Portugal 3-3 Spain

Cristiano Ronaldo signed the check to the Spanish taxmen with 3 goals


RRonaldo settled a tax fraud claim moments before the match started against Spain, but the greatest fraud was to see Cristiano scoring a penalty and an impossible free-kick in another match heavily influenced by set-pieces. Ronaldo, “Penaldo”, the man that tries to score more goals from free-kicks than most teams shoot variedly throughout the whole match, was simply scintillating with a Lebron James’ performance. Pace, Passing, Shooting, Vision, Awareness, Stamina, Strength, Skill, are some of the items portrayed in the Picasso’s that Ronaldo drew today. The World’s best player is chasing the World Cup title to amass further the already infinite accolades he holds individually and in terms of clubs/nation.

  1. Sochi witnessed the ingenious performances by both nations that ended up with a potential lucrative and electrifying 3-3 draw.

    Nacho started on the wrong foot by committing a non-sense penalty on the World’s best player and then, later he was making amendments with that same situation as he scored a screamer to put Spain ahead 3-2 with three minutes to go.

  2. While we were trying to spot Will Smith in the stands, we could not see either Nicky Jam or Era Istrefi as they the World Cup was getting ready to “Live it up” to the expectations of the greatest competition in the world of sport. So, we look at the social media, and guess what we find?
    Loris Karius casting David de Gea for the upcoming Concussion II produced by Will Smith. De Gea was the same athlete that most of the media was hyped about. The Manchester’s award winning player, was conferring Ronaldo an open invitation to return to Old Trafford.
  3. When you don’t bite like Suarez, you can always fight like Diego Costa. Round 1, goal, Round 2 goal. He is the greatest fighter of the Mortal Kombat version of football, where his clinical finishing ability is potentially the greatest asset that Spain has in this tournament.

    Fisht Stadium celebrated the best match of the competition or at least so far, in an event cherished with surprises in every single match carrying multiple cultures inside of a “small eclectic space”.

  4. You want culture, then, what you want is a pop-star and because you cannot get Ibrahimovic, you will get another star, Ronaldo…Unlike the branding attached to Royal, the Ronaldo’s 45th attempt to score from a direct free-kick in his World Cup and Euro jointly adventures, was worth of an Oscar. The same accolades that he gets at his club, Real Madrid, he looks ready to obtain for his nation, Portugal.

    What’s bigger? Real Madrid or Spain?
    Make sure to ask Julen Lopetegui that question…

  5. Portugal 3-3 Spain
    (C Ronaldo ’4 pen | ’44 | ’88 ; D Costa ’24 | ’55 | Nacho ’58)