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  1. Dani Alves won his 36th trophy as a footballer when Paris Saint Saint-Germain defeated Monaco 7-1 to clinch the French Ligue 1 title. The Brazil international was on his 35th success after PSG’s Coupe de la Ligue triumph over Monaco last month. The evergreen 35-year-old now has won 36 trophies overtaking former Manchester United star Ryan Giggs and his compatriot Maxwell in the all-time list. Alves started his career with local side Bahiain 2001 , winning the Copa do Nordeste in his second season. After a move to Sevilla, Alves did not win anything in his first three years but in 2006, they won their first UEFA Cup, which they retained a year later, having won the UEFA Super Cup in between. Sevilla added the Copa del Rey before beating Real Madrid to win the Spanish Super Cup in 2007. The right-back defender netted in the final when Brazil defeated Argentina to lift his first international trophy as the Selecao won the Copa America. Alves spent eight years with Barcelona when he joined them in 2008 and would significantly add to his trophy haul with La Blaugrana. He won the Treble twice, as well as another Champions League medal, six La Liga titles, added four more Copa del Rey gongs and enjoyed four Spanish Super Cup triumphs. In the continental stage for the Catalans, he won the UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup three times each. The same period he won the Confederations Cup twice with Brazil. Alves won the domestic double when joined Juventus in 2016, and could have added another but for a defeat against Real Madrid in the Champions League final.
  2. Mohamed Salah’s superb finish against Manchester City has been voted the UEFA Champions League goal of the week. The 25-year-old beat his teammate Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, as well as Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), Luis Suarez (FC Barcelona) and Mario Mandzukic (Juventus) to the prize, which covers all quarter-final matches. Salah star picked up a loose ball from Ederson Moraes’ save and stylishly chipped it into the net despite the scramble from the Man City defenders, who tried to stop him from scoring. However, the 25-year-old has now scored 9 goals in 12 matches in the European competition this season, and he will lead the Reds’ attack to face his former side, Roma, at the last four stage later this month. He has also scored 30 English topflight goals this term and he is on his way to winning the EPL golden boot in his first year in the league – with the likes of Harry Kane trailing him with at least five goals on the chart. Meanwhile, the Reds will battle AS Roma in the semifinal stage of the tourney after their 5-1 aggregate win over the Premier League champions in April. They last won the title in 2005 when they came from three goals down to beat AC Milan on penalties in one of the greatest comebacks in club football. Salah joined Liverpool from AS Roma last summer in a £37.80 million in a five year deal, and barely one year into his contract at the club, Real Madrid are already on his trail. The Spanish giants are plotting a shocking move for the goal machine this summer, and they are willing to add a player in the deal to land the player. However, he has scored 40 goals in all competitions for Liverpool this season. He scored 29 goals from 65 matches in his two season reign in Italy. He won the Premier League title and the English Football League cup three seasons ago at Chelsea, and at Basel, he won the Swiss topflight title.
  3. Real Madrid welcome Athletic Bilbao to the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday, April 18, for their Spanish League fixture. Having secured maximum points at Malaga over the weekend, Los Blancos trained for their midweek encounter on Monday, and their star striker, Cristiano Ronaldo, struck a pose with some of his teammates showing his outrageous leg muscles. Zinedine Zidane’s starman showed off his shredded physique as he pulled a bizarre stern face with team-mates happy to joke around following the conclusion of Monday’s session. The match will help the Galacticos prepare for their UEFA Champions League semi-final first leg encounter next Wednesday. Meanwhile, the Portuguese international, who got his season to a slow start will be starring in these games in a bid to boost his chances of helping his side to their third straight UCL title. While they try to finish strong on the La Liga table despite trailing their arch rival, Barcelona on the log with 15 points after 32 round of games. Kiko Castilla, Toni Kroos, Borja May0ral and Raphael Varane were among the team-mates happy to join Ronaldo and his muscles in the snap, captioned simply by Varane as ‘#HalaMadrid’. Ronaldo has scored 42 goals from 42 appearances – 15 of those came from Champions League already , and he is already getting in the mood for the battle for this year’s UCL final. The Portugal international spends time working out after every game by his bulging quadriceps but muscle retention is something the 33-year-old has worked hard to build-up and sustain throughout his career. He swims at home after games, alone or with his son Cristiano Jnr, and after that comes another water treatment with hot and cold baths to stimulate muscle regeneration, a high-pressured water jet to massage muscles, and a walk-in cryotherapy chamber. He had a chamber installed in 2013 after hearing it had worked well for Bayern Munich’s Franck Ribery. The liquid nitrogen treatment reaches temperatures between -160°C and -200°C — bearable for about three minutes but with huge regenerative dividends.
  4. Cristiano Ronaldo junior has begun to emulate his father by winning awards for the best marker in his school. The Real Madrid superstar posted the picture of the seven-year-old outside of a white gate with some vehicles in the background standing by his grandma. And in the post accompanying the picture, Ronaldo congratulated his first son for the feat he achieved after beating his classmates to the award. “Cristiano was the best marker in the school! Congratulations son!.” CR7 posted on his social media handle This is not the first time the youngster will be winning individual awards at his age as the young boy was won the top goalscorer award for his youth team sometime in June, 2017. Cristiano Jr might be on his way to progress as he has also started to work hard like his father, and earlier this month, he struck the pose of his father’s iconic goal celebration. Meanwhile, his father scored the lone goal that powered his side to the semifinal of the UEFA Champions League stage despite losing 3-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday, April 11. Should they win the title this May, Ronaldo would have successfully helped Los Blancos to win four UCL titles since he arrives the club almost 10 years ago. He also has five Ballon d’Or awards to his credit while he remains Madrid’s highest goal scorer with 448 goals and has won a total of 15 titles with the club. This season, the Portugal international has scored 41 goals in 38 matches in all competitions – while his Champions League tally was taken to 15 goals after his lone goal against Juve this week. Ronaldo is Real Madrid’s top scorer with 17 goals in a single season, and he has a chance to set a new record this season when he leads the Galacticos’ attack against Bayern Munich in the semifinal of their European elite club competition later this month.
  5. Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, has stated why he substituted Cristiano Ronaldo, during Real Madrid’s 1-1 draw with Atletico Madrid. Ronaldo put his side ahead early in the second half, but was hauled off just after the hour mark. Atleti forward, Antoine Griezmann had equalized for Diego Simeone’s side before Ronaldo was substituted and the Portugal captain looked far from happy as he made his way to the bench. The substitution also shocked supporters at the Bernabeu, but Zidane insisted his star man needed a break. He said, “Cristiano is Cristiano, he has been this player all his life, scoring 50 goals a season. “It is true that there is nobody else who does that. But others can score, have done recently, and we must think about the positives. “It’s better to have Cristiano with us. It was just [to rest]. We have many games, that’s it. ‘Sometimes he needs to rest. “These days he needs that. He feels better every day, you can see it.’’ The goal against Atletico was Ronaldo’s 605th career goal and his 20th strike in ten games.
  6. Cristiano Ronaldo has been trending online following his second goal for the Real Madrid in their 3-0 Champions League quarter-final first-leg victory at Juventus – which was one of the great strikes. The 33-year-old Portuguese rising almost unnaturally high before acrobatically firing the ball into the corner of the net with an incredible bicycle kick. Seconds after the ball hit the net, the Juvetus fans followed Zidane’s lead, rising to applaud the man who has, in all likelihood, ended their interest in the Champions League for this season. This is the first time the current World best player has scored a bicycle kick goal. Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo had practised his overhead kick in training at Juventus Stadium the day before executing it in the game as seen in the pictures below. Repetitive, meticulous perfection is always the order of the day for the Portuguese, and such a stunning goal was not a matter of luck.
  7. The real why football star, Cristiano Ronaldo refuses to get a tattoo has been revealed. Where many footballers use their hard-earned cash to draw tattoos on their skin the Real Madrid forward has refrained because he regularly donates blood, it is believed. The Portugal captain, who isn’t shy in showing off his physique, has kept his body in impeccable condition over the years – which has also helped with his performances on the pitch. Ronaldo has spoken of his desire to donate blood on more than one occasion, and in 2015 he told Eurosport : “We can all make a difference by donating blood. Each donation can benefit up to three people in emergency situations and for long-term medical treatments.” “That’s why I am enthusiastic, to the importance of blood donation and to encourage people around the world to become lifelong blood donors and help save lives.” The 33-year-old also tweeted on June 13 and December 30 2017 raising awareness for donating blood. According to Give Blood, donors who get tattoos must wait four months after getting inked before doing so. And Ronaldo doesn’t just stop at blood, he’s a bone marrow donor too. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner decided to make the call after Carlos Martins’ son fell ill. “It was the time when Carlos [Martins] was with us on the national team. He told us about the problem with his son and we, the players, showed great unity to help him and his son because we knew it was a very complicated situation,” Ronaldo told radio station Cadena Cope. “[Donating bone marrow] is something a lot of people think is a difficult thing to do but it’s nothing more than drawing blood and doesn’t hurt. “I did it many years ago and if I had to do it again I would because this is a very serious disease for many children and we need to help them.”
  8. While speaking in a new Nike advert, 5-time Ballon d’Or winner, Cristiano Ronaldo, declared that there is nobody in the world with his ‘talent, dedication or work ethic’ and insists no-one can be compared with him. According to Dailymail Sports, the Real Madrid superstar believes he is No. 1 in plenty of categories as the debate over whether he or Lionel Messi is better. ‘In the beginning I was dreaming to be best player in the world,’ Ronaldo said. ‘Friends of mine, they look at me like, “what are you talking about?” I played for fun, for a joke, but in my mind I think that potential started in Manchester, that’s when I started to believe. ‘I don’t see many people with my talent, my dedication, my work, my ethic of football. No-one is going to be compared with me, no-one is going to be Cristiano Ronaldo. You’re going to be yourself, I’m going to be myself.’ Ronaldo has scored 562 goals in 753 career matches, a remarkable return, and has more than one goal a game in his time at Real Madrid. All that is missing from his trophy room is the World Cup, something which the Portgual legend will be hoping to put right in the summer.
  9. Cristiano Ronaldo says there is nobody in the world with his ‘talent, dedication or work ethic’ and insists no-one can be compared with him. The Real Madrid superstar is a five-time Ballon d’Or winner and although the debate over whether he or Lionel Messi is better will continue to rage on, Ronaldo believes he is No 1 in plenty of categories. Speaking in a new Nike advert, Ronaldo said: ‘In the beginning, I was dreaming to be the best player in the world. Cristiano Ronaldo has praised his own talent and dedication in a new Nike advert on Instagram Friends of mine, they look at me like, “what are you talking about?” I played for fun, for a joke, but in my mind, I think that potential started in Manchester, that’s when I started to believe. ‘I don’t see many people with my talent, my dedication, my work, my ethic of football. No-one is going to be compared to me, no-one is going to be Cristiano Ronaldo. You’re going to be yourself, I’m going to be myself.’ Ronaldo has scored 562 goals in 753 career matches, a remarkable return, and has more than one goal a game in his time at Real Madrid. All that is missing from his trophy room is the World Cup, something which the Portgual legend will be hoping to put right in the summer.
  10. After getting back his form this season for Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo has claimed that no one can be compared to him because of his dedication and talent. Ronaldo came through the ranks at Sporting CP before joining Manchester United in 2003, developing into one of the world’s best under Alex Ferguson. Although many insist his Barcelona rival Messi is the more naturally gifted of the pair, few doubt Ronaldo’s dedication and work ethic, two elements he believes will help ensure no one is able to be compared to him. Speaking in a new Nike advert posted on his official Instagram account, Ronaldo said: “In the beginning, I was dreaming to be the best player in the world. “Friends of mine would look at me like what are you talking about? I played for fun, for a joke, but in my mind that potential started in Manchester, that’s when I started to believe. “I don’t see many people with my talent, dedication, my work, my ethics, my football. No one is going to be compared with me; no one is going to be Cristiano Ronaldo. You’re going to be yourself, I’m going to be myself.” Ronaldo has scored 33 times in 34 outings this season including 18 in LaLiga where he has scored 14 in his last eight matches. He was superb against Paris-Saint-Germain in Real Madrid’s Champions League round of 16 tie where he scored in the two fixtures. Real Madrid will meet Juventus in the 2017/18 Champions League quarter-final and Ronaldo is expected to shine for Los Blancos
  11. Cristiano Ronaldo has set the internet agog with some new photos of himself without his shirt to promote an underwear collection. Cristiano Ronaldo has left fans lost for words after posing for a campaign shoot. The gym-loving footballer has stripped off to promote his new SS18 underwear collection. Modelling the boxers himself, Ronaldo can be seen relaxing around his home in a range of comprising positions. Turning up his s*x appeal to 100, the 33-year-old flashes his six pack and pearly whites in the shots. However, despite having abs most men would kill for, it wasn’t his torso that was demanding attention. Ronaldo’s boxers sported a rather impressive bulge. And we’re not just talking a slight impression, no the material looked like it was battling to keep his tackle in check. Chatting about the release, Ronaldo said: “Underwear is the foundation to any outfit, so it’s important to wear quality, premium styles that make you both look and feel good. “My CR7 Underwear Luxury Lifestyle campaign showcases the collection in a more intimate way than ever before.” The sporting legend added: “Since underwear is so personal, I wanted to bring a more personal element to the campaign, which shows me relaxing at home. Downtime in itself is a luxury!” David Beckham was forced to deny he needed extra padding below the belt when he stripped off for his ionic Giorgio Armani underwear campaign in 2008. Speaking about the rumours after James Corden recreated the shoot, Golden Balls said: “I’ve never, ever done a James and padded out my pants, or shoved socks down there. “I’ve never had to for any of the photoshoots I’ve done because, hopefully, I don’t need to.” Teasing fans he added: “Well, let’s just say I’ve been told I don’t need any help in that department. I think I’m pretty OK.” Source: Daily Star UK
  12. Footballer stars, Messi (Barca), and C Ronaldo are no doubt the best players over a decade or more. And they have done so well in their football careers over the years. The question here is, " Who Do You Think Can Replace These Guys If They Eventually Retired Today? " Drop Your Answers In The Comment Section Beneath.
  13. Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has won the 2017 Ballon d'Or. It is the fifth time the Portugal international has won the prize, drawing him level with his great rival Lionel Messi for the most Ballons d'Or of all time. Ronaldo scored 42 goals across all competitions during the 2016-17 season, leading Real Madrid to a La Liga and Champions League double. Watch Cristiano Ronaldo receive his 2017 Ballon d' Or trophy below!

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