While most players of his vintage are playing at a lower level or have even retired, the Juventus star remains at the very pinnacle of his profession
If Christiano Ronaldo were like other Ballon d’Or winners, he would have hung up his boots by now, like Marco van Basten, Michael Owen or Zinedine Zidane, perhaps after a spell in MLS, like Kaka.
But Christiano Ronaldo is not like other Ballon d’Or winners.
Eleven years on from first being crowned the best player in the world, the Portugal international, who turned 34 on Tuesday, is showing no signs of slowing down.
At the end of 2019, he will once again be among the front-runners for football’s most celebrated individual prize, so impressive has his start been to life at Juventus, where record after record continues to tumble on his path towards immortality.
Culled from Goal.com except headline
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