الأحد، 22 يناير، 2017
السبت، 21 يناير، 2017
Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos gave yet another demonstration of his attacking talents by grabbing both goals in his side's 2-1 win over Malaga on Saturday to notch up 50 career goals in La Liga.
The Spain international is famed for his late, decisive goals, including in the 2014 Champions League final, the 2016 UEFA Super Cup and against arch-rivals Barcelona last month, although against Malaga he made his mark in the first half.
The captain leapt to send a crashing header into the top corner in the 35th minute and eight minutes later got the final touch to another whipped set-piece cross from Toni Kroos to double Real's lead.
Ramos is Real's third-top-scoring defender of all time in all competitions with 66 goals, and is just two shy of Roberto Carlos in second, although he has some way to go before reaching Hierro's 127 goals for the Merengues.
Said England striker Wayne Rooney "We have had some incredible strikers here at Old Trafford and they have scored a lot of goals, but it has been fairly obvious for a while now that Wayne Rooney was going to be the one likeliest to break my record, and now that day has come, I would be lying to say that I'm not disappointed to have lost the record. However, I can honestly say that I'm delighted for
Wayne. He deserves his place in the history books.
"He is a true great for club and country, and it is fitting that he is now the highest goalscorer for both United and England. It has been great to watch him every week since his arrival at Old Trafford in 2004; he set the tone with a wonderful hat-trick on his debut and he has thrilled us all in the years since, going on to enjoy
a hugely successful career.
Rooney had been tied on 249 goals
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