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Cristiano Ronaldo’s opinion on his duties for Portugal recently

Cristiano Ronaldo has been in stellar form so far in 2023 and this season in particular. The Portuguese superstar has been taking everyone by surprise with his sheer brilliance on the pitch over and over again. The man hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down despite being 38 years old.

His brilliant goal-scoring numbers and involvement in the team’s success lately is a proof of his having aged like fine wine. The no.7 recently had his say on views with regard to his future at the national team.

Ronaldo is hopeful about his position in future

Cristiano Ronaldo was instrumental in Portugal’s recent matches at the Euro Qualifying rounds against Slovakia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The Al Nassr player smashed in a total of 4 goals comprising of a brace in each of the two games to confirm Portugal’s qualification in the Euros 2024 in Germany. He also is by far the leading scorer in the Euro Qualifications round with 9 goals in 7 matches so far.

Ronaldo seemed pretty much contended with his and the team’s overall performances after the game. He said,””I hope I will be at Euro2024 as there is still a lot of time left. I hope i won’t have any problem or injury, I hope to play”.

He also gave his opinion on the love that was showed to him at the away stadium during the match against Bosnia. He said,”I left Portugal early but it will always be my home. They support me in every stadium in Portugal”.

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Ronaldo’s brilliance ever since the starting of this year has been undoubtedly fantastic. He has scored 40 goals this season so far besides providing 9 assists. With 49 G+A, he is proving his worth time and time again.

He is the outright top goal scorer in international football so far with 127 goals to his name in 202 matches. It remains to be seen as to whether the G.O.A.T can continue his fine performances in the times to come for his club and country.

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