Cristiano Ronaldo continues blanking reporters

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Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo has continued his silence when it comes to talking to reporters. The Portuguese superstar started his wordless war back in February following the 4-0 Madrid derby defeat.

Another video has surfaced of Ronaldo refusing to speak to the media. "Do not ask me anything," Ronaldo said when approached by a reporter.

When journalist Alex Silvestre pressed for a response, Ronaldo sarcastically offered his drink and said: "You want a little?"

Before Real's first leg Champions League victory over Schalke, when pushed, the Portugal international replied: "Curiosity killed the cat." 

The 30-year-old's frustration with the press hit boiling point after the Madrid club lost 4-3 at the Santiago Bernabeu to the German side. The Portuguese forward stormed past waiting reporters exclaiming: "I do not speak until the end of the season."

The legendary forward seems hell-bent on keeping his promise and the latest video is further proof. Ronaldo is a media darling and so the likelihood of him being left alone is very slim.

The Galactico has been in 'so-so' form this season scoring 54 and setting up 21 in 50 appearances. An average return for the Portugal captain.

The former Manchester United player will be hoping to add his third Champions League winners medal if Real can get pass Juventus and either Barcelona or Bayern Munich.

The Madrid club will become the first side since United to reach consecutive Champions League finals if they beat the Italian giants by more than a goal.

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