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This day in history of Ronaldo


Pictures of Celta : Real Madrid

Real Madrid anuncia balanço da temporada 2002/2003

Real Madrid visita o Celta de Vigo no Campeonato Espanhol

Celta 0:2 Real Madrid


El Madrid busca ante el Celta afianzarse fuera de casa en un duelo con color europeo

Raúl y Ronaldo funcionan en el estadio de Balaídos

Celta 0:2 Real Madrid

"Реал" предложил Абрамовичу заплатить 200 млн. за Роналдо

"Реал" едет в гости, к голодному до побед, Александру Мостовому

Celta 0:2 Real Madrid

Celta 0:2 Real Madrid


Video: Ronaldo's Gol to Betis (Oct'16)


Pruebas para el Dínamo: Helguera, en la zaga; Guti y Zidane, pivotes

Ronaldo, recuperado

Día de visitas: el Masters Series y la Peńa Madridista Rusa

Previa Champions: El Madrid no puede fallar ante el Dinamo Kiev

Edgy Real desperate to end doubts against Kiev

"Реал" сыграет против киевского "Динамо" в ослабленном составе

Гути, Сальгадо и Рональдо вернулись к тренировкам

Роналдо в порядке

В гостях у Мадрида сегодня... Фан клуб "Реала Мадрида" в России "Peńa Madridista Rusa"!!!

CL Preview: Madrid seek to impress Kiev; Leverkusen look to regain form

Selection doubts dog García Remón


Com pé imobilizado, Ronaldo pede para se tratar no Brasil

Real tenta manter recuperação mesmo sem Ronaldo




Madrid's Ronaldo out of Rosenborg Champions League clash

Real look to continue revival without Ronaldo


Segundo jornal italiano, Ronaldo está curado e volta dia 31

"Selecao" siegt ohne Ronaldo


Ronaldo: El mejor artillero de la década

Ronaldo: Finest striker of the decade


Фотки: Роналдо на утренней тренировке | Treino da manhã. Ronaldo. Fotos

Видео: Роналдо на вчерашней тренировке | Edno deve substituir Ronaldo no Corinthians contra o Sport. Video

Sport Recife 2-0 Corinthians. Full time!

Sob forte calor, Timão é derrotado no Recife

Mano: “derrota não aconteceu por acomodação”

Чемпионат Бразилии. 30-й тур. "Коринтианс" без Роналдо будет играть против "Спорт-Ресифи"

«Фламенго» остановил «Палмейрас»

Палмейрас не в форме, а Петкович забивает с углового


Зидан и Роналдо бросают вызов бедности



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Record in his sights before Ronaldo waves goodbye

For the first time in his career this Wednesday, Brazil striker Ronaldo spoke about retiring from international football after the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™.
"It will be my fourth World Cup and I need to step aside and give other players a chance," declared the 28-year-old Real Madrid ace during his team's trip to Los Angeles, where he also outlined his ambition to win his third FIFA World Cup following triumphs in 1994 and 2002.

But even if natural superstition led him to avoid the subject, there is another target for Ronaldo to try and reach before bowing out of the international arena: to become the highest scorer in the history of the FIFA World Cup.

Some records seem to be frozen in time, for all intents and purposes unbeatable. That is certainly true of Frenchman Just Fontaine's incredible 13 strikes at the 1958 FIFA World Cup in Sweden, and surely no one will ever better Pele's feat of scoring in four separate FIFA World Cups (six goals in 1958, one in 1962, one in 1966 and four in 1970).

However, with 12 goals in 14 finals appearances so far (four in 1998 and eight in 2002), Ronaldo needs to hit the back of the net just three more times in Germany to streak ahead of the competition in the overall scoring charts. And he could also become only the second player after Pele to lift the much-coveted trophy on three occasions.

For the time being, though, the goalscorers' holy grail is held by Der Bomber, Germany's Gerd Muller, whose total of 14 strikes (ten in 1970 and four in 1974) puts him clear of Just Fontaine (13 in 1958) and Pele and Ronaldo on 12 apiece.

1998-2002: the wilderness years
Beyond the raw statistics, one can only salute the talent and courage of a player who has had more than his fair share of injury problems over the years, and who has always found the mental and physical resources to bounce back.
A world champion at 17 in 1994, when he did not play a game, the exciting young prodigy of Brazilian football soon had the whole of Europe at his feet. He netted 42 goals in two seasons with PSV Eindhoven and added a further 34 in one campaign with Barcelona to earn himself FIFA World Player of the Year titles in 1996 and 1997.

Nobody realised it then, but the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France marked the start of a whole series of problems that threatened to curtail his career. First of all was the illness he suffered on the morning of the final against France, which, for all his brave determination to play on, clearly lessened his impact and destabilised the entire team. Then he was struck down with two serious knee injuries requiring major surgery - the first on 21 November 1999 (a ruptured rotular tendon in his right knee) and the second on 12 April 2000 (same knee, similar problem), which eventually kept him on the sidelines for 17 months.

'The greatest goal of my career'

As a result, he had played just over 20 matches in two years on the eve of the 2002 FIFA World Cup in Korea/Japan, but he was thrilled to be able to take part. "I'm not going to go on about the years of suffering I've been through. I just kept working and working so that I could play again. In fact, you really can't imagine how hard I've worked, so to have made it back is by a long the way the greatest goal I've scored in my entire career," a reborn Ronaldo explained at the time. By the time the tournament was over, the Brazilian had grabbed eight goals, including two in the final against Germany, and he walked away with the Golden Boot as top scorer.

"I worked for two and a half years to be there," he added on the night of the final. "Every time I walk on to a pitch and every time I score is a victory in itself. In that sense, even if I hadn't been world champion I would have been happy. But having won the World Cup is one of the most wonderful things that has ever happened to me."
And the longer it went on, the more 2002 became a dramatic turning point for the reinvigorated star. His FIFA World Cup triumph aside, he sealed a dream transfer to Real Madrid, picked up the Toyota Cup and was once again crowned FIFA World Player of the Year. "You could say it was an incredible year," he enthused. "Someone could make a Hollywood film about it."

If his gamble pays off and he hits at least three goals in Germany on his way to a third global crown, Ronaldo will write a new chapter in the history of the game and leave the stage with his legendary status assured. And all that before his 30th birthday.


22.07.2005 06:21 +0400

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Роналдо - 41 лет. Гражданство: Бразилия. - Двукратный чемпион мира - 1994, 2002; - Двукратный чемпион Испании - 2003, 2006.
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