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Video: Ronaldo Destroying Malaga With Super Backheel Nutmeg

Real Madrid winger Cristiano Ronaldo showed yet another super skill against Marcos Angeleri in last La Liga game

It was 32nd game of Real Madrid that was played at Santiago Bernabeu. The current world’s best player missed first half penalty, but he faded his mistake after great nutmeg skill. He didn’t only showed this great nutmeg, but he also scored one goal last minutes of the game after brilliant run by Javier Hernandez. Enjoy the nutmeg video of Cristiano Ronaldo below.

For the home side, Sergio Ramos scored the opening goal after great free kick by Cristiano Ronaldo. There were some doubts of offside in first goal, but later goal was given to Los Blancos.

It would be fair to name goal of James Rodriguez the best goal of Real Madrid vs Malaga. It was brilliant 1-2 co-ordination between Madrid players and a brilliant strike from Rodriguez too. Want to watch his goal? Have a look on it

Madrid too have conceded a goal. Malaga pulled one back through Juanmi to make it a nervy ending for Los Blancos. You can say it was poor defending from all defenders against the visitors.

Finally, Ronaldo scored goal after missing early penalty in first half. The Portuguese winger is now become the first footballer in the history to score 50 goals five consecutive season.

Real Madrid are still at the second spot of Liga BBVA 2014-15 with two points behind their El Clasico rivals Barcelona. They have scored the most number of goals this season [95], but the defense have disappointed their fans conceding 28 goals, more than Atletico Madrid [26] and Valencia [25].

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Roman studied at Mainor High School in Estonia. After he went to University of Tartu for obtaining Master of Arts degree in specialization “Design and development of virtual environments” in 2009. Few years later he has founded BRO OU Company, which maintains web projects like Footballwood.com. Roman played football for the University of Tartu in a position of a midfielder for 3 years. He truly loves this game and happy to be part of that world. MSc. Editor has many projects to maintain, but Footballwood is one of the favorites. “Our project is inspired by a passion for that magnificent game, which I played since childhood. And today we are happy to connect our life and work with football”, this is how Roman describes Footballwood. Personal contact: “[email protected]” Also, visit page “Contact US” if you want to know more about Roman’s company.