19 May 2024
Ronaldo and his transformation into a penalty area killer 1

Ronaldo and his transformation into a penalty area killer 1

Originally a winger rich in speed and skill in passing, Cristiano Ronaldo gradually became a sharp assassin within 16m50.

In Ronaldo’s first season with Real Madrid – 2009-2010, the number of goals scored in the 16m50 area only accounted for 33% of the total goals he scored.

Cristiano Ronaldo 2017

Ronaldo doesn’t seem to care whether people call him a striker or a winger.

Ronaldo did not say clearly what he really wanted.

At the beginning of the 2016-2017 season, the French coach decided to meet each player individually and talk to them about their plans for the whole season.

Ronaldo and his transformation into a penalty area killer

Agreement with Zidane on playing time and rest schedule is an important catalyst for Ronaldo to flourish.

As a result, not only did he score 88% of goals in the penalty area, 71% of Ronaldo’s goals were also done with just one touch.

Not only transformed into a player of the 16m50 area, Ronaldo also became a comprehensive striker, knowing how to distribute energy at the right time.

Fans only saw Ronaldo play 74% of the minutes in La Liga this season (2,544 out of a total of 3,420 maximum minutes).

Ronaldo and his transformation into a penalty area killer

Ronaldo took his killer instinct to a new level by moving to play more in the 16m50 area.

Thanks to saving energy from La Liga, Ronaldo conceded 10 times in just the last five matches of the Champions League, making a huge contribution to Los Blancos’ historic championship defense.

Zidane’s help as well as Ronaldo’s change in perception contributed to creating one of the best goal scorers in the history of world football.

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