Ronaldo (Brazil)

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Ronaldo (Brazil)
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ɗan Adam
jinsinamiji Gyara
ƙasar asaliBrazil Gyara
country for sportBrazil Gyara
sunan haihuwaRonaldo Luís Nazário de Lima Gyara
sunaLuis, Ronaldo Gyara
sunan dangide Lima, Nazario Gyara
pseudonymRonnie, Il Fenómeno Gyara
lokacin haihuwa22 Satumba 1976 Gyara
wurin haihuwaRio de Janeiro Gyara
harsunaPortuguese Gyara
sana'aassociation football player Gyara
matsayin daya buga/kware a ƙungiyaforward Gyara
award receivedWorld Cup Golden Ball, Ballon d’Or, Ballon d’Or Gyara
wasaƙwallon ƙafa Gyara
participant of1996 Summer Olympics, 2006 FIFA World Cup, 2002 FIFA World Cup, 1994 FIFA World Cup, 1998 FIFA World Cup Gyara
owner ofQ9555170 Gyara
official websitehttp://www.ronaldo.com/ Gyara

Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima (lafazi|ʁoˈnawdu ˈlwis nɐˈzaɾju dʒi ˈɫĩmɐ|; an haife shi a 18 September 1976),[1] anfi saninsa da Ronaldo, tsohon dan'wasan kwallon kafa ne na kasar Brazi, wanda ke buga bangaren gaba striker. Popularly dubbed O Fenômeno ("The Phenomenon"), ana ganinsa amatsayin daya daga cikin greatest football players of all time.[2][3][4][5] In his prime, he was known for his dribbling at speed, feints, and clinical finishing. At his best in the 1990s, Ronaldo starred at club level for Cruzeiro, PSV, Barcelona, da Inter Milan. Komawarsa zuwa Spain da Italy yasa yazama nabiyu bayan Diego Maradona, to break the world transfer record twice, all before his 21st birthday. Da kaiwarsa shekaru 23, yaci kwallaye sama da 200 ma kulub da kasarsa. Bayan share fiye da shekara uku batare da murza tamola ba, saboda knee injuries and recuperation mai tsanani, Ronaldo yakoma Real Madrid a 2002, which was followed by spells at A.C. Milan da Corinthians.

Ronaldo yayi nasarar lashe FIFA World Player of the Year in 1996, 1997 and 2002, the Ballon d'Or in 1997 and 2002, and the UEFA Club Footballer of the Year in 1998. He was La Liga Best Foreign Player in 1997, when he also won the European Golden Boot after scoring 34 goals in La Liga, and he was named Serie A Footballer of the Year in 1998. One of the most marketable sportsmen in the world, the first Nike Mercurial boots–R9–were commissioned for Ronaldo in 1998. He was named in the FIFA 100 list of the greatest living players compiled in 2004 by Pelé, and was inducted into the Brazilian Football Museum Hall of Fame and the Italian Football Hall of Fame.

Ronaldo played for Brazil in 98 matches, scoring 62 goals, and is the second-highest goalscorer for his national team, trailing only Pelé. At age 17, Ronaldo was the youngest member of the Brazilian squad that won the 1994 FIFA World Cup. At the 1998 World Cup, he received the Golden Ball for player of the tournament, helping Brazil reach the final where he suffered a convulsive fit hours before the defeat to France. He won a second World Cup in 2002 where he starred in a front three with Ronaldinho and Rivaldo. Ronaldo scored twice in the final, and received the Golden Boot as the tournament's top goalscorer. During the 2006 World Cup, Ronaldo scored his 15th World Cup goal, which was a World Cup record at the time. He also won the Copa América in 1997, where he was player of the tournament, and 1999, where he was top goalscorer.

Having suffered further injuries, Ronaldo retired from professional football in 2011. As a multi-functional striker who brought a new dimension to the position, he has been the outstanding influence for a generation of strikers that have followed. Post-retirement, Ronaldo has continued his work as a United Nations Development Programme Goodwill Ambassador, a position to which he was appointed in 2000. He served as an ambassador for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Ronaldo became the majority owner of La Liga club Real Valladolid in September 2018 after buying 51% of the club's shares.

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  1. According to Ronaldo: The Journey of a Genius (2005) by James Mosley, Ronaldo was born on 18 September, but was registered on 22 September
  2. Wilson, Paul (14 February 2011). "Ronaldo: In his pomp, he was a footballing force close to unstoppable". The Guardian. Retrieved 19 September 2015. 
  3. Kent, David (6 June 2014). "Zlatan Ibrahimovic hails Ronaldo as best player he has ever played against". Daily Mail. 
  4. Stevens, Andrew (25 November 2009). "Face to face with Zinedine Zidane". CNN. 
  5. "Ronaldo, a phenomenon in every sense". FIFA. 4 April 2012.