As Soccer-Laduma already reported in the beginning of December, Cristiano Ronaldo has opened the CR7 museum in his own honour in Madeira, Portugal, on Sunday.
The money raised by the CR7 museum will aid the local economy of Ronaldo’s birth place.
The museum contains a life size wax figure of the 28-year-old in a Portugal shirt and all the match balls in the games that he’s scored at least a hat-trick – one for Man United and 22 for Real Madrid.
The CR7 museum also exhibits Ronaldo’s two golden boot trophies for being European football’s highest goal-scorer.
When asked about winning this year’s FIFA Ballon d’Or at the opening of his museum, Ronaldo said: “I always feel very happy when I win trophies, when I win individual trophies and collective ones too.”
“But for me, all the trophies are important. Individual, so I feel happy and of course I want to win more trophies in the future.”
Diego Maradona has supported Ronaldo to win FIFA's highest individual award ahead of his rival Lionel Messi, who won the Ballon d’Or for four successive years.
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