Pictures: Audi Presentation 2013

Cristiano Ronaldo receives his new Audi RS6 Avant Car from Real Madrid’s sponsor at Hipodromo de la Zarzuela on Thursday (November 28) in Madrid, Spain.


Here is the List of Cars given By Audi To Real Madrid Players:

The 28-year-old Portuguese soccer star will be required to use the car to go to training and other club activities. He won’t be required to drive it during his off hours. Audi will be responsible for the maintenance, cleaning and refueling of the vehicles used by the the Real Madrid players (everyone got a new car).

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Fortsätt läsa Pictures: Audi Presentation 2013

Bale: Ronaldo the best in the world

Gareth Bale feels Real Madrid teammate Cristiano Ronaldois the best player in the world” and therefore deserves to win the 2013 Ballon d’Or.

The recipient of Fifa’s top individual prize will be announced in Zurich on January 13, with Ronaldo, holder Lionel Messi and Bayern Munich ace Franck Ribery considered the favourites for the accolade.

Ronaldo has been in devastating form of late, as he netted his 25th goal of the season for Real in the 5-0 thumping of Almeria on Saturday, while his hat-trick for Portugal against Sweden last week secured his country’s spot at next year’s World Cup.
For me, he is the best player in the world and I don’t think anyone is near him,” said Bale on Ronaldoat an EA Sports event.
”He deserves that award (the Ballon D’Or). The goals and the performances he has put in, especially when you think of the pressure he is under, for Portugal the other day, it shows what a true, true world-class player he is.
”Since I’ve been here he’s been nothing short of unbelievable. The amount of goals he’s scored is just mind-blowing this season.”

Bale joined Los Blancos in early September, and he revealed Ronaldo has helped him settle in at the Bernabeu.

Bale added: ”There is no rivalry at all. We get on very well.

”He’s helped me out a lot on and off the pitch.

”Since I’ve been here he’s had nothing bad to say to me; he’s just given me encouragement every game, given me confidence.

”He has been sharing his first experiences when he first came here and they have really helped me along. He’s been absolutely brilliant.

”We’re enjoying playing together and I think that the goals and assists show that we’re playing well together. There’s still a lot more to come from us both and hopefully we can have a successful season by doing that.”


Pictures: Ronaldo takes his son Cristiano Junior to School (Nov 22, 2013)

Cristiano Ronaldo being a football legend, on the other side he is good dad too. After taking his national side to the world cup 2014 single handly and after the end of qualification round for world cup he is back in madrid and is relaxed.

On Tuesday morning being a good dad, he himself took his son to school. Ronaldo was seen with his son CR Jr. taking him to school in the morning.

Ronaldo was wearing a blue cap with matching sweater and black jeans with white sneakers, while junior was in matching red cap and pant and a jacket. Jr was wearing Galaxy edition shoes.

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Fortsätt läsa Pictures: Ronaldo takes his son Cristiano Junior to School (Nov 22, 2013)

David Moyes: Return of Ronaldo is possible

David Moyes has admitted he would love to work with Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United and has hope that one day it could materialise.

Ronaldo has been at the very top of the game for years but this season he has somehow managed to take his game up another notch and wherever you look, the numbers are mind boggling.

He has scored 66 times in 2013 (Ribery and Messi combined have scored 64) including 56 in 46 appearances for Real Madrid but will finish an incredible year on a personal level without any silverware.

Rumours of a Ronaldo return will always be around and speaking to MUTVMoyes was effusive in his praise for Ronaldo and kept the option open for him to return.

“Everyone at Manchester United would tell you he is the best in the business anyway,” Moyes told MUTV.

“I have not been fortunate enough to work with him but there is still hope some day it might be possible.”

United could not have turned down an £80 million offer from Real Madrid for Ronaldo because of his desire to move to Spain but that price looks like a bargain now. He also single handedly steered Portugal the World Cup and deserves to win the Ballon d’Or this year. He is unstoppable.

Whether he will return to Old Trafford in the future remains to be seen but it would be incredible to have Ronaldo back,  Machester United Manager Moyes said.

Cristiano Ronaldo Interview with Cope, Helps Children with Leukemia (Nov 22, 2013)

Portuguese national football team Captain and Real Madrid CF (Spain) striker Cristiano Ronaldo helped children suffering from disease leukemia.

Cristiano attended a sports program and interviewed COPE  to raise awareness about  the importance of donating bone. He was also accompanied by some small children with leukemia, who autographed jerseys gift and had a quiet chat taking pictures.

Ronaldo on donating blood ”I started donating blood when [Portugal international and S.L. Benfica (Portugal) midfielder] Carlos Martins had told about his son’s illness.  

“I am always ready to help children. I call upon everyone living in Spain to join and help. Fortsätt läsa Cristiano Ronaldo Interview with Cope, Helps Children with Leukemia (Nov 22, 2013)

Ronaldo: I want to finish my career at Real Madrid

Cristiano Ronaldo would like to finish his playing career at Real Madrid but admits he does not like to look too far into the future.

The Portuguese has been in outstanding form for the Liga giants this campaign, notching 16 goals in 13 league appearances, and his purple patch has seen him touted as one of the favourites for the prestigious Ballon d’Or award to be presented in January.

His impressive performances extended to the international scene as he scored all four goals in Portugal’s two-legged 4-2 victory over Sweden in the FIFA World Cup play-off, including a hat-trick in Tuesday’s 3-2 triumph in Solna.

Ronaldo was linked with a move away from the Bernabeu in the close-season but he allayed those rumours by signing a new five-year deal in September, and believes he could end his playing days in the Spanish capital.

Speaking to radio station Cadena Cope, the 28-year-old said: ”I think it’s possible I’ll retire at Real Madrid. (But) I don’t think much about the future.

”I like to think of the here and now. When things are going well now, when you are comfortable and you’re motivated to do well, you couldn’t care less about the future.

”But the truth is, that right now, what I feel is that I want to finish my career here because I feel very comfortable. I love living in Madrid, I love playing at the best club in the world and I can’t ask for more.

”I feel a great joy from the fans, mainly outside the stadium. On the streets, the elderly and the children, they like me a lot, they talk to me like a normal person.”

Despite his superb campaign thus far – which has seen him score 32 goals in 22 games for club and country – Ronaldo is targeting further improvement.

”In my head, I always feel I can improve.  My ambition is to always improve.  Maybe I’ll get to a level that’s difficult to pass, but I always think there’s something I could improve,” he added.

”Perhaps, at this moment, I am better prepared and it may be one of the best moments of my career.  I’m playing at a very high level and I hope to keep it going until the end of my career.”

Ronaldo returns to domestic action when Real travel to Almeria on Saturday.

Messi praises Ronaldo consistency, says ”I’m pleased Ronaldo will be at the World Cup”

Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi praised arch-rival Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal-scoring prowess in an interview published yesterday as speculation mounted that the Portuguese international could be picked as World Player of the Year.

A day after picking up a Golden Boot award for scoring 46 league goals last season, the 26-year-old paid respect to his Real Madrid rival.

“I don’t know if Cristiano Ronaldo is at his peak but he is always there scoring goals in all the games and taking part in his club and national side,” Messi told Spanish sports daily Marca and other European sports journalists.

“He has been doing that for many years and whether he is at his peak or a bit less makes no difference.”

The 28-year-old Real Madrid star Ronaldo is emerging as the favorite to pick up this year’s Ballon d’Or for the world’s best player over four-time winner Messi.

Ronaldo scored a hat-trick on Tuesday as Portugal beat Sweden to qualify for its fourth straight World Cup finals and he tops the Spanish league scoreboard so far this season with 16 goals in 13 matches.

Messi has 11 goals from eight games in the league this season but has been sidelined for up to eight weeks with a muscle tear in his left hamstring muscle.

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, a Real Madrid fan, told public radio he would back Ronaldo for the Ballon d’Or award if he had a vote.

“I think he is in impressive form. He is a player who gives everything. Yes, I would vote for him,” Rajoy said.

The Portuguese’s chances seemed to rise even further when FIFA announced a two-week extension to the voting deadline until November 29, citing a weak turnout, and allowing participants to change ballots already cast.



Pictures: Ronaldo Celebrated Portugal’s Entry To World Cup (Nov 19, 2013)

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated the Portugal’s Entry to World Cup in a club in Stockholm after His Hattrick took Portugal to  qualify for the world cup 2014.

Ronaldo At a party attended by Sebastian Ingrosso from the popular group Swedish House Mafia.

Fortsätt läsa Pictures: Ronaldo Celebrated Portugal’s Entry To World Cup (Nov 19, 2013)