Twenty years ago the world of football saw the birth of a star, on August 20, 14 towards his professional debut Cristiano Ronaldo.
The first minutes of the Portuguese would be with the Sporting de Portugal club, at the age of 17, when coach Laszlo Boloni gave him the opportunity to go out on the pitch.
From there, the career of one of the best footballers in history would begin, who has won five Champions Leagues, five Ballon d'Ors, a European Championship, among other awards.
The Portuguese is synonymous with success since throughout his career he won titles with his national team and in all the clubs, he had to defend.
Cristiano Ronaldo is the only player to have lifted the UEFA Champions League five times.
The Portuguese was crowned with Manchester United in 2008 and then with Real Madrid in 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018.
He accumulates passage through clubs such as Manchester United team with which he jumped into the world eye as one of the best gunners in the Premier League.
At Real Madrid, CR7 was one of the darlings of the white fans, a team with which he won 16 titles in 9 seasons.
He is currently the club's all-time top scorer with 451 goals.
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The Portuguese currently plays for Manchester United (Second Time), a team with which he is in the eye of the hurricane this season.