Loren Moron had a dream debut for Betis as he scored both goals which gave his side a 2-1 win at home to Villarreal.
Statistically speaking, Les Parisiens' No. 10 is shaping up nicely.
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Ligue 1 leaders PSG will travel to Madrid's Santiago Bernabéu for the first leg of their last-16 tie on February 14. The Manchester United defenders could not believe what they were witnessing as the whole team had a hard time in handling the young left winger.
The five time Ballon d'Or winner's current contract with Real runs until June 2021.
"It is going to be hard with PSG on top form at the moment", the ex-player told Marca.
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Indeed, he is getting more of the ball in Paris than he was playing alongside Messi and Luis Suarez and, even though he is sharing the load in attack with Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani, it is now more about him at Parc des Princes. His biggest success, however, is certainly the triumph with Portugal at the European Championship in 2016.
Ronaldo in particular has shouldered most of the criticism, with the European champions attacking talisman only netting eight league goals this season, but Beckham believes the Champions League is the ideal platform for Los Merengues to silence their critics.
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And it's not his first foray into the National Football League; before the 2014 World Cup, Ronaldo and his Portugal team-mates trained at the New York Jets' practice facility where then-wide receiver David Nelson taught the former Man United man how to throw.