No, its trebled against Atlético Madrid last week was not an accident. He proved it Saturday afternoon by giving victory to Real Madrid by registering a saving double (2-1). In Dante conditions, the Real has foiled but was able to count on his nugget to get out of this quagmire. That’s all we expect from CR7. If this doubled offered success to his club and an advance of seven points on Barca (which counts one less match), he also allowed Cristiano to become the new Pichichi of La Liga. Author of 10 goals, CR7 dominates Leo Messi and Luis Suarez who share second place with eight achievements. Five players, including Antoine Griezmann, have six achievements and point to third place. But back to Cristiano. Since his return to the competition on September 10, cricket has played 15 matches and has found the way to the Nets 12 times (ten times in La Liga and twice in the Champions League).
Proof of his return in shape, his last eight goals were scored in his last six matches. On average, since six meetings, he scored a goal every 67.5 minutes according to figures revealed by Ace. Not bad, huh? With a (big) coup de Collier, the Portuguese could even beat his scoring record scored in a calendar year that remains stuck at 69 since 2013. Cricket only has to register 18 goals on his six remaining outputs before 2017 (seven if Real qualifies for the World Club final). We’re not going to hide it, it’s going to be hot, but we can be sure that this is his goal, and that he will do everything to achieve it.