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Cristiano Ronaldo's subdued performances for Portugal at the World Cup after his scintillating form for Real Madrid last season suggest the tournament was a bridge too far for the Ballon d'Or holder.Ronaldo was expected to be among the stars at the finals in Brazil, but after a grueling season, when his record haul of 17 goals helped Real win a 10th Champions League crown, the Portugal captain did not seem to have much left in the tank. For Real, who also won the Copa del Rey last term, he netted 51 goals in 47 appearances in all competitions in 2013-14 and has an astonishing 253 in 246 outings overall.Ronaldo is at the peak of his powers and will surely have a part to play at Euro 2016 before perhaps bowing out of international football at the 2018 World Cup.
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