The future of Cristiano Ronaldo

The following exclusive extracts are taken from the forthcoming The CR7 Project: Notes on the Evolution and De-Evolution of Cristiano Ronaldo, by Professor Calamity Flan, to be published in the first quarter of 2035.

April 3, 2018

Subject started against Juventus, away from home, in the first leg of quarter-finals of the Champions League. Subject scored two goals. The first was a self-made Type 4: Poacher’s Finish. Subject darted away from his marker and poked the ball home with the outside of his foot: not spectacular, but difficult, and made to look easy.

The second, by contrast, was profoundly spectacular, perhaps the finest and purest Type 9: Overhead Kick that this institution has ever recorded.

It is clear that even at his advanced age, the Subject retains his utility in the most testing environments. These goals were his 13th and 14th of the Champions League campaign; six more than any other player. It is clear, too, that the process of refinement that began several years ago has continued. The Subject is now a pure penalty-box player, and perhaps one of the best we’ve ever seen. The question for this project going forward

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