Cristiano Ronaldo caught standing on his tiptoes in Real Madrid team photo before 2-0 Seville victory in Cardiff
Mercurial Portuguese forward looked taller than usual at the back
The Portuguese forward has been caught out standing on his tiptoes to put himself head and shoulders ahead of his team-mates in the 2-0 win over Seville in Cardiff.
Luckily for Ronaldo, he also proved head and shoulders ahead of his team-mates in the match too, by scoring both goals in a phenomenal performance.
The 29-year-old said after the match that Madrid are aiming to win everything this season.
Cristiano Ronaldo tries to make himself taller in the Real Madrid team photo. Admit it, we all do it .. pic.twitter.com/giWvd08S9KJust Football (@JustFutball) August 13, 2014
"We are going to try to win all the trophies," he said. "It's good to win this trophy to give confidence to the team and let’s see next Tuesday against Atletico Madrid what we’re going to do."
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