Cristiano Ronaldo saved the day by scoring the winning goal at the few last minutes on a 3-2 home victory against Manchester City.
It was no doubt one hell of a game, with many late and frustrating goals from both teams. A very harsh match, yet full of action, and interesting to watch. And of course, The hero for the night was Cristiano Ronaldo.
Florentino Perezâ€™s millionaire Real Madrid stars are expected to perform but Cristiano Ronaldo thinks that Real Madrid fans must also support in full voices.
Supporters of Los Blancos have a tendency of being too silent when Real Madrid are down during a game. Otherwise, they prefer to insult their own players or leave the stadium early.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid have a long way to go in the season as a team that are yet to glue very well.
Speaking to the media, Cristiano Ronaldo expressed his worry at the fansâ€™ attitude. He explained:
â€œYes, we have to assume the duty of putting on a great show but itâ€™s just not possible sometimes.
â€œWe try, alwaysâ€¦ but the team doesnâ€™t play well all the time and I think that the fans could support us more.â€
As an example, Cristiano Ronaldo singled out the fans of his former team, Manchester United. He said:
â€œTake Manchester United fans for example. They were very intimidating against other teams like Liverpool or Manchester City.
â€œIâ€™m sure that if our fans tried to do that, it would give us players a big boost and it would be way better for everyone.â€
The World Player of the Year did it again! After scoring twice in midweek to fire Manchester United into the Champions League final, Cristiano Ronaldo put his name on the scoring sheet once again in Sundayâ€™s Mancunian derby.
Everybody has probably heard of Manchester Cityâ€™s mega Â£107million bid for AC Milanâ€™s Brazilian Star KakÃ¡.
The Sky Blues are aiming to strengthen their struggling team with the help of their new owners. Owner Dr. Sulaiman Al-Fahim believes that luring big names from other clubs to the blue side of Manchester is the perfect solution to build a strong squad and challenge the big four.
The markets are down, the planet is in crisis, and the world of football cannot escape from these disastrous financial effects!
Manchester United is one of the numerous clubs in the English Premier League suffering from huge debts â€“ millions of pounds, I should say. Therefore, the issue of the playersâ€™ salary is becoming more and more serious.
Nowadays, footballers are young millionaires rolling balls on a pitch to entertain fans and honour the game of soccer. Money is certainly the key element that motivates them in the first place before anything else like loyalty and affection for their clubs. Fortsätt läsa Save yourself from troubles, Great Ronaldo!
The Ronaldo transfer saga involving Manchester United and Real Madrid might well be over but a new soap-opera is just about to hit the TV screens this coming January.
Manchester Cityâ€™s new owner has publicly avowed his desire to bring Europeâ€™s best player Cristiano Ronaldo to the City of Manchester Stadium at an amount outbidding Real Madridâ€™s price of around Â£70 million. Fortsätt läsa Â£135 million, what more do you need?