Ronaldo Lands Prestigious Award in Dubai in Front of Screaming Fans as Stunning Photos Emerge
- Cristiano Ronaldo is currently in Dubai on holiday and the Manchester United forward has land an award of honor
- The Globe Soccer's top scorer award of all time was given to Cristiano Ronaldo in Dubai and the Portuguese was happy
- Ronaldo and his teammates at Manchester United and other Premier League clubs are currently on winter break
Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United om Friday evening, January 28, got honored in Dubai with the Globe Soccer's Top Scorer of all time award in front of awesome football fans.
There is no doubt about the fact that Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the best footballers on earth considering his records since he started playing football on the streets in Portugal.
In 1,104 games played so far in his career for clubs and the Portuguese national team, Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 803 goals which is an incredible achievement.
According to the report on UK Sun, Cristiano Ronaldo expressed happiness after winning the award in Dubai and he also thanked those who made the day possible for him.
Cristiano Ronaldo's reaction to the award
"Listen carefully. What I’m going to say, it's coming from the bottom of my heart. I didn’t expect this platform coming up, to see many people like this waiting for me.
"So, you guys are my motivation to play football. Without you guys, the football would be less. We’re guided by the fans.
"Just to feel that warmth, the love, it makes me feel so proud. I don’t have words to express myself more than that."
Cristiano Ronaldo sends angry and stunning direct message to Transfermarkt over valuation
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how football website Transfermarkt made Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo livid and the Portugal international had to send direct message to them over how he was valued then.
Transfermarkt was said to have published a picture in March 2020 showing a Jorges Mendes' XI of the best players the Portuguese agent represents.
As at that time, Cristiano Ronaldo was still playing for Italian giants Juventus and was valued around £62million which made the five-time Ballon d'Or winner angry.
Cristiano Ronaldo took his annoyance to the level of blocking Transfermarkt on Instagram and he was of the believe that they did not value him well.
Transfermarkt coordinator Christian Schwarz explained that Cristiano Ronaldo first asked question on the rationale used for them to value him.