On Tuesday, December 17, egotistical history was made.
For the first time, the doors flung open at the CR7 Museum, a permanent exhibit dedicated to the life and times of Cristiano Ronaldo. Opened by the man himself in his hometown of Funchal, Portugal, the museum contains pictures, artefacts and memorabilia from a career that may not have even reached its pinnacle yet.
According to Yahoo's Dirty Tackle blog, there are signed balls from 26 of his hat-tricks, previously unseen photos from his youth and a heaving trophy cabinet—with a 2013 Ballon d'Or-shaped hole in it.
These are all displays that will keep C-Ron fanboys happy, but if B/R was curating the museum, here are some of the items that would be behind the glass...