Cristiano Ronaldo continues in the fight for the Golden Ball

Cristiano Ronaldo is back to his best scoring version just in the week of the Classic. The Portuguese did not look the same after finishing the last league (46 goals in 38 games) and after showing a great level at the Euro 2012. He had scored only 3 goals in 5 league matches and saw himself walk away from the fight for the Spanish Top Scorer (Pichichi) and the Golden Boot (Messi had scored 6 goals and Falcao 7). But against Deportivo made ​​a hat-trick and reached the second place at the top scorer table, equaling Messi, who has two games without scoring, and a goal from Atletico's player, who last weekend did not score either.

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates a hat-trick against Deportivo
Cristiano Ronaldo after scoring against Deportivo

In total, he has collected nine goals in nine matches and has reached the same numbers as last season. This Cristiano's growth comes to Real Madrid with one week to go to the Camp Nou in order to close the gap with Barcelona to five points. And Cristiano Ronaldo has already scored 8 goals against Barcelona in 15 games. No doubt that is one of his favorite victims.

In addition, the Portuguese player has commented to his familiar people that he wants to face Barcelona, flip the situation in the league and win a new assault in the battle with Messi for the Ballon d'Or. He thinks he can still win this award. "It is to be decided" he confessed. Last season, the Real Madrid player turned the scale in his favor. Messi scored more goals than Cristiano (82 by 69, adding the goals with his national teams), but Real Madrid won the Spanish League and Cristiano scored a goal in the Nou Camp which gave them the victory and sealed the title. The former Barcelona player, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, talked to Eurosport TV, and commented about this struggle: "On a personal level, Messi had a great season, but did not win much with his team. It is time to see another player winning the trophy".

Cristiano Ronaldo, in just over three years, has become one of the best players in the history of Real Madrid. On Sunday, came into the top ten scorers the white team, equaling the legendary Amancio, although 'El Brujo' played 14 seasons in the Bernabeu Stadium. The Portuguese, in just over three years, has 155 goals in 153 matches (in Manchester got ​​118 in 292 official meetings) and with the best average in history (1.01 goals per match), ahead of legends like Puskas (0.93), Di Stefano (0.77) and Pahiño (0.86).

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