Some say he was simply incomparable – Ronaldo Luis delima


It was always destined that Ronaldo Nazario De Lima  the boy from Bento Robeiro will succeed wherever he played his trade.

Ronaldo burst into the scenes in the early 1990’s his popular flop in France 98 speaks vividly of his prowess at that time, blessed with stamina pace and skills the tall slimy boy will go on to win the Ballon D’Or in thread consecutive fashion.

The perfect embodiment of the prime number 9 Ronaldo could dribble, score and decide the match from nowhere, he played for PSV Eindhoven in the Dutch  Eredivese where his scores 48 in just 47 appearances, the first leg striker to achieve such incredible feat, Ronaldo will represent Inter Milan , Barcelona , Ac Milan and Real Madrid.

Blessed with stamina and speed Ro also dominated la ligament with more than 39 goals in a season and due to financial challenges Inter Milan was the final destination of the Brazilian.

Dismissing concerns that his career was over, Ronaldo returned to competitive play in 2001. At the 2002 World Cup he scored eight goals to earn the Golden Shoe award as the tournament’s top scorer and helped Brazil win its fifth World Cup championship. He then announced that he was leaving Inter for Real Madrid of Spain. After much wrangling, Real agreed to pay a transfer fee of about $46.3 million. In 2002 Ronaldo was named both FIFA Player of the Year and European Footballer of the Year (an award he also had received in 1997). At the 2006 World Cup he scored three goals to bring his career total at the tournament to a record-setting 15 (a mark that was broken in 2014 by Germany’s Miroslav Klose).