This is the third time Cristiano Ronaldo has brought home the UEFA Player of the Year award, winning it in 2013/14 and 2015/16. It has been to some degree of progress for the Los Blancos man, changing from a left footed winger, embracing the touch-line and utilizing his burning pace to beat defenders to move all the more halfway, turning into a definitive goalscorer for Europe’s most embellished club.
He took things to another level when it truly checked, scoring an aggregate of 10 goals in the last three phases of the Champions League and 6 in his last four La Liga appearances to hold of Barcelona on the home front, including one on the last day against Malaga to help seal the title.
Ronaldo likewise set two records, becoming the first player to score 100 UEFA club competitions goals and after that the first to achieve 100 Champions League goals not as much as after seven days.
The Portuguese star’s numbers represent themselves. He has 25 goals in 29 appearances locally and 12 goals in 13 Champions League appearances, winning the UEFA Champions League, Spanish Liga and the FIFA Club World Cup with Real Madrid.
For most players, a plunge could be normal subsequent to winning the Champions League and Euro 2016 with a matter of months, yet Ronaldo exceeded expectations.
He was designated for UEFA Player of the Year alongside his old adversary Lionel Messi and veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon but Ronaldo proved to be the best.