Cristiano Ronaldo back in full training for Portugal

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Breaking News: Cristiano Ronaldo back in full training for Portugal has resumed first team training with the Portuguese side.
The Portuguese captain and the Real Madrid star complained of pain in his right hip. After missing out on two training sessions with the Portuguese team, Ronaldo is now deemed to be match fit.
Ronaldo has been a crucial figure for not only Real Madrid but also the Portuguese national team. Being the Portuguese captain, Ronaldo is always expected to perform at his best. However, after missing out on two training sessions, he is back training with
the first team which definitely boosts the confidence of the Portuguese national side. are going to face Denmark on Tuesday. The game is going to be important for the European Giants and the inclusion of Cristiano Ronaldo in the team was crucial.
Portugal currently have 13 points from 6 games in the Group H of Euro 2012 qualifiers. in the first team, it is expected that Denmark are going to lose the game.
Ronaldo has been a goal scoring since starting his career at Manchester United. However, he has been playing under Jose Mourinho for more than one year now.
While playing under Mourinho, Ronaldo has shown that he is not only a prolific goal scorer but also an amazing play maker. He has shown that he can become a team player even with the amount of individual skill which he possesses.
Ronaldo managed to win the Pichichi award in La Liga last season. The Portuguese captain was able to take over Lionel Messi’s goal scoring tally in the Spanish League. However, Ronaldo was not able to win the league or the UEFA Champions League. However,
he did manage to win the Copa Del Rey final against
Copa Del Rey was the only silverware which Cristiano Ronaldo was able to win last season but he still managed to add the La Liga golden boot award.
Ronaldo’s form with Real Madrid has been the same with the start of this season. The Portuguese national side will be hoping that their captain keeps his goal scoring form intact as they face Denmark on Tuesday. 



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