Here are some of the facts about Ronaldo that you have rarely heard of.
Cristiano Ronaldo Facts on Personal Life
- Cristiano Ronaldo underwent major heart surgery at the age of 15.
- Ronaldo used to ask for a piece of hamburger in the streets of Madeira. His mother Maria Dolores used to work in another’s home for a living. And, his father Jose Dinis Aveiro was too alcoholic.
- In spite of, being a great athlete, he never drinks alcohol. And, he does not have any tattoos on the body. It is one of the most unpopular Cristiano Ronaldo facts.
- Furthermore, Cristiano Ronaldo is the first footballer to earn $1B.
- In fact, Cristiano Ronaldo is named after the famous president of the United States of America “Ronald Regan”.
Cristiano Ronaldo facts on Football
- He is the top scorer in the Champions League. And, he is leading the list with 134 goals.
- Cristiano Ronaldo is the only player who has scored a hattrick against Jan Oblak and Diego Semione’s manager career. In fact, Ronaldo has scored 4 hattricks against them.
- One of the most difficult to break Cristiano Ronaldo facts is that he is the top scorer of the champions league 7 times.
- Moreover, Cristiano Ronaldo is the only player to get the most valuable player award in three different leagues. ( Premier League/ La Liga/ Serie A). Moreover, he is the only active player to win the 5 champions league.
- Likewise, another Cristiano Ronaldo facts is that he is the only player to score a hattrick against Spain in the world cup.
Facts On Personal Life
Cristiano Ronaldo has 4 children. Cristiano Ronaldo Jr, twins Eva and Matteo, and Alana are the names of the kids. But, he never revealed the name of Cristiano Ronaldo Jr’s mother. It is suspense. But, some media and reporters say that Jr is from the surrogate mother. And, it is also one of the greatest Cristiano Ronaldo facts.
Ronaldo says that he wants to have more kids. In fact, Cristiano Jr also wants the same. And, Jr said that he wants more brothers. Also, Cristiano wants to make 7 babies as 7 is his favorite number. Source ESPN