Cristiano Ronaldo’s Impact For Portugal In European Tournaments Shows Just How Good He Is
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Cristiano Ronaldo’s Impact For Portugal In European Tournaments Shows Just How Good He Is

Cristiano Ronaldo has drastically changed Portugal’s fortune on the international stage following his major competition debut in 2004. At 18, Ronaldo made his first senior appearance for Portugal in 2003. He was then called up for the UEFA Euro 2004, held in his home country. He weighed in with goals and assists as he guided…

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Diego Costa Driving A Rally Car Through A Dirt Track Proves He’s The Craziest Footballer
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Diego Costa Driving A Rally Car Through A Dirt Track Proves He’s The Craziest Footballer

Diego Costa’s certainly enjoying himself back in Brazil as he lives life to the fullest. The Atletico Madrid star has returned home following the end of the season and a video has circulated online of the Brazil-born striker recklessly driving a rally car through a dirt track. No f*cks given! Image: PA Even his teammates…

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Cristiano Ronaldo Asked Matthijs De Ligt To Snub Barcelona And Join Juventus Instead
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Cristiano Ronaldo Asked Matthijs De Ligt To Snub Barcelona And Join Juventus Instead

Cristiano Ronaldo might be the ultimate opportunist after trying to convince Matthijs de Ligt to move to Juventus over Barcelona. The 19-year-old Ajax captain has become one of the most sought-after stars in Europe and has been linked with the likes of Barcelona, Manchester United, Liverpool and Juventus. But the Portuguese superstar decided to have…

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Raging Vettel Replaces Hamilton’s Winner Board With Second Place Sign And Accuses Stewards Of ‘Stealing Race From Us’
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Raging Vettel Replaces Hamilton’s Winner Board With Second Place Sign And Accuses Stewards Of ‘Stealing Race From Us’

Sebastian Vettel was left furious at the Canadian Grand Prix result and accused stewards of “stealing” a victory from Ferrari. The German driver was so livid at the controversial five-second penalty which handed Lewis Hamilton a victory that he swapped the winner’s board in front of the Mercedes for a second-place sign. This season hasn’t…

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