Goals with History: Ronaldo

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NEWS | 07/09/2020

The Brazilian debuted as a Real Madrid player on October 6, 2002 and scored a double against Alavés at the Bernabéu.

The protagonist of this week in Goals with History it is Ronaldo. The Brazilian arrived from Inter Milan at Real Madrid in the summer of 2002, after winning the World Cup in Korea and Japan in which he was also the Golden Shoe. His debut in the white shirt was against Alavés in Santiago Bernabeu (5-2), in the match corresponding to the 5th day of League.

The striker jumped onto the pitch in the 63rd minute and after 32 seconds he made his debut as a scorer with the Real Madrid. Center Roberto Carlos and, after a chest check, Ronaldo He signed a goal of beautiful invoice that beat Dutruel. In the 78th minute, after a counterattack between Cambiasso and McManaman, the Brazilian finished the win and from that day earned the love of Santiago Bernabeu.

Career with Real Madrid
Ronaldo he scored 30 goals in his first campaign, of which 23 were in League, a competition that the Real Madrid would conquer in that 2002/03 season. In his career at the white club, he scored 104 goals in 177 games, and won 1 Intercontinental Cup, 2 Leagues and 1 Spanish Super Cup.



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