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From Kaka and Benzema to Talisca…Is Ronaldo selfish?

Ronaldo with Kaka, Benzema and Talisca

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The snapshot of Cristiano Ronaldo with his colleague in the Al-Nasr team, Talisca, repeated several positions for the Portuguese star, through which he supported his colleagues by giving them the opportunity to take the penalty kick, although he is always the first choice.

The “38-year-old” striker had given his colleague in the Saudi team the opportunity to take the penalty kick that Al-Nassr won against Abha, on Saturday, in the league competitions, after the result indicated a 1-1 tie, as Ronaldo equalized for Al-Nassr from A powerful shot via a free kick, which was his first goal at the stadium of his team, “Morsool Park”.

Ronaldo gave the ball to Talisca, who had not scored since his team’s match against Al-Fateh on February 3, after which he missed several matches due to injury.

And about Ronaldo’s shot and giving him the ball to pay the penalty kick, Talisca said that this reflects mutual respect, adding: We are one team that deals as a family, the most important thing for all of us is the team, and everything we do is for the benefit of the team.

In 2009, Real Madrid concluded high-caliber deals and included Ronaldo and the Brazilian Kaka, who won the 2007 Ballon d’Or, and the Portuguese top scorer imposed himself from the first matches, while Kaka suffered in the scoring aspect.

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In the fourth round of the Spanish League against Villarreal, and after Ronaldo scored the first goal for Real Madrid, the Spanish capital club won a penalty kick through Gonzalo Higuain, and everyone expected Ronaldo to take the kick in order to increase his record, but he handed over the ball to Kaka, to end the drought. The goal scorer for the Brazilian winger.

Xavi Alonso

In the same season, the Villarreal match, which was held in the second round, witnessed another gesture from the Portuguese, when Real Madrid was ahead by five goals against Villarreal, through Ronaldo and two goals each for Kaka and Higuain.

Three minutes before the end of the match, the team received a penalty kick, and Ronaldo was on his way to pay it, before the cameras captured a conversation that took place between him and his colleague Xavi Alonso, who asked to be given the opportunity to shoot because he did not score any goal, and he actually managed to score his first goal in the Real Madrid jersey. .

Sergio Ramos

In the 2010-2011 season, the Spanish defender, known for his attacking inclination, was unable to make his scoring mark until the 12th round of the League, when Real Madrid advanced with a double-goal against Athletic Bilbao, through Higuain and Ronaldo.

The team won a penalty kick in the 57th minute, which Ramos converted successfully, after his colleague Cristiano gave up his shot, and it was Ramos’ first goal in that season, and the first goal scored by the defender from the penalty mark since joining the White Club in the summer of 2005 from Seville.

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The match ended with five goals, after Ronaldo added the fourth and fifth goals.

Karim Benzema

The French striker suffered from a drought at the goalscoring level in the 2010-2011 season, as he had one goal in his account against Espanyol in the fourth round of the league, and he missed nearly two months from scoring.

After a goalless draw in the first leg, Real Madrid managed to score three goals against Mallorca in the King’s Cup through Granero, Higuain and Ronaldo, and the opponent narrowed the difference in the 81st minute, and four minutes before the end of the match, Real Madrid got a penalty kick.

Ronaldo, who scored his first goal in the King’s Cup at the time, waived the possibility of scoring the second goal and allowed Benzema to shoot in order to return to the scoring, and the match ended with five goals after Xavi Alonso strengthened the progress of the capital club.

The same scene was repeated in 2018, against Alaves at the Santiago Bernabeu. Ronaldo had the opportunity to score a “hat-trick” when Gareth Bale was fouled inside the penalty area in the final minutes of the match, but he left the ball to Benzema, who was struggling on the scoring side at the time.

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