Cristiano Ronaldo scores a rabona goal in Portugal training session

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Cristiano Ronaldo hasn’t enjoyed a particularly good start to the season.

In fact, the 31-year-old is currently enduring his joint-worst start to a La Liga campaign - in terms of goals scored - since the 2010-11 season.

In four league appearances for Real Madrid, Ronaldo has scored just one goal - although the three-time Ballon d’Or winner is still working his way back to full fitness after suffering that horrible knee injury during the Euro 2016 final.

Ronaldo is currently in training with Portugal ahead of the European Champions’ next two World Cup qualifiers against Andorra and the Faroe Islands.

Two fixtures in which Ronaldo will be disappointed if he doesn’t score a hat-trick against both teams.

Video: Ronaldo scores rabona in training

And he’s looking extremely confident in training.

A new video has emerged which shows Ronaldo converting three chances, including a magnificent rabona.

Will he attempt it again over the coming days?

Ronaldo has scored all types of miraculous goals during his illustrious career but we don’t even recall him pulling off a rabona during a match.

However, he probably won’t get a better chance to try it than against Andorra and the Faroe Islands.

How many goals will Ronaldo score against both teams over the next few days? Have your say by leaving a comment below.

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