The Portugal star paid tribute to his team mates and pledged to proceed with his productive record in the wake of being honored the Golden shoe award on Wednesday
Cristiano Ronaldo says he blossoms with working towards individual honors at Real Madrid in the wake of grabbing his most recent prize on Wednesday.
The ruling Ballon d’or holder has effectively indented 22 goals and seven helps in all competitions so far this season, serving to flame Madrid to the highest point of La Liga and the following round of the Champions League.
On Wednesday, Ronaldo was given the Golden Boot prize in the wake of completing as joint-top scorer in Europe alongside Luis Suarez last season, and the 29-year-old has pledged to convey the products for the European champions for quite a while to come yet.
“I didn’t anticipate that such a variety of individuals will be here,” he said in the wake of being exhibited with the prize he has won twice before in his career.
“I like individual honors and I buckle down towards them. For me, this is similar to my first Golden Boot. It is an unique day. I need to impart it to the individuals that have underpinned me since the first day I came to Real Madrid.
“I guarantee to continue trying my hardest with goals, supports and matches. I have numerous years left at Real Madrid and I will keep attempting to give my best. This is extremely extraordinary for me. I am exceptionally cheerful.”
Liverpool director Brendan Rodgers accepts Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo is as of now the best player in the world.
The Champions League holders are situated to have the Reds on Tuesday night knowing a win would take them into the knockout stages of European football’s premier club competition.
What’s more Rodgers is mindful of the risk Ronaldo will posture, however he is not belittling whatever remains of Los Blancos’ players.
“Ronaldo is, at this minute in time, the best striker in the world,” he told correspondents.
“He is the impetus of that team and how about we trust he doesn’t score an excess of all the more tomorrow.”
The Anfield outfit fly out to the Spanish capital having won simply once in their last four outings yet with their Champions League trusts in their grasp.
Basel’s defeat to Ludogorets on matchday three has left both teams level on points with Rodgers’ side, yet despite the fact that wins in their final two matches would likely see the Merseyside team through to the last 16, the previous Swansea City supervisor has not discounted guaranteeing a triumph at the Santiago Bernabeu.
“It’s a wonderful enclosure – one of the notable grounds in the world. When you come up against the best rivals then that is the test.
“We see it as an open door. We’re not advancing here hoping to lose and afterward attempt win alternate games.
“The key is to be conservative, exceptionally disciplined and to close the spaces. When you have the ball you then need to make the issues yourself