Sunday, February 28, 2016

Ronaldo: Real Madrid would be top of La Liga if everyone was at my level

Cristiano Ronaldo’s pretty, marketable face couldn't distract from his ugly comments on Saturday following Real Madrid's 1-0 loss to Atletico Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Ronaldo: Real Madrid would be top of La Liga if everyone was at my level
Cristiano Ronaldo.

The biggest superstar in Spain’s capital city, along with his expensive teammates, failed to produce over 90 minutes in a match that kept Los Blancos nine points adrift of league leader Barcelona.
"If everyone was as good as me, maybe we would be first," the Portuguese foolishly spewed following an altogether forgettable performance from the home side. "If a team does not play with the best, [it] is difficult to win a long competition."
Ronaldo subtly gave up on the La Liga title with his comments, as Barcelona has a game in hand and the previous weekend's draw had imbued talk of the race already being over.
"From what the press says it seems like I am doing [expletive] but the numbers and statistics do not lie. They are there," Ronaldo went on to somehow sound even more selfish.
Ronaldo's records and talent, overall, cannot be questioned. The Lionel Messi diehards spend their days promoting propaganda that Messi is better than Ronaldo, which is a compliment to Ronaldo's achievements. However, the Portuguese's attitude and recent outbursts serve as notice that he may be doing more harm than good at this stage.

For all the records Ronaldo holds, his recent performances against Atletico Madrid are nothing worth bragging about. The 31-year-old has only scored one goal in his last six meetings against the city rivals. Over that stretch, Real Madrid has lost twice, drawn thrice and only won once.

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