Isco Says It Is Easy To Play With Cristiano Ronaldo

And they got three of those points in Galicia.Ronaldo’s 367 goals nudges him ahead of Jimmy Greaves (366), Gerd Muller (365) and Lionel Messi (347) as the most prolific striker in England, Spain, Germany, Italy and France.Karim Benzema and Toni Kroos wrapped up the win, meaning they only need to draw at Malaga in their final game of the season, to lift their 33rd LaLiga title.Isco says it is very easy to play with Cristiano Ronaldo after he provided two assists for the forward in Real Madrid’s vital away win against Celta Vigo.”Oour objective is always to win, we know they’re a good team, but we’re Real Madrid, we’re the best and we want to be champions”.”He’s feeling great and he’s shown it again here”. There were, however, no signs of any lack of focus as Real swept aside Sevilla 4-1 last weekend – and given the strong rhetoric of their head coach, you should not expect any complacency at Balaidos either, as Zinedine Zidane declared: “We don’t feel like champions”.”He has managed things very well”, Ronaldo added on Zidane.Ronaldo was poised to complete the hat trick in the 75th minute, but squandered the chance.The visitors would have to wait until four minutes after the restart for their second goal, Ronaldo continuing his sublime late-season form with a brace after another clinical finish after a blistering Madrid counter attack.”Misses aren’t normal for me, but I’m human and I can miss sometimes”. They have also secured a place in the Champions League final against Juventus on June 3 in Cardiff.Real now look highly likely to win their first league title since the 2011/12 season, when Jose Mourinho’s side beat Barcelona to the championship by a comfortable nine points.Any hopes of improving on that record were as good as ended a few minutes into the half after a marginally offside Ronaldo extended his career goals tally against the Sky Blues, latching on to Isco’s through-ball and tucking home off the post.Celta, who eliminated Real in the Copa del Rey, bounced back as Daniel Wass stung the palms of Keylor Navas with a fiercely struck free-kick before Aspas fired just wide twice in quick succession.