Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo went on to step up to the plate once again, as he helped his side go on and beat Czech Republic by one goal to nil in the quarter finals of the Euro 2012.
The Real Madrid super start started off the competition on the back foot, as he failed to score a goal in his opening two games.
In the game against Germany, he seemed to have gone missing and failed to be a real threat to his opponents.
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Cristiano Ronaldo told Real Madrid what they wanted to hear when he reacted to Portugal’s Euro 2008 exit with a clear indication of what he has in mind for his future. Ronaldo was careful never to mention the words Real or Madrid w... Read Post