Price per head services saw that so far this season, the 28-year-old was in brilliant form for both club and country, scoring 33 times in all competitions, even though he missed Real’s last two games due to a thigh injury.
Last month, the Real Madrid and Portugal star scored a hat-trick in the second leg of Portugal’s World Cup play-off against Sweden, securing a 4-2 aggregate win, ensuring Portugal’s spot in the finals, and impressing pay per head services all over the world.
And pay per head services saw that when he spoke on Friday before the World Cup draw in Bahia, Real assistant Zidane praised the former Manchester United player for his performances this term.
“What Cristiano (Ronaldo) is doing speaks for itself, there is no need to speak,” he said.
“We speak a lot about him at the moment, but what he is doing on the pitch is monstrous.
“The proof for how well he is doing is in the game against Sweden, many people wrote Portugal off and he took the team into his own hands scoring a hat-trick.
“It is the demonstration of what he has been doing and seeing him train every day makes me proud.”
Pay per head services saw that Zidane did not want to name a favourite for the World Cup next year, but hopes that France – who he helped win in 1998 – will go far.
“It’s never easy to call a favourite at the World Cup, every team is favourite to win the World Cup,” he added.
“We’ve noticed in fact that the gap between European teams and South American teams has been reduced. I can’t name a favourite.
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“I don’t think France we’ll be too far away from the group of teams that always goes far in the tournament. I think it will be the usual teams that go far.”