They are at the top, but have experienced periods of doubt. Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi also have hard shots and they know how to bounce.
The past season, early January 2015, Lionel Messi made the “one” of most newspapers in Spain and England. In cold with Luis Enrique’s new coach at FC Barcelona, the Pulga started the year with, statistics, away from the mind-blowing accounting records that he had accustomed us to. Unlike his rival Cristiano Ronaldo, freshly decorated with a third gold ball title. Then, in a few weeks, everything turned upside down. The excess of confidence touched the Madrid, without preventing it from breaking the hut (58 achievements under the jersey of the Casa Blanca) and the Argentine finished the season in fanfare (53 goals in total with Barca). Melty tells you more. Also know that David Beckham has advised Cristiano Ronaldo about his future.
“In Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo lives these days the same situation as Messi at Barca but it seems that the concern is not putting in the capital,” entrusted the deputy director of the Spanish daily Mundo Deportivo. “By reading the Madrid newspapers, we can quickly realise that the situation described by our confreres is certainly not encouraging but far from being irreversible.” In difficulty for the current year, CR7 can find the antidote, like the Barcelona a few months ago.