Tottenham captain Lloris: More to Real Madrid than incredible Ronaldo


In recent years, the Ballon d'Or has become a personal duel between Ronaldo and Barcelona star Lionel Messi, with no other player winning the award since Kaka in 2007.

"There are 30 nominees and a lot of them from Real Madrid". Who knows, but it's a freaky response that probably won't go down very well with Ronaldo.

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Ronaldo's 85th-minute strike in Saturday's 2-1 win over Getafe, following an Isco pass, was the 32-year-old's first league goal this term in his fourth appearance - an uncharacteristically long dry spell for Real's all-time record goal scorer.

"I'm not going to put anyone on the podium", Zidane said.

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Chelsea and Conte may be desperate to get Morata back from injury as they face Roma, but according to Chris Sutton, he's simply not good enough and the club will not retain their title, as they didn't spend enough in the summer and failed to get top players in. "It is true that in LaLiga he's not been amongst the goals but in the Champions League he's been on fire".

The four-time Ballon d'Or victor has been more prolific in the Champions League so far, though, scoring four goals in two games, and Isco is confident the Portugal global will be at his best for the visit of Spurs. It's true he hadn't scored many goals in the league so far this season but in the Champions League he has.

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"It was a matter of time; Cristiano is a lethal finisher", he said. The Spanish footballer has been in sublime form all season, registering his seventh clean sheet in just eight matches at Anfield and is widely adjudged to be the best at his trade in the world as many feel he has usurped Bayern keeper, Manuel Neuer.