Ronaldo scored over-head kick in training before the Juventus match

Ronaldo scored over-head kick in training before the Juventus match

Ronaldo scored over-head kick in training before the Juventus match

Ex-England and Manchster defender Rio Ferdinand tweeted: "The opposing fans in the stadium applauding the great Cristiano after the bicycle kick and rightly so".

Cristiano Ronaldo says his ovation from Juve fans was a "beautiful".

There's no other way to describe what he pulled off during the first leg of Real Madrid's Champions League quarterfinal matchup at Juventus.

Gianluigi Buffon pulled off a fantastic save to deny Lucas Vazquez but the move continued and Ronaldo leaped acrobatically into the air with his back to goal and smashed the ball into the bottom right corner.

"However, LA Galaxy player, Zlatann Ibrahimovic, still believe Ronaldo's goal is not worth the hype it is receiving as he said in an interview". The Portuguese global burst onto the world stage as a promising young winger with Manchester United before morphing into the goal scoring cyborg we continue to see with Real Madrid today.

Just when everyone thought the Portuguese had done it all, he produced a strike in Real's 3-0 Champions League quarter-final, first leg win at Juve on Tuesday that was astonishing even by the standards of his remarkable career.

The striker scored all four goals for his country in a 4-2 win over the Three Lions in Stockholm.

"Up until their second goal, we had defended very well and allowed Real very little", Allegri said.

Marcelo bundled in a third goal in the 72 minute after a one-two with Ronaldo.

"Which was better, that goal or my volley (for Real) in the Champions League final against Bayer Leverkusen (in 2002)?" Not Ronaldo, though, and we should have seen it coming for one key reason.

"We saw what Ronaldo is and always has been - a player of an extraordinary level who along with Leo Messi is achieving the greatest heights", said Buffon. "I want to thank all the Italians who were here in the stadium and applauded me". "I tried it today and it came off". "Normally when you try to do an overhead kick you don't hit the ball well, but here you can't even understand how he took it. So, for me, [there is] no reason for him to go anywhere", Rush claimed.

The statistics are impressive.

This year he established a new record by scoring in 10 consecutive Champions League matches, for a total of 38 goals in 34 matches for Real Madrid this year.

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