A UEFA Champions League winner with Real Madrid and a European champion with Portugal, Cristiano Ronaldo has claimed the 2015/16 UEFA Best Player in Europe Award.
Real Madrid and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo has lifted the UEFA Best Player in Europe Award for a second time.
Ronaldo enjoyed a sensational 2015/16, winning the UEFA Champions League with Madrid before leading his country to UEFA EURO 2016 glory. The 31-year-old beat off competition from club-mate Gareth Bale and Atlético Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann to land the award he first picked up in 2013/14.
Ronaldo's 2015/16 records and milestones
Madrid's all-time leading scorer in the Liga
Five hundred career goals for club and country
Madrid's all-time record goalscorer
Most goals in a single group stage
Second to Lionel Messi in FIFA Ballon d'Or
Second top scorer in Liga history
Decisive penalty in Champions League final
2015/16 UEFA Champions League top scorer
Portugal's all-time most-capped player
UEFA.com Goal of the Season poll winner
Most all-time EURO finals appearances
Scores in fourth EURO final tournament
Joint-most EURO final tournament goals
Dramatic UEFA EURO 2016 triumph
Spanish Liga: 36 appearances, 35 goals, 11 assists
UEFA Champions League: 12 appearances, 16 goals, 4 assists
UEFA EURO 2016: 7 appearances, 3 goals, 3 assists