Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo consistently numbers among the best players in the game, and usually contends alongside Lionel Messi for the very top footballer in the world.
His recent form at his club has confirmed the notion of a otherworldly Ronaldo, as the Portuguese megastar has dominated in the goalscoring category. A brace in a Real’s 5-0 win over Levante increased his goal tally to 10 in the past four La Liga games.
Calling the Sporting CP youth product’s form “impossible”, Los Blancos boss Carlo Ancelotti was extremely supportive and certainly pleased with the performance of his go-to player.
“What Ronaldo does is impossible,” Ancelotti said at a press conference, according to Goal.com. “He has to continue with his condition and we will help to keep it that way.”
Meanwhile, Ancelotti harped on the team’s mental and physical condition for a cause of their triumphs, with Real winning seven-straight matches following a disappointing loss at the hands of Atletico Madrid on Sep.13.
“We’re on a good run but we have to remember that behind the goals is sacrifice, hard work and concentration. There are no goals without sacrifice and concentration. The best understand that. We’ve come here in good physical and mental condition.”
“The players have shown they are a very competitive squad. Physically they’re all good and they’re motivated.”
Ronaldo has unsurprisingly been a large contributor to his team’s victorious ways, and even though Ancelotti’s crew sits four points behind Barcelona in the league table, Madrid’s competitiveness has nearly matched that of their dynamic counterparts as of late.