3 Best Goals of Ronaldo’s Career

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the greatest of all time. Cristiano Ronaldo has scored many wonderful goals during his legendary career. He scored some impossible free-kick from a long distance. He has won five ballon d’ors and four golden boots in his career. He has won the 2009 FIFA Puskás Award (the best goal of the year award). Here are the three best goals of his career.

3. Arsenal vs Manchester United, Ucl semi-finals (2008-09)

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the greatest of all time. He scored an impossible free-kick against Arsenal in the Champions League semi-final (second leg) on 5 May 2009. Ronaldo himself won the free-kick. It was over 40 yards from the goal. Ronaldo beat former Arsenal goalkeeper Manuel Almunia with his knuckleball freekick at the Emirates Stadium. They went on to face Barcelona in the 2008-09 Champions League final but were unable to retain their UCL title. But the semi-final game would be remembered for two outstanding goals from Ronaldo.

2. Manchester United Vs Porto, UCL quarter-finals (2008-09)

It was 2009, Ronaldo’s last and one of the best years for Manchester United. While the odds were already against Man–Utd. Porto had never lost at home to English opposition at the time and had beaten Arsenal in the group stage that season. But just six minutes into it, Ronaldo showed exactly why he was set to be one of the all-time greats with an extraordinary free-kick into the top corner. Ronaldo had produced an absolute screamer to make it 1-0 and bag a crucial away goal for his side, 1-0 up and 3-2 up in the tie. Ronaldo also said it was the best goal he had ever scored at that time. Former Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson described it as ‘magnificent’ and ‘sensational’. Cristiano Ronaldo was the winner of the 2009 FIFA Puskás Award for this goal.

1. Real Madrid Vs Juventus, UCL quarter-finals (2017-18)

Remember the date, April 3, 2018, Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo scored an impressive bicycle-kick goal against Juventus in the Champions League quarter-final away. One of the greatest goals in Champions League history. Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal helped his former club Real Madrid beat Juventus in the quarter-final and they won their third consecutive Champions League title. Ronaldo became the first player to score in ten consecutive Champions League games. Three months after the epic goal vs Juventus, he joined them. Cristiano Ronaldo later revealed that he was overwhelmed by the reaction of the Juventus fans after his goal and it played a huge part in his moving to Turin. Ronaldo said in an interview, “It was the best goal in my career so far, it was an unbelievable moment and of course, when the people start to applaud me in the stadium I was like, ‘wow’.” “It surprised me a lot because this has never happened in my life, so it was an unbelievable moment.”

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