Sevilla are sick of the sight of Cristiano Ronaldo. He's made them suffer ever since his arrival in Spain in 2009: 21 goals (19 in La Liga and 2 in the European Supercup) in 14 matches, 1.5 goals-per-game. Looking at the numbers, Sevilla are exactly the side Ronaldo can use to set his sights, with the visit to the Camp Nou on April 2 and the Volkswagen Arena on the 6th.
With the league lost, attention has turned to personal glory with Ronaldo very much in the hunt for the European top scorer this season; currently second on 27 goals behind Jonas, who's scored 28 for Benfica.
When Cristiano takes to the field today, he'll know what Higuaín, also on 27 with Napoli, and Luis Suarez, 26, have done.
There's no doubt that Ronaldo is public enemy no.1 as far as Sevilla are concerned, but the andalusians have their own joker up their sleeve for Real Madrid: Fernando Llorente. While not reaching the astronomical figures of Ronaldo, the Spanish giant has scored 8 in 22 against los blancos, including the third in the Sanchez Pizjuán that condemned Rafa Benítez' side to defeat earlier this season.
That day Ronaldo was on the scoreboard, and he'll be out to make his mark again this evening.
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