Pictures Gallery: Best Captured moments of the match against Malmo FF
There is no such thing as a dead-elastic for Cristiano Ronaldo. There are no diversions that don’t make a difference, there is no making an insincere effort. Real Madrid’s last group match against Malmo FF was immaterial in as much as they were at that point through as gathering champs, however, the Portuguese striker scored four in the group’s 8-0 win over the Swedes. Ronaldo turned into the first player to score 11 goals in the group phase of the Champions League with an 11-moment second-half cap trap and afterward turned out to be just the fourth player in the club’s history to score four in a European match. Just Ferenc Puskas, Alfredo Di Stefano, and Hugo Sanchez had overseen it sometime recently. Previous scoring legend Raul never did. He was in the Santiago Bernabeu to see Ronaldo compose more history.
The Frenchman has a lot of off-the-field issues, yet they don’t appear to be influencing his exhibitions on the pitch. He has now scored 12 goals in 11 amusements and 46 goals in 77 Champions League matches for Real Madrid. Ronaldo made the first goal for him with a cross from the left which Isco neglected to wrap up. The ball rushed to Benzema and for the 6th time this season the Frenchman opened the scoring for his team. The second goal originated from an old-school Ronaldo rundown the privilege that completed with him intersection to the penalty spot where Benzema moved over the Malmo barrier to control a header past Johan Wiland. Be that as it may, there was no ceasing his free-kick on 38 minutes. The set piece was to one side hand side of the penalty zone and Malmo picked a two-man divider. That inquisitive choice looked foolish when Real Madrid’s record-breaking record scorer bubbled the free-kick past it. The ball ricocheted just before Wiland and hit the back of the net for 3-0. It was just Ronaldo’s sans fourth kick goal in his last 97 endeavors. His prosperity proportion is really poor, however, the set-pieces are terrific when they fall off. Kovacic pummeled in the seventh on 70 minutes and Malmo simply needed to go home. Madrid showed no benevolence however and when Benzema got the eighth it finished his cap trap and the Swedes’ wretchedness.
Here’s the best captured moments of the match against Malmo FF: (In Slides)