- Cristiano Ronaldo Jr beat his fellow student to a prestigious award in school
- The seven-year-old struck a pose with the award outside a gate with his grand mother
- However, Real Madrid superstar is expected to be in action for his side when they battle Malaga in Sunday's Spanish League encounter
- The Portuguese is also eyeing another Champions League title as well as another goal record, as he currently holds the top scorer award for this season (15 goals)
Cristiano Ronaldo junior has begun to emulate his father by winning awards for the best marker in his school.
The Real Madrid superstar posted the picture of the seven-year old outside of a white gate with some vehicles at the background standing by his grandma.
And in the post accompanying the picture, Ronaldo congratulated his first son for the feat he achieved after beating his classmates to the award.
“Cristiano was the best marker in the school! Congratulations son!.” CR7 posted on his social media handle
This is not the first time the youngster will be winning individual awards at his age as the young boy was won the top goalscorer award for his youth team sometime in June, 2017.
Cristiano Jr might be on his way to progress as he has also started to work hard like his father, and earlier this month, he struck the pose of his father’s iconic goal celebration.
Meanwhile, his father scored the lone goal that powered his side to the semifinal of the UEFA Champions League stage despite losing 3-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday, April 11.
Should they win the title this May, Ronaldo would have successfully helped Los Blancos to win four UCL titles since he arrive the club almost 10 years ago.
He also has five Ballon d’Or awards to his credit while he remains Madrid’s highest goal scorer with 448 goals and has won a total of 15 titles with the club.
This season, the Portugal international has scored 41 goals in 38 matches in all competitions – while his Champions League tally was taken to 15 goals after his lone goal against Juve this week.
Ronaldo is Real Madrid’s top scorer with 17 goals in a single season, and he has a chance to set a new record this season when he leads the Galacticos’ attack against Bayern Munich in the semifinal of their European elite club competition later this month.
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