Clumsy Cristiano Ronaldo terrorises teammates in victory

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A warning to all Real Madrid players - beware of Cristiano Ronaldo if he hasn't scored in a game, you could end up paying dearly for it.

The Portuguese superstar failed to find the net at the Santiago Bernabeu in los Blancos' 2-0 victory over Osasuna on Wednesday, but still managed to make himself the centre of attention with some calamitous moments.

Karim Benzema opened the scoring after 20 minutes and it was obvious Ronaldo's lack of scoring had got him frustrated, as he disguised clattering his teammate as an attempt to jump higher than any footballer has ever done to head a cross.

Ronaldo's plan worked; he started with a knee in the back of Benzema's head at the hang-time stage, followed that up with crashing into his legs on the floor, before finishing him off with a sly boot to the back of the head in the following tangle.

Watch the video above to see for yourself...

Ronaldo's wrath didn't stop at walloping Benzema, oh no. Jese Rodriguez had made the game 2-0 on the hour and it was looking increasingly like the goal machine was set to malfunction, for once, in his primary objective.

Gareth Bale must have been crazy to think he was going to turn up at Real Madrid after taking Ronaldo's world record transfer fee and score a goal when the former Manchester United man didn't.

That was obviously the reason why Portugal's captain blocked Bale's open goal shot that would have made it 3-0 - Ronaldo covered his tracks well though, by turning his back on it.

Watch Cristiano Ronaldo black a Gareth Bale open goal below...

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