Archive for March, 2016

  • Cristiano Ronaldo was the man of the moment yet again as he notched four goals for Real Madrid  
  • The Portuguese superstar scored his first with a brilliant strike when he fired in from 25-yards
  • Ronaldo then added a wonderful free-kick into the top corner of the net for his second goal of the afternoon
  • The 31-year-old completed his trio of strikes when he tapped in from six-yards after being assisted by Isco
  • He then powered in a header to make it an astonishing four goals as the rain began to fall at the Bernabeu
  • Jese hit a low effort to make it six before the returning Gareth Bale got in on the act firing in from edge of the box   
  • Former Liverpool flop Iago Aspas scored a consolation for the visitors when he delicately chipped Keylor Navas  
  • Pepe had headed the opening goal for Zinedine Zidane’s men after a fairly even first-half from both sides 

Cristiano Ronaldo scored four goals as Real Madrid beat Celta Vigo 7-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday, breaching two milestones in the process. Ronaldo now has 30 La Liga hat-tricks, the most in history, and has netted over 250 goals for Los Blancos.

If you need your next smartphone to be durable, the iPhone 6s Plus is a better option than Samsung’s new Galaxy S7 edge. Watch the all-glass device give up first in a brutal drop test, which demonstrates how well both handsets cope in everyday drop situations.
EverythingApplePro on YouTube begins by dropping both devices from waist height onto a hard concrete floor. This is probably one of the most common drops, since a lot of people tend to lose their grip on their phone while taking it out of their pocket.

Fortunately, both devices hold up well in this one, which just some minor scuffs and scrapes on their metal frames. Even when dropped directly onto their faces from this height, both devices survive without shattering.

It’s not until they’re dropped from head height that they begin to break down, starting with the Galaxy S7 edge, which cracks along its back after the first drop and goes downhill from there.

Quite remarkably, the iPhone 6s Plus even withstands a 10-foot drop without shattering. Its frame does bend enough to all but ruin the headphone jack, but even after all the drops in this test, the iPhone’s display remains intact.
So, there you have it; the iPhone is more durable than the Galaxy S7 edge. That’s hardly surprising given that Samsung’s new device is made almost entirely out of glass, though. If you really want this model, it might be best to invest in a case.