- Cristiano Ronaldo has missed out several awards since he made a summer move to Juventus in 2018
- The Portuguese captain has lost several individual awards to Lionel Messi and Luka Modric
- Ronaldo is also yet to win the top scorer award in the Champions League and Serie A in the last two years
Cristiano has managed to win just one individual award since he left Real Madrid for Juventus in the summer of 2018.
Spanish news media outlet Marca, the 35-year-old has missed out on 12 other accolades since his move to Turin.
During his nine-year spell at the Santiago Bernabeu, the Portuguese international scooped several personal awards in his name including four Ballons d'Or.
Though CR7's first season with Juventus ended in a league title and was named the best player in Serie A.
However, Ronaldo began to count his losses when he missed out in the 2018 Balon d'Or which was won by his former Los Blancos teammate Luka Modric.
And the 2019 edition of the accolade went to Lionel Messi despite not helping his team win the Champions League last season.
Another notable award missed by Ronaldo is the FIFA 'The Best' which was given to Modric and Messi in the last two years.
During Ronaldo's spell at the Spanish capital, he won two European Golden Boots awards but the 2019-20 season is definitely going to Bayern Munich's best player Robert Lewandowski.
Ronaldo also missed out on the 2019 Golden Boot award which was won by his eternal rival Messi for the third consecutive time.
The Champions League top scorer award is another nail-biting miss for the Portuguese star which he has won six times with Real and once with Man United.
But Ronaldo could not replicate his goal scoring form with Juve in the competition as Messi won it in 2019 and Lewandowski is looking good to win it this year.
The last two editions of the Uefa Player of the Year awards has been won by Modric and Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk as Ronaldo's name was conspicuously missing.
Ronaldo also lost out to Fabio Quagliarella in Serie A top scorer's chart last season and he is currently trailing Lazio's Ciro Immobile by six goals in the current campaign.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has been raking in millions despite the economic crisis as a result of the global pandemic.
The Juventus striker has now become the first football player to hit the $1billion mark and achievement envisaged a few weeks back.
According to Forbes, the 35-year-old earned a staggering $105m from June 1, 2019, to June 1, 2020 to achieve the feat.
However, Ronaldo earnings is second to tennis legend and multiple Grand Slam winner Roger Federer.
And the Portuguese icon is the third sportsman to hit the $1bn mark after golf ace Tiger Woods and undefeated boxing legend Floyd Mayweather.
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