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Eibar vs Real Madrid
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VAMOSBenfica 7 months ago Edited
Benfica, Argentina 15 183
I'm not entirely sure if people realize this guy is 33 years old. Thirty-three, and putting in a performance any other player would confidently say was one of the best games of their career. To say he's a living legend, phenomenon, whatever, is such an incredible understatement. It's superfluous to say, but we won't ever see a player on his level again. Ridiculous quality in everything he does.
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I'm not entirely sure if people realize this guy is 33 years old. Thirty-three, and putting in a performance any other player would confidently say was one of the best games of their career. Could've had four beautiful goals had it not been for two wonderful saves from the Eibar GK. To say he's a living legend, phenomenon, whatever, is such an incredible understatement. It's superfluous to say, but we won't ever see a player on his level again. Ridiculous quality in everything he does.
Hussain7 7 months ago
Real Madrid C, Sweden 0 191
Cr7
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Cristianoo 7 months ago
Manchester United, England 3 53
Ronaldo being Ronaldo and having a mediocre season for his standards, but the best of anyone else's
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Drbutterface 7 months ago
Roma, Italy 2 510
His name is Cristiano Ronaldo, and he's the greatest player of the world. Also incredible goalkeeping on the Eibar side, could've been 4:0 if not for the goalie.
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Michael_Jordan 7 months ago
FC Zurich 0 322
6 goals less than Messi. And the GOAT did not even play today ;)
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Cristiano7Ronaldo 7 months ago
Real Madrid, Portugal 7 36
Ronaldo played fewer games, more goals per games ;) Let's wait and see who's on top in the end (we all know it will be the GOAT) :D
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tuan_jinn 7 months ago
Manchester United, Netherlands 180 6029
CR7 the monster.
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Marcus2011 7 months ago
Chelsea FC, England 252 5306
Ronaldo just leaves me speechless.
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JustFontaine 7 months ago
Lille, France 0 11
17 goals in his last 10 games, CR7 is back
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ghenji 7 months ago
Borussia Dortmund 0 985
Motivation from top scorer messi, saurez, aspas and thirst to catch them , let this man into scoring tons . Happy for cr7 .Glad to have these 2 giants in my generation, i hope we can enjoy the magic of CR7 , MESSI FOR YEARS TO COME.
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blau10grana 7 months ago
Barcelona, Slovakia 0 81
two basic eibar mistakes while clearing the ball...two madrid goals

that modric assist though...
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YourDad 7 months ago
Real Madrid, Germany 0 34
@blau10grana 21 yr old defender's mistake finally gets pessi a goal against chelsea !
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1ronaldoahmed737 7 months ago
Real Madrid, Saudi Arabia 0 26
Ronaldo has no pressure in laliga and he will score like a beast. I am guessing he will score 40 goals by end of season and will take over Messi easily in next 3 games. Start of the season Ronaldo challenged Marcelo to become top scorer in laliga. I think he is on it and steam rolling every opponent.
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diehardbarca 7 months ago
Barcelona 0 1597
Greatest striker in the world...
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_Pelle_ 7 months ago Edited
Paris Saint Germain 49 4557
Just noticed... It must be fantastic living on one of those tall buildings next to the stadium with a nice view into the pitch. You can almost sit in your own toilet and watch real madrid live XD
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Just noticed... It must be fantastic living on one of those tall buildings next to the stadium with a view into the pitch. You can almost sit in your own toilet and watch real madrid live XD
nadajoe27 7 months ago
Real Madrid, Canada 0 4
I did notice that too !! What an amazing view that would be.
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_Pelle_ 7 months ago Edited
Paris Saint Germain 49 4557
Ronaldo keeping that UCL playoff steam on... Won't be surprised if he'll make a hatrick or so soon. It's really incredible that on a season that has supposedly been poor for him he is still on 18 goals in 22 games.
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Ronaldo keeping that UCL playoff steam on... Won't be surprised if he'll lake a hatrick or so soon. It's really incredible that on a season that has supposedly been poor for him he is still on 18 goals in 22 games.
leochai 7 months ago
Manchester United, England 0 11
CR7: So, who's next?
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Cristianoo 7 months ago
Manchester United, England 3 53
Ronaldo being Ronaldo and having a mediocre season for his standards, but the best of anyone else's
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Golazo111 7 months ago
Chelsea, Mexico 70 2601
Ronaldo's dominance is the most scary thing to ever happen in European football.
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Cristianoo 7 months ago
Manchester United, England 3 53
If it is in European football, it is in World football. No need to hold back when it comes to this man
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zaedaus 7 months ago
Real Madrid 0 61
Cristiano Ronaldo is the epitome of hard work and dedication
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LoveKavi 7 months ago
Manchester United, England 0 632
RM looking not the best tbh, La Liga has been a shambles for them but CL is going strong and they're finding their feet again. As for CR7... To believe people think he's having the worst season of his life and doing terrible... He's literally behind Messi and Suarez by about 6 goals in La Liga, Top scorer in CL and just keep sscoring and scoring and he's 33!!! How many great players deemed World Class have actually lasted over a decade at the very, very, very top level? How many players have a prime time of about 3 years between 20-28... This guy's work rate even with all that money is top level and young players need to be that ambitious or the money will ruin their career.
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JaapStam 7 months ago
Manchester United, Australia 2 248
Look as they they gave up on the league. No according to Ronaldo.
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tratbag 7 months ago
0 80
The league is long over for Madrid though, they are 15 points behind Barcelona with 30 points remaining to play for.
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Vedixsz 7 months ago
Real Madrid, Sweden 0 6
Not the best performance. Way to many errors in my opinion, Isco and even Kross are making quite a few passing errors. Bale is looking very uninterested, what the heck is up with that guy. Honestly without Ronaldos goalscoring form we would be a disaster. Remember a couple months ago when Ronaldo seemed to miss everything...
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VAMOSBenfica 7 months ago Edited
Benfica, Argentina 15 183
I'm not entirely sure if people realize this guy is 33 years old. Thirty-three, and putting in a performance any other player would confidently say was one of the best games of their career. To say he's a living legend, phenomenon, whatever, is such an incredible understatement. It's superfluous to say, but we won't ever see a player on his level again. Ridiculous quality in everything he does.
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I'm not entirely sure if people realize this guy is 33 years old. Thirty-three, and putting in a performance any other player would confidently say was one of the best games of their career. Could've had four beautiful goals had it not been for two wonderful saves from the Eibar GK. To say he's a living legend, phenomenon, whatever, is such an incredible understatement. It's superfluous to say, but we won't ever see a player on his level again. Ridiculous quality in everything he does.
LoveKavi 7 months ago
Manchester United, England 0 632
This guy as a human is beyond levels. He keeps going
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Golazo111 7 months ago
Chelsea, Mexico 70 2601
That's why he's better than the Brazilian Ronaldo, just too much longevity in his favor where even at 33 years of age he still breaks records.
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LoveKavi 7 months ago
Manchester United, England 0 632
Yeah I think longevity needs to be a key factor when discussing players now days. Too many players only last a few seasons at top level. A player than consistently plays at the top level is incredible.
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FlavioM94 7 months ago
Juventus, Italy 0 60
Does he have to disrespect the opponents' fans EVERY TIME he scores in an away stadium?
I mean, I'm not so naive, I know he's booed many times,
BUT he's an ultimate professional in every aspect, I CAN'T understand his attitude...
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tuan_jinn 7 months ago
Manchester United, Netherlands 180 6029
Im pretty sure he would go on for another 3 years, by then the debate might be over.
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akashnai90 7 months ago
Real Madrid, Spain 0 319
Lethal CR7! That assist from Modric was exquisite! Bale didn't have a great match, I'm glad though Zidane didn't take him off. He needs to be patient with Bale, he can be a match changer.
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