Ronaldo helped Real Madrid claim their first La Liga crown in four years with his 46 league goals last season, but was pipped to the Pichichi award by three-time world player of the year winner Lionel Messi after the Argentine netted a staggering 50 league goals for Barcelona.
But the 27-year-old, who won the Ballon d’Or prize in 2008 while still at Manchester United, insists he is “not that concerned” about claiming a second individual accolade and is now focused on performing for his country in Poland and Ukraine.
“I’m not the one who judges who deserves to win the Ballon d’Or, but I think I’ve had a fantastic season,” Ronaldo told AS.
“I’ve won the most difficult league in the world. I agree with what Mourinho said, but what I want now is have a great European Championships, because that could also help me in the Ballon d’Or, although honestly it’s not a matter that concerns me much.
“I’m happy with the season that I’ve had, but I’m already only thinking of helping my country now.”
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