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lol this guys killin it is it a ronaldo >>>>>>>>>>> messi thing yet tho ?

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It's always been Ronaldo >>> Messi in my books.

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Wierd thread.Ronaldo was always going to kill it in spain. Also I assume your speaking in that he's scored in every one of his gamesSo has MessiRonaldo is on 4, Messi is top scorer in the primera division with 5Ronaldo will get 40..As of yet, nothing has changed concerning both players level of skill relative to eachother, they have both progressed and have both had disgusting openings to the season.Neither of them has hit their peak yet aswell.

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Messi will score 30 and get 30 assists. Ronaldo Will score 35-40 and get about 15 assists.

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Messi will score 35 and get 30 assists. Ronaldo Will score 35-40 and get about 15 assists.
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Wilshire potentially better than Messi.
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The Portuguese winger was speaking to Telecinco in Spain on Thursday following his side's 2-0 win over Villarreal at El Madrigal a day earlier and also described his goal in that game as one of the best of his career."I have only seen it once. It is not my best but it is one of my best. As soon as I got the ball and I had a free path I went to shoot at goal. I wasn't thinking about anything else," Ronaldo said.
lol guys winning games on his own
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haha the commmentary is outstandingronaldo and messi are great players this season will dertermine who is the best..goals assists affecting the big games etci gt my monays on ronaldo winning the lot.. his ego > messis egoego drives a man to achieve great things hes only competing with himself and history

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england >>>>>spainwhen messi can bang in goals in english league he gets rating hold tight rat ronaldo

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shame he can't do sh*t for portugal
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Cristiano Ronaldo: welcome to the Real worldThe man known as CR9 in Madrid has exceeded all expectations since his £80m move from Manchester UnitedSport_619667a.jpgNot even Alfredo di Stefano made such an immediate impact. Raul’s start as a Real Madrid legend was cautious by comparison. The Mexican poacher, Hugo Sanchez, took longer to work up his remarkable goal-scoring momentum. The other Ronaldo, the Brazilian galactico, never had a September quite like the one his namesake has been enjoying.Cristiano Ronaldo, or CR9 if we call him by the shorthand that has become rather popular in the Spanish capital, went into his sixth competitive match for Real Madrid at home to Tenerife on a truly blessed run. He has seven goals so far for the club he joined for a soaring £80m in July. These are numbers beyond even the most optimistic forecasts of what Ronaldo might bring to a team in which it was reasonable to expect teething troubles, given the scale of their recruiting. But yesterday was the first time he had not appeared on the scoresheet for Madrid, and though he conceded the headlines to Karim Benzema, who scored twice, and Kaka — once — in the 3-0 win that preserved Madrid’s 100% record, Ronaldo provided the game’s best moment, a virtuoso run and shot at goal that drew a great save from Sergio Aragoneses in the Tenerife goal. The victory took Real to the top of La Liga on goal difference ahead of Barcelona, who won 2-0 at Malaga.On the field, then, so far, so good. Off it, another set of impressive numbers are about to be released, from the offices of the Santiago Bernabeu stadium. In the coming week, Real Madrid anticipate announcing the most lucrative jersey sponsorship deal in football, renewing the relationship with the current backer, an online betting organisation, with a hike of about 50% on the existing, £18m-a-year contract.In the galactonomics of the Madrid president, Florentino Perez, the goals lead directly to the money. Perez’s mantra since returning to the role he had in the early part of the decade has been that collecting the best footballers in the world, such as Ronaldo and Kaka now, or Zidane and Beckham six years ago, pays off, even when they cost record prices, because the world wants to watch them, companies will auction higher to be associated with them and so on. And now Perez wants more of the world to be able to watch his New Galacticos. He is encouraging the Spanish league authorities and other clubs presidents to consider adjusting fixture times so that matches can be shown in Asian time zones at more sociable hours for the army of football followers there. The match against Tenerife kicked off at an early — at least for Madrid — six o’clock in the evening. Perez likes the notion of three o’clock starts, at least in the cooler months of the Spanish season. The Premier League might not be so comfortable with that if it were to mean more regular head-to-head battles for viewers across the world, asking them to choose directly between watching Madrid or Barcelona and an English game. The Premier League has an edge in popularity over La Liga but not by such a distance that choices might not alter.Spanish football is livelier for the £220m spent on new players by Madrid over the summer. And Spain is proving even more accommodating to Ronaldo than an English top-flight in which he was the outstanding footballer for at least three of the six years he spent there with Manchester United. “I am adapting, little by little,” he said in a coy appearance on a Spanish television interview show last week. Little by little? He still struggles for the odd word in Castilian but speaks with no more pauses and less awkwardness than he did after half a dozen years learning English. As for his form, a sense of impatience that seemed to hamper his football in some of the pre-season games has propelled him to the top of the goalscoring charts. And, yes, he confirms he was eager to join Madrid for long before the expensive union of player and club took place. “I had wanted to come here for some time,” he said.He has looked like a man in a hurry to impress. Two of his goals have been scored within the opening two minutes of matches, against Xerez and Villarreal. “He’s a very ambitious player,” says Jorge Valdano, Madrid’s sporting director. “He is concerned about proving himself. He wants to be in charge. A player like Kaka is calmer in that way.” Indeed, Ronaldo scowled a little at being withdrawn 10 minutes from full-time with his side in control yesterday.Perhaps it was because his goal-every-game habit had been broken. But the rest of his Madrid goals have established, as if in a showreel, the complete, multifaceted athlete that is CR9. He converted a penalty, coolly, on his league debut, his first competitive match at the Bernabeu, against Deportivo La Coruna. At Espanyol, he exhibited his value on the counterattack, winning a one-on-one duel with the goalkeeper and finishing from a tight angle. In the Champions League against FC Zurich, he scored twice from direct free-kicks. He scored a pair of goals in his next match, too, against Xerez, one a long-range drive, the other a header from a corner, the kind of goal that Madrid, who are not overstaffed with fine headers of the ball, may come to appreciate even more than United did.After his goal against Villarreal last Wednesday night, the cheerleaders became especially excited. Was his 20-yard shot, struck low, powerfully and on the run after a solo advance from inside the halfway line, the best he had ever scored? “It was one of the best,” he replied.Was this the best start he had ever made to a club season? Undoubtedly. Even in his prolific 2007-08 campaign for United, his goals were accumulated more gradually. When you take into account that his seven so far in Spain come from four starts for Madrid before yesterday — he was a substitute at Espanyol — the statistics read even better.The celebrations have been worth watching too, but not for ostentation or self-regard. After his spectacular strike against Villarreal, CR9 ran to the bench and directly to where Raul was. The Madrid club captain, who, like the rest, has swiftly learned that head coach Manuel Pellegrini will rotate and rest senior players, had apparently told the Portuguese he had an inkling CR9 would score that night. Given his form, it was hardly the work of an inspired soothsayer. But Ronaldo wanted to tell Raul how right he was. And he will know very well by now that in the Madrid dressing room, Raul is a good man to make friends with.- Thanks to the selling power of David Beckham and his galactico team-mates Real Madrid already have one of the most lucrative shirt deals in world football, but because of the heat generated by the signing of Ronaldo and Kaka in the summer the summer are ready to sign a deal that will be worth around £27m a season and rocket them to the top of that league http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/sport/foo...icle6850675.ece
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That goal reminded me of his winner away to Fulham a few seasons ago.

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