The former Manchester United attacker admits he dreams of scoring a "PlayStation goal" and is refusing to rule out the possibility of actually managing the feat
The Portuguese superstar, 31, has netted over 500 career goals for club and country during his career but is continuing to strive for more memorable strikes.
Ronaldo admits his ideal goal is near-fantasy in its difficulty of execution but says he will try to make it happen one day.
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“I’ve scored a lot of beautiful goals," he told a press conference at the launch of his new aftershave.
"What I dream of doing is being able to score after beating all 11 opponents. It’s a PlayStation goal, I think it’s almost impossible to do, but we’ll see.”
Ronaldo won the Fifa Puskas Award for his vicious long-range strike against Porto in the Champions League in 2009, granted to the player judged to have scored the most aesthetically significant goal over the course of the previous 12 months.