Cristiano Ronaldo's trophies: The 15 Real Madrid titles he's won

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The Portugal superstar fired Real to victory in the Club World Cup final... what other honours has he swept up at the Bernabeu?

  1. Copa del Rey, 2010-11

    Ronaldo would have to wait until his second season at Real to taste silverware, and he was utterly fundamental to their Copa del Rey triumph. Scoring in every game, bar each leg of the semi-final against Atletico, Ronaldo sealed the deal in a tight, tetchy final against Barcelona with a 103rd minute goal, opening the trophy floodgates.

  2. La Liga, 2011-12

    In a simply staggering season, Ronaldo scored 46 league goals - 60 overall - as Real swept all before them. They lost just twice - to Levante and Barcelona - with Ronaldo as their frightening spearhead.

  3. Supercopa de Espana, 2012

    Fresh from their title victory the previous year, Real faced Copa del Rey holders, and bitter rivals, Barcelona in the Supercopa, and won on away goals. A 3-2 loss at Camp Nou - in which Ronaldo scored - was followed by a 2-1 win at the Santiago Bernabeu. Ronaldo opened the scoring, as Real held on for a victory via away goals.

  4. Copa del Rey, 2013-14

    Ronaldo's most recent Copa del Rey win came in 2014 when they defeated Barcelona 2-1 in the final. Although it was Real Madrid team-mate Gareth Bale who was the hero in the final on this occasion, Ronaldo scored three goals in the competition including two against Atletico Madrid in the semi-finals.

  5. Champions League, 2013-14

    In one of the most outrageous personal European campaigns, Ronaldo scored a staggering 17 goals in 11 games as Real won La Decima, only failing to find the net in the semi final first leg against Bayern Munich (he was injured against Galatasaray, and on the bench in the 2-0 loss to Borussia Dortmund). His two goals in the second leg, however, were invaluable to Real, who went on to beat Atletico Madrid 4-1 in the final.

  6. UEFA Super Cup, 2014

    After their historic Champions League triumph, Real were matched with the Europa League winners, Sevilla, in the UEFA Super Cup. An emotional encounter for Gareth Bale, as the final took place in his native Wales, Ronaldo would again steal the headlines, scoring both goals in a 2-0 win.

  7. Club World Cup, 2014

    Never has a tournament so prestigious been so easy to win. While you may have to win the Champions League to qualify as a European entrant, Real cruised to victory in Morocco, beating Cruz Azul 4-0 and San Lorenzo 2-0. They were so good, Ronaldo didn't even have to score.

  8. Champions League, 2015-16

    Yet again spearheading the charge in Europe, Ronaldo scored 16 goals in just 12 appearances, including a four-goal haul in an 8-0 group stage mauling of Malmo. Perhaps one of his most important performances for Real came in the quarter-finals, as he scored a hat-trick against Wolfsburg to give his side a 3-0 win, overturning a 2-0 first leg deficit in the process. Ronaldo also, of course, netted the winning penalty in the final, after a tense 1-1 draw with Atletico.

     

  9. UEFA Super Cup, 2016

    Real beat Sevilla 3-2 in a pulsating final, but Ronaldo was not needed. Sidelined with a knee injury, the Portugal superstar watched on as Zinedine Zidane's men added another trophy to their burgeoning cabinet.

  10. Club World Cup, 2016

    Real were made to work in the Club World Cup this time. Jetting to Yokohama to play, they breezed past America 2-0 in the semi-finals but were met with stubborn resistance by Kashima Antlers in the final. The Japanese side took a 2-1 lead in the 52nd minute, but Ronaldo restored parity, and then netted twice in extra time to complete his hat-trick, and Real's triumph.

  11. La Liga, 2016-17

    Their first title since 2011-12, Real pipped Barca to the post by just three points, and, of course, Ronaldo scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Deportivo La Coruna on the decisive last day. In a quite ridiculous season, Real and Barca both scored over 100 goals, with Real unable to beat Lionel Messi and Co in their two Clasico meetings.

  12. Champions League, 2016-17

    Another amazing season saw Ronaldo score 13 goals in 12 games as Real completed a hat-trick of Champions League successes. A clutch player, in American Football parlance, is one who scores at moments when they are most needed, and Ronaldo did just that throughout the campaign, most notably scoring five over two legs against Bayern Munich, as well as twice in the 4-1 final victory over Juventus.

  13. Supercopa de Espana, 2017

    In one of his more controversial outings for Real, Ronaldo scored in the first leg Supercopa de Espana win over Barcelona, and was then sent off for two yellow cards. After netting a trademark finish in the 3-1 victory, Ronaldo was booked for taking off his shirt while celebrating, and then received a second yellow card just two minutes later for a dive. Suspended for the second leg, Real recorded a 2-0 win.
  14. UEFA Super Cup, 2017

    In an encounter with former club Manchester United, Real breezed past ex-manager Jose Mourinho and his men in Macedonia, recording a 2-1 win thanks to goals from Casemiro and Isco. Having just recovered from an injury lay-off, Ronaldo came on as a substitute in the 83rd minute, only narrowly missing an injury-time header.

  15. Club World Cup, 2017

    Again needed to dig Real out of a sticky situation, Ronaldo scored the winner in both Club World Cup encounters in the United Arab Emirates, first beating Al Jazira 2-1 in the semi-final, before overcoming Brazilian side Gremio in the showpiece.