Cristiano Ronaldo training with the Portuguese team at the Bekker High School in Magaliesburg, South Africa. Portugal kick-off their World Cup campaign on Tuesday June 15 with their first round match against the Ivory Coast. (Pacific Coast News)
The image of Cristiano Ronaldo in shorts is familiar to any Real Madrid football fan, epsecially the ladies. Ronaldo is competing in the 2010 World Cup. He's the captain of Portugal's team. Cristiano Ronaldo in shorts, poolside. Cristiano Ronaldo
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We've even got pictures of Cristiano Ronaldo in shorts. Funny, but footballers tend to wear shorts on the pitch. In Ronaldo's case, he wears even shorter shorts off the pitch.Cristiano Ronaldo in short shorts:Cristiano Ronaldo doesn't heed the warnings, wears his short shorts anyway:C.Ronaldo can juggle in Nike shorts:Ronaldo dances with Pedro Mario (check it out, Mario's got 2 pairs of shorts!):Cristiano Ronaldo (in shorts) in mid-flight:Cristiano in Adidas shorts, can't remember where he placed the ball:A bit more about Cristiano Ronaldo, for the super fans...
Cristiano Ronaldo has only scored twice during the World Cup tournament. The first time came in 2006 in a Group Stage match against Iran. The second time happened on June 21, 2010 when Portugal defeated North Korea 7-0 in a Group Stage match. Cristiano Ronaldo
began his career as a youth player for Andorinha at the age of eight. His father was the kit man for Andorinha. He played for there for two years, before moving to Nacional. In 1997, had made the leap to the Sporting CP, the most well-known and well-regarded team in Portugal, where his talent made him an international sensation.Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal and Ismael Tiote of Ivory Coast battle for the ball during the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Group G match between Ivory Coast and Portugal at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on June 15, 2010 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. (Getty Images)more pics »