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ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogReal Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said people write off Cristiano Ronaldo at their peril after the Portuguese forward struck twice in the 5-0 drubbing of Sevilla on Saturday as the La Liga champions and their prolific scorer roared back to life. Ronaldo has been widely criticised in Spain for his domestic form this season and before the game with Sevilla he had only scored twice in the league, his lacklustre form mirroring Real?s feeble defence of the title they won so convincingly last May. Ronaldo was crowned world player of the year for a joint-record fifth time on Thursday and showed off his shiny Ballon d?Or trophy on the Bernabeu pitch before kick off and when the game began he appeared to have an extra spring in his step. He latched onto a through ball from Marco Asensio to confidently sidefoot the ball inside the near corner to score Real?s second goal midway through the first half and then powered home the third from the penalty spot, his shot bouncing under Sevilla goalkeeper Sergio Rico. ?It has been a perfect week for him and I hope he continues at this pace, although I already said you have to be careful with him,? Zidane told a news conference. Ronaldo also scored in Real?s 3-2 win over Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday to become the first player ever to score in all six Champions League group games in one season. ?I don?t say that for no reason, I know him well and I see how ambitious he is every day in training, he knows he?s going to score. Sometimes it doesn?t come off for him and no-one is happy about that, but you always have to be careful with him.? Zidane also praised Ronaldo?s overall play, as the Portuguese helped tee-up 19-year-old right back Achraf Hakimi for the fifth goal of the game before the halftime whistle. ?After watching the game we can safely say we have got him back,? added the coach after Real moved to within five points of La Liga leaders Barcelona, who visit Villarreal on Sunday. ?We?re very happy with the performance as it?s not easy to score five goals against Sevilla. I hope we can keep scoring, we?ve scored eight goals in our last two games and we have to keep going like this. ?We?re growing in every sense and playing better. When you play better you create more chances, we created a lot today and scored five times, for the first time this season (in the league).? Real left back Marcelo added: ?For me, Cristiano Ronaldo is the best player in the world. I never saw (Diego) Maradona or Pele play but I know you can?t compare anyone to him. ?We?re privileged to live in the same era as (Lionel) Messi and Cristiano, each own has his own story and attributes, but I prefer Cristiano.?
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsIn its rich history, football has been witness to numerous 'rags to riches' stories. The sheer dedication and hardwork saw many prominent names reaching the epitome of the sport and their tales of success have arguably become the inspiration for many youngsters. But, none of them have managed to capture our imagination than the one undertook by Cristiano Ronaldo - an icon who has ruled the sport in recent years. Born in Santo Antonio, Funchal - a neighbourhood in the Portuguese archipelago of Madeira, Cristiano Ronaldo lacked many of the luxuries of childhood. Named after his father's favourite actor - Ronald Reagan, the life that he was born into could not have been further from that of the then-US President. Living in a two-room, tin-roofed shack, Ronaldo shared a single room with his brother and two sisters, and toys; and Christmas presents were unheard of. His mother, a cook, and his father, a gardener, did their best to provide for their children, but living in Madeira was evidently difficult. © Reuters By the age of 14, Ronaldo was convinced about his abilities to play semi-professionally when he decided to cease his education in order to focus entirely on football. With education out of the picture, Ronaldo only had football as a way out of his impoverished life. While he went on to play for Nacional and then Sporting Lisbon, Ronaldo's dream of becoming the best in the world got a major boost after he was spotted by Sir Alex Ferguson - who would later play a pivotal role in transforming the career of the Portuguese star. In August 2003, Ronaldo's exploits paved way for Sporting Lisbon's 3-1 win over EPL giants Manchester United. Such was his domination in the game that the Man Utd players urged Ferguson to sign the wonderkid from Madeira. Later, Ferguson himself labelled the then 18-year-old as one of the most exciting young players he had ever seen. © Reuters At 12.24 million pounds, Ronaldo didn't just become Man Utd's first-ever Portuguese player, but, at the time, he was also the most expensive teenager in English football history. In the years to follow, Ronaldo went on to score 113 goals in 259 appearances for the Red Devils. But, most importantly, he ended up bagging top honours at Old Trafford. The Portuguese superstar won three Premier League titles, two League Cups, a Community Shield, an FA Cup, a FIFA Club World Cup, the Champions League and the coveted Ballon d'Or between the 2006-07 and 2008-09 seasons before shifting his base to Real Madrid for a then-world-record fee of 80 million pounds. For a club that had cherished his feats and a coach who nourished his skills, Ronaldo's exit was undoubtedly a heart-break for the Man Utd fans. But, no one knew why the promising youngster had decided to move on from the club that gave him all the success he needed to excel in the game. Ronaldo, himself, has been vocal about his love and special bond with Man Utd, but the real reason behind his exit has always been a mystery, until now. © Reuters After eight years from his move, Ronaldo has finally revealed why he decided to leave the EPL giants and joined Los Blancos. Writing in The Players' Tribune, the four-time Ballon d'Or winner said that even though his contract with the Old Trafford club was a moment of pride for him and his family, his dreams kept getting bigger, despite the 32-year-old winning laurels at the Premier League club. “I started dreaming bigger and bigger. I wanted to play for the national team, and I wanted to play for Manchester, because I watched the Premier League on TV all the time. I was mesmerized by how fast the game moved and the songs that the crowds would sing. The atmosphere was so moving to me. When I became a player for Manchester, it was a very proud moment for me, but I think it was an even prouder moment for my family,” he wrote. Speaking of his desire to play for a more challenging club, Ronaldo continued: “At first, winning trophies was very emotional for me. I remember when I won my first Champions League trophy at Manchester, it was an overwhelming feeling. Same thing with my first Ballon d'Or. But my dreams kept getting bigger. That's the point of dreams, right? I had always admired Madrid, and I wanted a new challenge. I wanted to win trophies at Madrid, and break all the records, and become a club legend”. © Reuters “Over the past eight years, I have achieved incredible things at Madrid. But to be honest, winning trophies later on in my career has become a different kind of emotion. Especially in these last two years. At Madrid, if you don't win everything, other people consider it a failure. This is the expectation of greatness. This is my job,” he concluded. Today, he boasts of 411 goals in 401 games for Real Madrid, becoming their all-time leading scorer. At the Santiago Bernabeu, he has won two La Liga titles, two Copa del Reys, two Supercopa de Espana titles, two UEFA Super Cups, two FIFA Club World Cups, three Champions League titles and three Ballon d'Ors.
A plane landed in Sao Joao Beach, killing two people, in Costa da Caparica, Portugal, August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes LISBON: A small aeroplane made an emergency landing on a popular, crowded beach near Lisbon on Wednesday, killing two people. Local television showed dozens of beachgoers crowding around the airplane, which had come to a stop near the water without any major damage. Two pilots onboard were unharmed and were being questioned by authorities. Pedro Coelho Dias, a spokesman for the national maritime authority, said a man and a child were killed after the plane hit them, according to news agency Lusa. Sao Joao de Caparica beach is one of the closest to Lisbon and draws big crowds in August, when the Portuguese take their main summer holidays.