In 2011, Cristiano Ronaldo done a commercial for Toyota’s Hilux Vigo Champ.
Now Again, Toyota has done a New Commercial with Cristiano Ronaldo for their New Car…
Here are the Pictures of the upcoming Commercial: Fortsätt läsa Pictures: Cristiano Ronaldo in a New Commercial for Toyota
Cristiano Ronaldo Spotted on Thursday Night Leaving a Restaurant in Madrid.
Here are the Some Pictures: Fortsätt läsa Cristiano Ronaldo – Out in Madrid (Sep 26, 2013)
Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice in the second half to give Real Madrid a hard-fought 2-1 away win at Elche in the Spanish league Wednesday.
In a lacklustre, strategic match, Elche defender Eduardo Albacar struck a free kick that David Lomban back-headed toward goal, forcing an athletic save from goalkeeper Diego Lopez in the 10th minute.
Ronaldo scored from a direct free kick in the 50th minute which bounced just in front of goalkeeper Manuel Herrera, who got a touch but was unable to deflect the ball.
“It was a very difficult match in which our opponents played very well and caused us some problems, and there was that goal near the end that we shouldn’t have conceded,” said Lopez.
Ghanaian striker Richmond Boakye who is on loan to Elche from Juventus, headed a perfectly-aimed shot into goal from an Albacar cross in injury time.
Madrid was then awarded a much-argued penalty one minute later as defender Pepe wrestled with Elche midfielder Carlos Sanchez in the penalty area during a free kick.
Ronaldo stepped up to convert the shot, six minutes into injury time.
“We have to be realists, but they have scored two goals against us from two actions that from my point of view should not have gone against us,” said Albacar. “I end up with the sensation that they have robbed us. From having got a draw against a very good team, I go away feeling we’ve been mugged.”
Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti said that as a general rule he did not like talking about referee’s decisions. “It’s difficult to comment because my position from the bench is not so good, but I spoke to Pepe and he told me the penalty was clear.”
Madrid’s recent star signing Gareth Bale was sidelined due to a left thigh injury sustained during training last week.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 209th goal with the White Team in a La Liga game against Getafe.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s second goal against Getafe made him move up one spot in the rankings of most goals scored in the club´s history. The Portuguese striker scored his 209th goal as a Real Madrid player and passed Hugo Sánchez´s 208 goals. Cristiano Ronaldo is now ahead of the Real Madrid legend in his fifth season on the White Team and he maintains a scoring average of just over one goal per game.
The Portuguese attacker has only needed 205 games to pass Hugo Sánchez´s 208 goals. The Mexican needed 282 games to reach his record. Cristiano Ronaldo, who has already scored six goals this year, has gone three straight seasons scoring over 50 goals and the next record to surpass will be Puskas 242 goals.
Gareth Bale‘s home debut for Real Madrid was postponed Sunday as the world record signing damaged a hamstring in warm up ahead of his side’s 4-1 home win against Getafe.
Bale had been on the team-sheet for the game, but left the pre-game warm up early and was then replaced by attacking midfielder Isco in the Madrid starting 11. The club have yet to confirm how long the winger will be out of action, but he is unlikely to be fit for Wednesday’s trip to play recently promoted Elche.
Madrid fans looking forward to seeing Bale‘s debut were in for another disappointment after 12 minutes after Cristiano Ronaldo lost the ball and stopped asking for an inexistent foul. The ball dropped to Getafe‘s Angel Lafita, whose shot from outside of the area was deflected past the helpless Diego Lopez to put the visitors ahead.
Fortunately for the slightly over 70,000 fans in the Santiago Bernabeu stadium, that was as bad as it got for Madrid, who were soon level after Cristiano Ronaldo found space following a set piece. Although his shot was blocked, it fell to Pepe, who merely had to push the ball over the line from close range to make it 1-1.
Madrid were ahead before the break when Ronaldo scored from the penalty spot after Getafe midfielder Michel stuck his arm out in a defensive wall at a free kick and after the ball hit it, referee Fernandez Borbalan pointed to the penalty spot.
Ronaldo had no problem is slotting the ball past Getafe keeper, Miguel Angel Moya to put his side ahead. Fortsätt läsa Real Madrid 4-1 Getafe. Ronaldo leads Real rout, Bale misses home debut
The Real Madrid superstar has just become the highest-paid footballer in history with a five-year deal which earns him £285,000 a week After tax.
Now, he is expected to agree a new boot deal with Nike in the next few months.
His current agreement with the American sportswear company, worth £5m a year, expires in 2014.
Industry sources believe it will be replaced with a new deal worth £8m a year over five years.
Ronaldo, 28, then looks like being a global ambassador for Nike, just like tennis legend John McEnroe and basketball icon Michael Jordan, meaning he will rake even more money in.
At this rate, the former Manchester United hero will be changing his name to Ronaldough!
United, meanwhile, pay out almost £5m in compensation to Sir Alex Ferguson’s staff when the manager retired in May.
Fergie’s successor, David Moyes, brought in his own backroom staff, including Phil Neville from Everton and his old Goodison No.2 Steve Round.
That meant the Old Trafford club had to reach a financial settlement with assistant-boss Mike Phelan, coach René Meulensteen and goalkeeping coach Eric Steele.
The club admitted that it had to make “compensation payments to former coaching staff for loss of office” in the exceptional items section of their accounts, released last week.