Ronaldo scores two as Real hit Bournemouth for six (Reuters)

(Reuters) – Nine-times European champions Real Madrid fielded their big guns on Sunday for a friendly against Bournemouth that was all about a once-in-a-lifetime occasion for the English second tier club rather than the Spanish giants’ 6-0 victory. Fans had queued overnight for tickets to see the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo take to the pitch at their modest club’s 12,000-capacity Goldsands Stadium and they were not disappointed as new Real manager Carlo Ancelotti named a strong lineup. Ronaldo, the world’s most expensive player after his 80 million pound ($122. …

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