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Ronaldo hails Giggs (AUDIO)

Ronaldo hails Giggs (AUDIO)

Interview Length: 2 Min 30 Sec

To listen to Ronaldo's post-Wigan interview CLICK HERE

Back to back titles by Chelsea in 2005 and 2006 have now been followed up by back to back from Manchester United - and in no small part to Cristiano Ronaldo's 41 goals in a breath taking campaign.

The 23-year old admits it's an incredible feeling to win the Premier League again and calls for more of the same for the rest of his career.

It was Ronaldo who opened the scoring from the penalty spot before Ryan Giggs late strike secured the win at the JJB Stadium.

Speaking afterwards, Ronaldo paid tributes to the Welsh wing wizard.

Date:Monday May 12 2008
Time: 3:31AM

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