It’s spine-chilling to give a thought on how good is Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo has been throughout the course of his career and it becomes a nightmare for a footballer to think how many records he could still break before he hangs up his illustrious boots. Another scary aspect of his technique is how well he can control a football; it’s almost like trapping a pumpkin.
Talking of scary the five-time Ballon d’Or winner had a trick and a treat for his fans on the occasion of Halloween. The star footballer posted a scary yet cute picture on social media with his family.
In the picture Ronaldo, his wife Georgina Rodríguez and his four children are attired in different horrifying masks that befit the day that we all know as Halloween — celebrated on October 31 every year. The former Manchester United man also captioned the picture wishing his fans.
CR recently surpassed the actor-singer Selena Gomez to become the most-followed person on Instagram with 144,338,650 followers, and Selena has 144,321,029 followers. Ariana Grande stands third with 132+ million followers, and Kim Kardashian West is the fourth, with 119+ million.
On August 18th Ronaldo played his first Serie A match and after 10 league matches later, the star player stamped a record to his name, that means it took him just three months to get into Juventus’ record books.
Soccer star equaled a record set by Welshman John Charles in the 1957-58 campaign for the Old Lady by scoring seven goals in 10 Serie A matches.
Cristiano lately had a tough time because of rape allegations by Kathryn Mayorga, recently he also revealed why he left Real Madrid after nine trophy-laden years for Juventus
“I felt within the club, especially from the president, that I was no longer considered in the same way as I was at the beginning. For the first four or five years, I felt like Cristiano Ronaldo. Less so after. The president looked at me in a way that suggested I was no longer indispensable if you know what I mean. That is what made me think about leaving.” –Cristiano Ronaldo