Ronaldo wins fourth Golden Boot award

Ronaldo wins fourth Golden Boot award.

Cristiano Ronaldo has received a record fourth Golden Boot award in the wake of driving all scorers in Europe’s domestic league last season.

Ronaldo scored 48 goals in 35 Spanish league matches to claim his third Golden Boot playing for Real Madrid.

His other honor accompanied Manchester United in 2007-08. No other player has won four.

Ronaldo was went with at the function by his mom, his child, Madrid mentor Rafa Benitez, club president Florentino Perez and the Portuguese envoy to Spain.

Regardless of individual accomplishments, Ronaldo neglected to win any flatware with Real Madrid last season.

The 30-year-old Ronaldo turned into Madrid’s unequaled driving scorer on September 30 with 324 goals, surpassing Raul Gonzalez’s past imprint.

The Spanish club as of late held a service to lauded the striker’s accomplishment.

The 30-year-old received the prize during a ceremony at the Westin Palace Hotel in Madrid on Tuesday and he is determined to win even more silverware in the future.

“This is another great moment in my career. Receiving the fourth Golden Shoe is a great honour and a privilege,” Ronaldo said after receiving the award from club president Florentino Perez.

“But without my team-mates, I would not be able to win individual awards.

“I always want to win more. I want five, six or seven Golden Shoes if possible.

“Real Madrid are the biggest club in the world and we always have to win titles.

“I want the Champions League, La Liga and the Copa del Rey.”

Ronaldo will face stiff competition from the likes of  Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Robert Lewandowski, Aguero and Messi in the race for the next Golden Shoe.

He has netted only five goals this season in the La Liga 2015-16 and is trailing leader Lewandowski by seven  goals at this stage.

Ronaldo is yet to be at his best in this season for Real Madrid.