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Cristiano Ronaldo

31-Year-Old Forward     Real Madrid  La Liga


Birthdate:  February 5, 1985    Birthplace:  Madeira, Portugal    Nationality:  Portugal    Height:  6' 1"    Weight:  165 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract


Cristiano Ronaldo Contract Information:

Signed a nine-year contract with Real Madrid in July of 2009.

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June 30, 2016    Cristiano Ronaldo News

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Ronaldo didn't score, but put himself in numerous favorable positions in Portugal's 1-1 win over Poland in penalties. Ronaldo finished with five shots, but couldn't find the back of the net on any of them. He scored the opening PK in penalties.

Outside of two goals against Hungary, Ronaldo hasn't found the back of the net in four other matches. He continues to find chances, but hasn't capitalized. For Portugal to advance to the final, Ronaldo will be needed against either Wales or Belgium.

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June 22, 2016

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Ronaldo got plenty of help in the 3-3 draw against Hungary on the scoring end, but he still finished with a couple goals and an assist. As expected, Ronaldo did everything offensively for Portugal and finished with 10 shots in all.

Ronaldo hasn't had the best tournament, considering these two goals were the first for him in three games. A meeting with Croatia will be tough, but that's not to say they are unstoppable. Ronaldo will get his chances to lead Portugal to the next round.

June 18, 2016

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Ronaldo missed a penalty kick to help the Austrian defensive stand end successfully in an upset scoreless draw during Portugal's Euro 2016 clash Saturday. The forward finished the game with 10 shots, three on target.

Ronaldo had a second consecutive frustrating game without a score. The forward has now a total of 20 shots on goal in the tournament with only four on target, though. He is trying to score a goal in his fourth different Euro finals and will look to do that on Wednesday versus Hungary where Portugal would need to win to make sure they go through to the knock-out stage of the tournament.

May 30, 2016

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Ronaldo hit the clinching penalty kick in Saturday's Champions League final penalty shoot-out win over Atletico Madrid.

Ronaldo will finish the season with 35 goals, 11 assists and an average of 6.3 shots per game in 36 La Liga starts and a total of 51 goals, 15 assists and 6.7 shots per game in 48 starts across all competitions.

May 24, 2016

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Ronaldo left practice early after an injury scare but is not at risk of missing the upcoming Champions League final, the Associated Press reports.

Ronaldo hurt his leg after colliding with backup goalkeeper Kiko Casilla near the end of practice Tuesday and remained on the ground for several moments before being assisted off the field. The forward was soon after seen walking off the pitch on his own power, however, leading team doctors to dismiss any serious injury. Ronaldo later told reporters the injury was "just a scare" and guaranteed he will be fit to play Saturday against Atletico Madrid in Milan.

May 4, 2016

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Ronaldo (hamstring) will be on the pitch for Wednesday's UCL clash with Manchester City.

Ronaldo, who is currently sitting at 16 tallies in Champions League play, has a chance to tie his own record for most goals scored in a single UCL season (17). If Real are going to make it an all Madrid final, they will need to forward to be in top form. Perhaps the best player in the world, the 31-year-old's fantasy value can't be overstated.

May 2, 2016

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Ronaldo (hamstring) returned to first-team training and is expected to play in Wednesday's Champions League match against Manchester City, Marca reports.

Ronaldo missed the first leg last week and was held out of the weekend league fixture, but his return to training is a huge step forward and he is likely to start for Los Blancos.

May 2, 2016

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Ronaldo returned to training after a thigh injury saw him fail a late fitness test for last week's Champions League match against Manchester City as Madrid league game over the weekend, reports the Daily Mail.

The striker worked with his teammates for the first half before undergoing an individual program for the last portion. He is the leading scorer in the Champions League and is hopeful of returning to full fitness to take part in the return leg in Madrid on Wednesday.