Special Sub-Topic: Ronaldo
|In Ronaldo's two years with PSV Eindhoven in 1994-1996, how many goals did he score with the club?|
54. Ronaldo scored an incredible 54 goals in 58 games with the Dutch club.
|In the 1996-97 season with Barcelona, how many goals did Ronaldo score?|
34. His 34 goals won him golden boot by nine goals over Alfonso and European player of the year en route to a Barcelona side that scored nearly three goals per match.
|Which of the following trophies has Ronaldo won?|
He has never won any of those trophies. He finished second with all three of the squads in the domestic leagues.
|Where was Luis Ronaldo Nazario De Sousa born?|
Bento Rebeiro, Brazil. Ronaldo was born in Bento Reberio, a suburb of Rio on 22nd September, 1976.
|In which of the following years did Ronaldo NOT win the World Player of the Year award?|
1998. In 1998, Ronaldo finished second behind French midfielder Zinedine Zidane.
|In the 1998 World Cup, Ronaldo scored against which of the following teams?|
Chile, Morocco, Netherlands. Ronaldo scored in minute 9 against Morocco, twice against Chile and once again in the 46th minute of a semi-final win over the Netherlands.
|With whom was Ronaldo joint top scorer in the 1999 Copa America?|
Vitor Ferreira Borba Rivaldo. Ronaldo and Rivaldo each scored five goals. Marcio Amoroso was 3rd in scoring with four.
|How many goals did Ronaldo score in his first World Cup?|
0. He was part of the 1994 World Cup team in the United States as a 17 year old. He never played a minute, and was still part of the World Cup trophy winning team.
|What was the score of Internazionale's win over Lazio in the 1997-98 UEFA Cup Final, a game in which Ronaldo scored?|
3-0. It was Ronaldo's first European Cup trophy.
|In the 1998-99 Serie A season, Ronaldo scored twice for Inter against AS Roma in a classic in Rome, that finished with which of the following scorelines?|
Roma 4 Inter 5. Scorers for Inter included Ronaldo (2), Zamorano (2) and Simeone,
while Roma got them from Paulo Sergio, Marco Delvecchio, Di Francesco and Francesco Totti. Roberto Baggio led the way with three assists, as Inter swept the season series with a 9-5 aggregate.
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