Cristiano Ronaldo lip-syncing in tribute to Spanish singer Julio Iglesias

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Cristiano Ronaldo is known for his incredible talents on the football pitch. The Portuguese superstar gives his all every time he steps out onto the hallowed turf.

It also seems the Real Madrid star gives his all when it comes to lip-syncing. Los Blancos' all-time top goalscorer was one of a host of famous faces involved in a video to mark the release of Spanish singer Julio Iglesias' new album.

The 72-year-old's album 'Mexico' was released in September, but the video only made its way onto the internet on Tuesday.


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Ronaldo was joined by fellow Real Madrid legends Iker Casillas, Luis Figo and Raul. Tennis star Rafael Nadal and Fernando Alonso were also involved.

The video is a fantastic tribute to the famous Spanish singer and Ronaldo really gives his all in his cameo appearance. The hand gestures on show could lead anyone to believe he has done this before. 


Having broken Real Madrid's goalscoring record, the Portuguese star will be hoping he can lead Los Blancos to the La Liga title this season.

After ended the previous campaign without any silverware, the Bernabeu outfit have made a strong start to the new season under Rafael Benitez.

Madrid sit top of La Liga, level on points with Celta Vigo and Barcelona. The Whites face a trip to Celta on Saturday before the first El Clasico of the season in November.

If Ronaldo shows the same passion on the field as he does for his lip-syncing then a title is well within their reach.

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