Ronaldo Named Portugal's Player Of The Year
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has been named as 2016 Portugal's Player of the Year at the prestigious 'Quinas De Ouro' ceremony.
This is after he led his country to European Glory last year in France.
Although the 32-year-old was injured early in the final clash against the Host Nation, Portugal pushed on to win the game in extra-time, marking the national team's greatest-ever triumph at the Stade De France.
Ronaldo beat Real Madrid team-mate Pepe and sporting Lisbon's goalkeeper Rui Patricio to scoop the prestigious individual award.
Other award-winners included Bayern Munich youngster Renato Sanches who was voted young player of the year, while national team coach Fernando Santos lifted the Coach of the Year award.