Ronaldo, Santos honored
Thieves robbed the Buenos Aires home of Argentine striker Carlos Tevez while the Boca Juniors star was in Uruguay celebrating his wedding, police sources said on Tuesday.
The value of the stolen items has not been disclosed, as the former Manchester City and Manchester United forward had not filed an official complaint.
Tevez married the mother of his three children, Vanesa Mansilla, last Thursday in front of more than 200 guests at a ceremony on the banks of the Rio de la Plata.
He discovered the burglary on Sunday when he returned to his house in the affluent San Isidro neighborhood on the outskirts of the Argentine capital.
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal’s Euro 2016-winning coach Fernando Santos scooped the top prizes at the seventh edition of the Globe Soccer Awards in Dubai on Tuesday.
Ronaldo claimed the best player award after helping his country land its first major title at this year’s European championship and firing Real to a record 11th European Cup triumph.
“Probably (this) was my best year so far,” Ronaldo, who earlier this month won his fourth Ballon d’Or, said in a video message.
“People still have doubts about me, about Real Madrid, about the national team ... and you have the proof. We win everything, so amazing year, I’m so happy.”
Santos, 62, was named best manager after masterminding Portugal’s success in France, while Champions League winner Madrid took home the prize for club of the year.