But Barcelona's performances as a team will determine what awards Ronaldo scoops in 2018.
Ronaldo was slow out of the blocks last term before surging into form in 2017, firing Madrid to La Liga and UEFA Champions League glory.
There were audible groans when he missed a one-on-one in the opening exchanges and he was booed off the pitch when he was substituted after making little impact in yet another match.
Whilst this is an outlandish bet, Ronaldo should surely be admired not just for his confidence.
Ronaldo has not scored in three La Liga games. In 2016-17, they netted 40 in all compeitions, so it has been a long time coming.
Former Real boss Jose Mourinho has been desperate to secure the signature of a wide player and in Ronaldo, he has the perfect option to fit that role, despite his advancing years.
In total, he had eight attempts and could not score any.
He has been Real's talisman ever since his arrival from Old Trafford back in 2009, but Los Blancos are now looking towards the future.
A deal would only take place when Ronaldo's contract expires in 2021, but it is believed that Neymar has no intention of leaving Parc des Princes anytime soon. However, Madrid need him to start converting in La Liga as well.
Ronaldo wanted to force through a return to Old Trafford in the summer following accusations of tax fraud in Madrid, but was persuaded to stay on.
'Cristiano has given the pass for the goal [of Isco] and I can tell you that he is very pleased with it, ' said Zidane.