Cristiano Ronaldo decided to play against Lyon to help Real Madrid win despite his recent injury. The Portuguese player said he “loved the support the crowd gave us.”

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Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates his 65th goal in 65 games for Real Madrid with victory against Atletico Madrid in the Copa del Rey.

Ronaldo celebrates 65th Real Madrid goal


No other Real Madrid player had scored ten goals in four consecutive league games before Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Portuguese star has scored ten goals in four consecutive league games, becoming the first Real Madrid player to do so, and 13 strikes overall in the 9 games he played in October.

Ronaldo’s next objective will be to break Puskas’ record 13 goals in seven consecutive games during the 1959/60 and 1960/61 seasons.

Cristiano scored two of Real Madrid’s goals in the team’s 6-1 victory over Deportivo, netted four for the first time in his career against Racing (4-1) and tallied another two against Hercules (3-1).


Cristiano Ronaldo said the players at Real Madrid are happier under the leadership of Jose Mourinho.

The Special One took over the reign at the Santiago Bernabeu during the summer and has enjoyed an unbeaten start to the La Liga season and a perfect record in the Champions League, where they beat AC Milan 2-0 in their last match on Tuesday.

Ronaldo, who scored with a free-kick in the win against Milan, is enjoying every single moment working under Mourinho and expressed his ambition of winning the Champions League with his compatriot.

“With Mourinho, everyone is happier. When things do not run well it is normal for people to feel sad, but this season things are going great. I thank God that everything is going well.

“Mourinho is fantastic. I am thankful that he came here because with his experience and with all the titles he has won, it is good to work with him. I always said I wanted him to train me, and my colleagues are also delighted to work with him. I hope we win the Champions League.”


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