking midfielder would have been of added value, while he has backed Cristiano Ronaldo to win the Ballon d'Or Bet = ArsenalARS £12.2 Draw £65 HullHUL £150 Coral Former Real Madrid coach Fabio Capello feels that the Santiago Bernabeu side were wrong to sell Mesut Ozil to Arsenal during the summer transfer window. Madrid opted to cash in on the Germany international on deadline day after bringing in Gareth Bale and Isco, but Capello believes they would have been better off had they held on to the 25-year-old. "I don’t know what happened with Ozil. I think that he is an extraordinary player and he was very important for Real Madrid," Capello told Onda Cero. "He’s a world-class player. They made a mistake selling him." The Russia coach then went on to discuss the Fifa Ballon d'Or and stressed that he feels Cristiano Ronaldo is the only player who really deserves it following his heroics for Portugal in the World Cup qualification play-off against Sweden. "If there ...
FROM FORREST GUMP TO THE PRINCE OF WALES "I'm learning from the best" said Gareth Bale on Saturday night as he carried the match ball out of the Santiago Bernabeu. By "best" he meant his team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo. The grounded talk of a determination to keep on improving spoke volumes for a player who, having recently broken the world transfer record aged 24, could easily have decided he had nothing left to learn. Some players join Madrid and see it as a glorious landing; for Bale it feels more like the perfect launch pad. And who better to teach him to become the world's best than Ronaldo? Bale has already stepped into the Portugese's boots adequately. In the two games played without Ronaldo, Real Madrid's top scorer, Bale buried a 35-yard free-kick and then scored a hat-trick. A header; a right foot finish; and the third Goal.coming from a move he started deep in his own half and finished having run the length of the pitch - it was all very Ronaldo-esque. There are flaws, but Bale is four years younge ...
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Gareth Bale starred with a hat-trick in Cristiano Ronaldo's absence as Real Madrid eased to a 4-0 win over Real Valladolid at Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday.
Well, we know that Cristiano Ronaldo has been scoring more than 50% of the total goals scored by Real Madrid for last some seasons. But today he will not play in the Champions League match against Galastasaray. So how many goals do you think Madrid will be able to score today without it's Commander Cristiano Ronaldo? Predict today's match's scoreline which will be played on our favorite Santiago Bernabeu.
CR7 IS THE BEST FOR 2013 You are talking to God!" Zlatan Ibrahimovic told a reporter ahead of Sweden's World Cup play-off return against Portugal on Tuesday. But after his brazen boast, Ibra was left in the shadows as Cristiano Ronaldo's Solna spectacular sent the Swedes packing - and the Portuguese to Brazil 2014. So if Ibra is God, how would we describe Ronaldo right now? Zlatan's two goals gave Sweden high hopes of qualification as the Scandinavians took a 2-1 lead and levelled the aggregate score at 2-2. But Ronaldo, who had hit the winner in Lisbon and opened the scoring in the return, added two more stunning strikes to ensure Portugal's presence in Brazil next summer. In doing so, the 28-year-old continued what has been the finest year yet of his professional career. And as Fifa decided to extend voting for the Ballon d'Or (originally closed on November 15) to the end of the month, the Portuguese is now the firm favourite to claim the prestigious prize for a second time and bring to an end Lionel Me ...
"Every time you go into Santiago Bernabeu for me is a dream realized. I can not understand the fans at the beginning, I came to this club with a thought, I will be their hero since the year before, but was not way. Me, I needed to shed more sweat to be one of their heroes, fans in England to support only one good game, and I thought this also happened in Spain however completely different. last season I began to feel support them when my name was sung at the Bernabeu, I said to myself, now I can say that I have achieved something. Madrid is the best club in the world, any club is nothing like this. " | Cristiano Ronaldo |
Thank Bale Ronaldo 's been at the Bernabeu Changing Room Mscf - mainstay Real Madrid striker , Cristiano Ronaldo , said to have accepted the existence of a new team , Gareth Bale , well at Santiago Bernabeu . A newspaper that allegedly came from the Los Blancos dressing room revealed that the Wales international winger was beginning to find comfort in his new team . Since it comes with a price reached € 100 million , Bale did not immediately set by the Real players , including Ronaldo . Previously , Bale is still difficult to be accepted by his new colleagues at the Bernabeu , considering the performance has not been up because they had a lot of time in the pre- season . In addition , the high bandrol called also affect their friendship at Real . However, the situation is slowly changing , after Bale showed his ability in 10 games with Real . Although only six times a starter , but he has contributed with four goals and five assists . Regarding the relationship is improving with Ronaldo , the analysts b ...
Blatter should show Ronaldo respect, says Arbeloa The Spain international is not impressed with the Fifa boss' remarks about the attacker and feels his Madrid team-mate deserves more appreciation By Stefan Coerts Oct 31, 2013 11:37:00 AM Real Madriddefender Alvaro Arbeloahas hit out at Fifa president Sepp Blatter in the wake of his comments about Cristiano Ronaldo. The 77-year-old joked last week at an event at Oxford Union that the Portugal international "is a commander on the field of play" and spends "more time at the hairdressers" when comparing the Madrid star to Barcelona attacker Lionel Messi, prompting the Santiago Bernabeu side to demand an apology. Blatter has since acknowledged his comments were inappropriate, but the issue seems unresolved as Ronaldo added fuel to the fire on Wednesday when he mocked the Swiss by celebrating his first goal against Sevilla by saluting like a commander. "You have to have a little more respect when you have a position like Blatter has. Everybody’s noticed the . ...
Cristiano Ronaldo banged a hat-trick & Bale brace as Real Madrid bounce back to hammer Sevilla 7-3 at Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday
Bale told to move out of Ronaldo's shadow QPR manager Redknapp was the man put in charge of grooming Bale when he signed at Totenham in 2008. Under the Englishman, Bale transformed from just a fringe presence to the world's most expensive football player. But the ex-Totenham boss is still concerned with Bale's development and feels that the Welshman is far from the finished article. He believes Bale's success in Spain would soley depend on his ability to stand up to the superstars plying their trade at the Santiago Bernabeu. Writing in his serialised autobiography in the Daily Mail, he strongly holds the view that Bale can live up to his world record €100 million fee. "His biggest test will be to step out of the shadow of Cristiano Ronaldo with confidence. That won’t be easy," the 66-year old said. "Ronaldo is a huge star at Madrid and will probably want to take nine out of 10 free-kicks - at least. Gareth will have to assert himself and that will require a strong mind. "He has to think ‘I’m an £ ...
Florentino Perez : RONALDO A 'ONCE A CENTURY' PLAYER The Real Madrid chief stressed the importance of the forward to the club, backtracked on Iker Casillas comments and shed light on Mesut Ozil's exit Real Madrid president Florentino Perez believes that Cristiano Ronaldo is a "once a century" player. The Former Manchester United forward signed a new contract to keep him tied to the Santiago Bernabeu until 2018. Perez insists Ronaldo, 28, is worth every penny but stresses the importance of having quality around him, name-checking summer signings Gareth Bale, Isco and Asier Illarramendi. "We are privileged to have Cristiano in our club," he told the Spanish TV show Jugones. "He’s one of those players that only comes along once a century and we are lucky enough to have him in our team. "But the presence of other foreign players like Bale, the best Spanish players like Isco and Illarramendi and academy players is also vital to our project." The Madrid chief also retracted comments he made about unsettled go ...
Ronaldo: Plenty of time to consider Real Madrid future Cristiano Ronaldo has again declared he wants to stay with Real Madrid. Ronaldo insists he has no plans to leave Real and is happy to continue playing in Spain. "I enjoy of course to play there [Real Madrid], I play there for four years so I want to continue there," Ronaldo told Sky Sports News. "It is not the best day to speak about my future. I am going to have time to speak about that at the beginning of pre-season." Real have previously attempted to curb the rumours about Ronaldo's future by announcing on several occasions that they intend to agree a new contract - with the player having two years left to run on his current contract. And new coach Carlo Ancelotti recently made it clear that Ronaldo is central to his plans at the Santiago Bernabeu. The Italian boss said: "My opinion is easy. Ronaldo's a fantastic, marvellous player. "It's an honour to coach a player like Ronaldo like it was to coach Zidane. "Ronaldo was not on the list of players l ...
* 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 ...
One of the most intriguing questions for Real Madrid is what’s going to happen with Cristiano Ronaldo, as Los Blancos are looking to extend his contract but the Portuguese has some demands that the team are not willing to concrete. Florentino Pérez’s main objective is to secure Ronaldo’s presence at Santiago Bernabeu for as long as possible but according to several sources, there might be some competition. As El País reports, Ronaldo’s former team Manchester United are interested to bring CR7 back to Old Trafford and they have given him a proposal that includes a €50M fee if he arrives as a free agent once his current deal is over. However, if both parties were going to establish a meeting, nothing has been confirmed as these kinds of negotiations are forbidden by FIFA. Cristiano Ronaldo has enjoyed great success playing for Real Madrid, and he has an average of over one goal per game with Los Merengues.
SUAREZ TO MADRID The Liverpool striker has once again commented on his future in the media, and says he is "disturbed" by the Anfield outfit's absence from the Champions League Liverpool forward Luis Suarez has once again heaped praise on Spanish giants Real Madrid as speculation continues to surround his future on Merseyside. The Uruguay international, currently in Brazil for the Confederations Cup, had previously claimed he would relish the chance to play alongside Cristiano Ronaldo for Los Blancos. And now the 26-year-old has begun discussing the qualities he feels he could offer Madrid, saying he would give his all for the Santiago Bernabeu outfit. “I will give my soul every time I step on the pitch,” Suarez revealed when asked by El Pais what he would bring to a team like Madrid. “I have done this with Uruguay, Ajax and Liverpool. I do not hold anything when I finish a game.” Suarez also reiterated his belief that joining Madrid would be the pinnacle of any player's career, and admits he is d ...
Real Madrid 10 Facts part 3: 21. Los Blancos were the first-ever club champions of the world when they defeated Penarol 5-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu in the inaugural Intercontinental Cup back in 1960. 22. Cristiano Ronaldo scored a club record 53 goals in all competitions in the 2010-11 campaign. 23. Madrid have qualified for 54 out of 56 UEFA club competitions. They only missed out in 1977-78 and 1996-97. 24. It was in January 1955 that the club decided to rename their stadium in honour of then president Santiago Bernabeu. 25. In 80 seasons and 2,534 La Liga matches, Madrid have a 58.2 win percentage, having claimed 1475 victories and losing 538. They have scored 5,285 goals and conceded 2,915. 26. Luis Figo infamously joined Madrid from Barcelona for €60 million in the summer of 2000. He is the 15th player to switch directly from Barca to Los Blancos. The first was Alfonso Albeniz. 27. Madrid defeated their own 'B' team Castilla 6-1 to win the 1980 Copa Del Rey. 28. During his time at Madrid, Mesut Oz ...
Madrid to offer Ronaldo €166m Real Madrid’s contract renewal package designed for Cristiano Ronaldo will reportedly cost a total of €166m. Amid continued reports of interest from other clubs looking to take advantage of the Portuguese’ alleged discontent, Florentino Perez has publicly claimed that the player wants to sign on at the Santiago Bernabeu. AS understand that a new contract is being drawn up and that it will look to hand Ronaldo the highest wage in the game. Looking to sign the 28-year-old up until June 2018, adding three years to his current contract, Madrid are reportedly prepared to offer an annual salary of €20m, after tax. That is the figure Ronaldo, who has scored 201 goals in 199 games for Madrid, has reportedly asked for and that the club are willing to put forward. The striker’s current wage is taxed at 24 per cent, under the ‘Beckham Law’, but his renewal will be billed at 52 per cent. With that increase taken into account, AS believe that the total spend for Madrid to ...
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Cristiano Ronaldo has fuelled the heavy speculation suggesting that he could move from the Santiago Bernabeu this summer by denying claims that he is about to renew his contract.
Football News: PSG defender Thiago Silva would welcome the arrival of Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney at the Ligue 1 club. New Everton boss Roberto Martinez claims there is no agreement with former employees Wigan Athletic that prevents him from raiding their ranks. Iago Aspas claims his future is in English football after spectulation linking the Celta Vigo striker with Liverpool. Mark Hughes says he intends to get the best out of struggling Charlie Adam. Alan Hutton is looking for another route out of Aston Villa and would welcome the opportunity to return to Spain. Neil Lennon claims UEFA Champions League football every year will be enough to keep him as the Celtic manager. Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is confident Cristiano Ronaldo will soon commit his long-term future to the club. The Portuguese superstar has been reluctant to discuss an extension to his current contract, sparking speculation that he could soon be on his way out of Santiago Bernabeu - with a return to Manchester Unit ...
Real Madrid-Osasuna Preview: Los Merengues eye winning end to Mourinho era The Portuguese coach will bring his three-year reign at the Santiago Bernabeu to a close on Saturday By Karthick Arvinth 31 May 2013 09:15:00 Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo could miss the home encounter against Osasuna as he continues to manage a back problem. Raphael Varane (knee) and Sami Khedira (suspension) are both sidelined, while Pepe, Xabi Alonso and Kaka are all doubts. However, goalkeeper Iker Casillas and defenders Sergio Ramos and Fabio Coentrao should be available after missing the 3-3 draw at Real Sociedad through injury. Osasuna defender Damia is suspended after picking up his 15th booking of the season in the win over Sevilla but midfielder Nano is available after serving a one-match ban. Lolo, Miguel Flano, Sisi, Anthony Annan and Nino are all out injured for the visitors, who have already secured their top-flight status for next season. DID YOU KNOW? Real Madrid are on a 10-match winning run at home in La L ...
Atletico Madrid win the Copa Del Rey! Cristiano Ronaldo scored and was sent off as Diego Simeone's side ended 14 years of hurt against their rivals and lifted the trophy at Santiago Bernabeu.
18 May 2013 00:12 Madrid see red after Copa carnage By Mark Doyle Cristiano Ronaldo was dismissed as Los Blancos lost their heads during a dramatic 2-1 final defeat by their city rivals in an epic final at the Santiago Bernabeu COMMENT By Mark Doyle Atletico Madrid had not beaten Real Madrid for 14 years before Friday night. Their belated derby success was worth the wait. The Rojiblancos not only beat their city rivals, they did so in the Copa Del Rey final. At the Santiago Bernabeu. After Madrid had completely lost their heads. As far as Atletico fans are concerned, success does not get any sweeter than this. Madrid’s frustration was understandable - to a point - given what had unfolded on the field during an enthralling 120 minutes of non-stop action in the Spanish capital. Los Blancos had opened the scoring with the type of towering header that Cristiano Ronaldo has made his trademark. However, little went right for ‘His Airness Mark II' or Madrid thereafter. Radamel Falcao - in perhaps his last me ...
Jose Mourinho’s relationship with Cristiano Ronaldo appears at breaking point as the Real Madrid coach prepares to take charge of his last four games at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Real Madrid forced Barcelona to delay their title celebrations as Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 200th Real goal in an entertaining 4-3 win over Valladolid at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday.
RM stat : Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 106 goals in 94 appearances for Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Sports agency ranking with over €500 million of assets. Portuguese football agency Gestifute has topped futebolfinance.com's list of the top agencies in the game. Gestifute, led by Fifa agent Jorge Mendes, represents, among others, Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho and striker Cristiano Ronaldo and its assets are valued at €536 million. The sports agency, founded in 1996, has been involved in several big transfers in recent years, including Ronaldo's €94m move to the Santiago Bernabeu in 2009 and Radamel Falcao's €40m transfer to Atletico Madrid last summer. In second place comes English agency Stellar Football, which represents Ashley Cole and Peter Crouch; followed by Base Soccer Agency, which provides agent services for the likes of Aaron Lennon and Jack Wilshere. Rank Agency Main assets Number of assets Valuation 1 Gestifute (Portugal) Ronaldo, Mourinho, Falcao 83 €536m 2 Stellar Football (England) Ashley Cole, Peter Crouch 209 €274m 3 Base Soccer Agency (England) Aaron Lennon, Jack Wilshere ...
The Portuguese was considered by the Catalan club and was wanted by Sandro Rosell in 2008, while the Argentine could have made a controversial switch to the capital in 2005 It may seem unthinkable now, but had things turned out differently, Cristiano Ronaldo could have been turning out in Barcelona. Cristiano has always maintained that his dream as a youngster was to play for Madrid, yet when he was asked about the possibility of moving to Barcelona in 2010, his answer left many in shock. "You can never say you won't drink from that glass; you never know what can happen in future," he said. Ronaldo signed up at the Santiago Bernabeu in 2009, joining the capital club in a world-record €94 million deal. In the two previous summers, however, Manchester United grew angry at Madrid's heavy-handed tactics in their pursuit of the Portuguese, leading manager Sir Alex Ferguson to claim: "They are a mafia - I wouldn't even sell them a virus." In 2008, Barcelona president Joan Laporta was presented with a censure ...
Yesterday there were two consecutive matches in eighth Champions League final. The hit single queue Real Madrid draw at home to Manchester United 1-1, and the meeting of two revelations of the tournament Shakhtar Donetsk draw at home to Borussia Dortmund 2-2. At the Santiago Bernabeu giants clashed: 9-fold, respectively, and 3-times European Cup winners. MU has been running for 20 minutes after a corner Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck head, which is not guarding either Sergio Ramos or sensational recently took a 20-year-old Raphael Varane (played instead of Pepe, who has only recently recovered from an injury). Diego Lopez, replacing Iker Casillas (injury), scored yesterday 18th match in the Champions League (in 2008, playing in Villarreal, in the aggregate of MU had never allowed himself to be overcome). "Royal" brought before the break to tie the paramount head of Cristiano Ronaldo, who has used a great cross from Angel Di Maria. MU manager Alex Ferguson to watch CR7, who in the league in the colors of M ...
Cristiano Ronaldo believes Real Madrid have a good chance of beating La Liga leaders Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday.
An impressive performance after the break from Real Madrid saw Jose Mourinho's men romp to a 4-0 derby victory over Getafe in La Liga at the Santiago Bernabeu, with all four goals being scored in the second half. Cristiano Ronaldo continued his scintillating form with a well-taken hat-trick that takes his tally in the league this season to 21. As Mourinho have an eye on the Copa Del Rey semi-final against Barcelona this coming Wednesday as he rested players for this game, & it was only when Sami Khedira was introduced at half-time that Los Merengues clicked. Sagio Ramos was also on the scoresheet for the home side. According to Goal.com
Cristiano Ronaldo has pleaded for Real Madrid supporters to stick together following the latest expression of dissent shown towards Jose Mourinho from the Santiago Bernabeu faithful. The coach's name was heckled when it was announced prior to the Blancos' 4-0, Copa Del Rey victory over Celta Vigo, with fans particularly unhappy with Iker Casillas' recent exclusion from the side and their poor Liga form. While Mourinho was absent at the post-match press conference, Ronaldo - who struck a hat trick in a superb individual display - called on fans to aid the team's pursuit of trophies by displaying their support in a positive manner. "We must stand united and weneed the fans to support us, there is still a lot to win," he told reporters. The Portugal international's man-of-the-match display was saluted by Sergio Ramos after the game, though the evening ended on a more sour note for the defender after he was sent off. "Ronaldo is very motivated, and I can see he is happy," the Spain defender said. "He deserves ...
Ronaldo raps Real Madrid fans: Mourinho is the boss and will STAY Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho coppedpelters from home fans during last night's Copa victory over Celta Vigo. El Confidencial says whenever Mourinho made an appearance from the dugout, he was jeered and whistled by the Santiago Bernabeu crowd. Some applause would also break out, but that was soon drowned by the boos. Real fans also made Mourinho aware of their stand over his battle with Iker Casillas, chanting the goalkeeper's namebefore and during the Copa clash. Cristiano Ronaldo was again the star of the show and afterwards made clear his support for Mourinho. "The coach is going to stay. We still havemuch to win this season. He's the boss and I hope the fans will understand and encourage our coach. Enough. People already know what I think about the coach and that's it. Now we should all be supported."
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Top transfer news and rumours Real Madrid are planning to bring in Tottenham Hotspur winger Gareth Bale during the summer, but he will cost a whopping £60million according to Spurs chairman Daniel Levy. Los Blancos are already preparing a deal which may include cash plus player offer to sign Bale at the end of the season. Real left-back Fabio Coentrao has been a target for Andre Villas-Boas and could move to White Hart Lane in a swap deal. Real want to seal the transfer in advance to avoid a repeat of the delayed summer move of Luka Modric. Modric, 27, made a £33million transfer move to Madrid from Spurs in August but has struggled to find a place in the staring XI. However, the Croatia international has urged his former team-mate to join him at the Santiago Bernabeu. Bale, 23, could also replace superstar Cristiano Ronaldo who is yet to sign a contract extension with Real. Real feel an offer of around £45 million will be enough to tempt Spurs but chairman Levy wouldn't budge on the £60m price tag for ...
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi was crowned the world's Best Player for the fourth year in a row as he pipped team-mate Andres Iniesta and past winner and Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo to the Ballon d'Or.
Marcelo back in training at Real Madrid The Selecao full-back has rejoined his team in preparation for the Copa Del Rey clash against Celta Vigo having had a spell on the sidelines since October last year By Chris Kvesa Jan 7, 2013 5:15:00 PM Real Madrid left-back Marcelo has resumed training after being made unavailable for almost three months because of a broken foot. The Brazilian had fractured his fifth metatarsal bone in his right foot while on international duty with Brazil in October 2012, having appeared six times in the league for Los Blancos so far this season. He is now ready to rejoin his side in preparation for the second leg against Celta Vigo on January 9 at Santiago Bernabeu, with Jose Mourinho's men trailing 2-1 from the clash in the Balaidos Stadium after Cristiano Ronaldo gave the visitors a lifeline. Mourinho has decided to miss the Ballon d'Or awards as he is up for Coach of the Year award on Monday to concentrate on Wednesday's encounter. The Liga title holders currently sit third in ...
Real Madrid took advantage of quick goals plus an early sending off to beat 10-man Barcelona 2-1 Wednesday to win the Spanish Super Cup on away goals after the two-legged tie ended 4-4. Gonzalo Higuain and Cristiano Ronaldo put Madrid in control with goals inside 23 minutes at the Santiago Bernabeu to take advantage of Barcelona's poor start. Adriano was red carded for tripping up Ronaldo as he was set to race clear on goalkeeper Victor Valdes in the 28th to further thwart the visitors' hopes and put Madrid on course for a first home win over its biggest rival since 2008. But Lionel Messi curled home an exquisite free kick before halftime of another thrilling match between the Spanish giants with the league champions hanging on to beat the cup holders for the title. Alex Song and Luka Modric both debuted for their clubs, with Madrid's first victory of the season in all competitions helping it recover from its worst start for nearly 40 years and edging it ahead of Barcelona 88-87 in all-time wins between t ...
Real Madrid held at home by Espanyol Spanish champions Real Madrid were held to a 2-2 draw at home by struggling Espanyol in La Liga action today. Espanyol took a shock lead to stun the Santiago Bernabeu stadium when a quick counter attack saw Sergio Garcia beat the two Madrid defenders for pace and put them ball past keeper Casillas for a 0-1 lead. Madrid were level (1-1) on the stroke of half-time when Cristiano Ronaldo tucked the ball into the goal to leave all to play for both sides at the break. Two minutes into the second half Madrid were ahead when Fabio Coentrao scored (2-1) from a Ronaldo assist, however in the 88th minute Espanyol got a deserved equaliser when substitute Albin scored (2-2) for Espanyol following a mixup in the Madrid box during a corner kick. Champions Madrid could now be 13 points behind Barcelona who play second place Athletico Madrid in the late match.
Man Utd reportedly have the first option on Cristiano Ronaldo, should the Santiago Bernabeu club decide to sell their most valuable asset.
Real Madrid 2-0 Atletico Madrid: History remains the same as Ronaldo sinks Atletico Goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Mesut Ozil saw Real Madrid win the Madrid derby over rivals Atletico Madrid at Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday night. Atletico Madrid travelled across town to the Bernabeu in search of a first derby win in over 13 years but a scrappy game saw Real Madrid take all three points. Cristiano Ronaldo has been out of form recently but it was the Portuguese international who broke the deadlock to send the home fans into raptures following a sublime free-kick. The game continued following Ronaldo’s impressive strike but if truth be told it was relatively poor stuff as too many fouls saw the game stopped and started too often. Radamel Falcao was struggling to get himself into the game and his luck didn’t change after the interval as Real Madrid continued to be on top. Mesut Ozil and Ronaldo were linking well and the former finished off a lovely move to put the game out of reach for Diego Simeone’ ...
Real Madrid Till i Die:BD fans wrote: Cristiano Ronaldo just need to score 1 goal tonight to reach his 90th goal at the Santiago Bernabeu. Will he score tonight??
La Gazetta dello Sport: "Cristiano Ronaldo is asking for €18m-a-year to renew his contract at the Santiago Bernabeu..." 1/2
Top 10 highest earning FOOTBALLERS in the World. The Kenyan DAILY POST Sports 03:00 Friday, October 11, 2012 - They say money can’t buy you happiness but if you said this to a Manchester United diehard who watched Sergio Aguero score an extra time goal against QPR which handed them the first Premier League title in 44 years, he’ll probably think you are crazy or to be cynical, an Arsenal fan. Even the ecstatic kids who were hugging their unbelieving dads knew money was the reason as he joined City in a £ 38m move from Spanish side Athletico Madrid. And after Real Madrid super star Cristiano Ronaldo returned to his celebratory mood and penned a new deal at the Santiago Bernabeu, here is the list of top ten highest paid footballers in the world. 1. Samuel Eto’o. €20m The former Barcelona and Inter Milan striker who plies his trade with mega rich Russian side Anzi Makhachakala is the highest paid footballer in the world pocketing €20m a year. 2. Cristiano Ronaldo. €15m The former Manchester Unit ...
Ex-Real Madrid star Guti feels Cristiano Ronaldo probably just needs to feel a little bit of love at Santiago Bernabeu...
Real Madrid skipper Casillas BLANKED Ronaldo winner The relationship between Real Madrid captain Iker Casillas and Cristiano Ronaldo has again come into question after victory over Manchester City. Ronaldo's late, late Champions League winner sent the Santiago Bernabeu wild with fans, teammates and coach Jose Mourinho celebrating crazily. However, Casillas did not flinch, with TVE revealing footage last night of the goalkeeper not celebrating, or even making any gesture at all, as the stadium erupted. My take Real Madrid is sitting on a keg of gun powder.expect an eruption very soon..
Goal.com shared the following link and had this to say about it: FEATURE: Jose Mourinho must sort Real Madrid out instead of getting bogged down with Manchester City mind games. Los Blancos were well below their best this weekend and were defeated 1-0 at Sevilla. But back at the the Santiago Bernabeu, will we see the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo star once more against the Blues tomorrow?
Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo, who recently claimed he was unhappy at Santiago Bernabeu, will never join his former club Manchester United’s fierce rivals Manchester City till Sir Alex Ferguson is the boss at Old Trafford.
Manchester City are reportedly already preparing a €200 million offer to Real Madrid for Portuguese forward, Cristiano Ronaldo next summer, amidst reports that the player is unhappy and has requested a transfer from the Santiago Bernabeu.
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Cristiano Ronaldo at the Santiago Bernabeu in all competitions: 72 Appearances - 84 goals
- In the 2011-12 La Liga season, Cristiano Ronaldo scored 23 goals at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Hats off in honor of Cristiano Ronaldo for having filled the Santiago Bernabeu in just a presentation.
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
Cristiano Ronaldo in Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Madrid, Spain on at Thanks to UEFAfacts
On this day 3 years ago, the handsome Cristiano Ronaldo made the move from Old Trafford to the Santiago Bernabeu. my nig
Cristiano Ronaldo was presented to the Santiago Bernabeu three years ago today!
THREE years ago today, Cristiano Ronaldo was presented to a packed Santiago Bernabeu stadium for the FIRST time.
10 Richest Athletes In The World, Ronaldo, Beckham Make The List Wednesday, 20 June 2012 19:53 E-mail | Print | David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo both feature in the list of the top ten highest earners in the world of sport compiled by Forbes The former England captain pipped the Real Madrid star to eighth place, earning $9 million (€7.1m) at LA Galaxy with $37m (€29.1m) coming in from various endorsements in 2011. Ronaldo’s salary dwarfed Beckham’s, with the Portuguese raking in $20.5m (€16.1m) for his services at the Santiago Bernabeu last year. He made less from endorsements, however, having earned $22m (€17.3m) for his ‘extra curricular’ activities. The wing duo, who both wore the No. 7 shirt for Manchester United, brought in a massive $88.5m (€69.6m) together but that total is only slightly more than the figure boxer Floyd Mayweather recieved for just two fights on his own. Mayweather, who is currently serving time in prison, earned a whopping $85m (€67m) from his fights alone, ...
Cristiano Ronaldo goals scored at Santiago Bernabeu all competitions - 72 Appearances - 84 Goals.
Cristiano Ronaldo goals scored 'AWAY' from Santiago Bernabeu all competitions - 72 Appearances - 62 Goals. [
‘I’m better than Messi,’ says Ronaldo - Madrid and Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo (pictured on May 13, 2012 at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid) insisted he was “better than Messi” in an interview with American news channel CNN on Friday, before appearing to retract his claim.CR is so stupid?
Lionel Messi has won the European Golden Shoe award as the continent's top scorer. 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. Messi failed to find the net on Saturday, as Barcelona drew 2-2 with Real Betis in Pep Guardiola's final league game in charge of the Catalans. But he could not be caught by Ronaldo, who netted just the one as Real Madrid beat Malaga 4-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu. Robin van Persie ended the term on 30 goals, but failed to find the net as Arsenal beat West Brom 3-2 at the Hawthorns to confirm the Gunners place in the Champions League next season. The Bundesliga came to a close last weekend, where Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Mario Gomez finished on 29 and 26 goals respectively. In fifth place, Zlatan Ibrahimovic became the first person to win the capocannoniere (Serie A's top scorer award) with two different clubs as he ended his campaign with 28 goals for Milan, de ...
Cristiano Ronaldo - Real Madrid Ronaldo failed to win the Pichichi trophy this season as he fell four goals short of Barcelona forward Lionel Messi’s tally of 50, but he created history on Sunday when he found the target for Real Madrid against Real Mallorca in their 4-1 win. His opener at the Santiago Bernabeu meant that the Portuguese became the first player to score against all 19 rivals in La Liga in the same season.
Cristiano Ronaldo made his debut in La Liga on 29 August 2009 in the 3-2 victory at the Santiago Bernabeu over Deportivo.
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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 ...
some1 call 911 address is Estadio Santiago Bernabéu for Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaka, Sergio Ramos, Mourinho and Real Madrid Fans immediately before they start crying :D
The presentation of Cristiano Ronaldo at Santiago Bernabeu as a new Real Madrid C.F. player on 06/07/2009.
Relief at the Santiago bernabeu, it's than man, Cristiano Ronaldo!!
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