Cristiano Ronaldo wants to win fifth and sixth Golden Boot
Cristiano Ronaldo said he wanted to win the Golden Shoe twice more before he resigns as the Real Madrid star gathered the prize for Europe’s top goal scorer for the fourth time. Ronaldo took the honor as the top scorer over Europe’s top groups in the 2014-15 season with 48 Primera Division goals, a count that beat his own past record best of 46 from the 2010-11 battle. Winning a fourth Golden Shoe implies Ronaldo has more than some other player ever, pushing forward of Barcelona star Lionel Messi, who has won the honor three times.
Talking in the wake of being given the trophy by Madrid president Florentino Perez at a function in the Spanish capital on Tuesday lunchtime, the 30-year-old told correspondents that he was dependably on the quest for more goals and more trophies.
“A fourth Golden Shoe is a major respect and value,” Ronaldo said. “This trophy is imperative for me. I am not satisfied. I generally want more – I need a fifth Golden Shoe, a 6th… for that, Real Madrid dependably wants to win trophies, and this year won’t be diverse. We want to win La Liga, the Champions League, the Copa del Rey. I trust we see one another again one year from now.”
Cristiano Ronaldo expressed gratitude toward his Madrid colleagues and therapeutic staff for their bolster last season.
“I have constantly gotten a kick out of the chance to buckle down, and clearly at a club like Real Madrid, with these players next to me, I have an opportunity to win prizes like this,” he said. “I want to thank my buddies, in light of the fact that without them I would not have the opportunity to win this trophy. Also, the physios and everybody who has assisted me with having a decent year physically.”
Ronaldo likewise had uncommon words for those in participation, including his child Cristiano Junior, agent Jorge Mendes, Madrid Coach Rafa Benitez and other family, companions and worthies.
“I want to thank everybody who has come here, the Portuguese diplomat, my mentor, my leader, Real Madrid’s fans,” he said. “I am glad Cristiano junior can see his dad, alive, winning this kind of thing. On account of my mom, my agents, my companions. This is a unique moment for me, and without a doubt for them as well.”
Ronaldo has scored 10 goals in 12 games for club and nation so far in 2015-16, with those strikes coming against only three rivals – Espanyol in La Liga, and Malmo and Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League.