Cristiano Ronaldo's Post-Match Interview Was 'Unselfish And Humble'
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Jun 17, 2018,
Jun 17, 2018, 0:46
"In England, I have a great affection and respect that I do not notice so much here, "De Gea said in March, ahead of a friendly against Argentina".
The start to the FIFA World Cup has been terrific.
Ronaldo has now scored in eight consecutive major tournaments, going back to Euro 2004.
After last year's hearing, Ronaldo hired defence lawyer Jose Antonio Choclan, a veteran of high-profile legal cases involving Spanish public figures.
"More important than his physical form is his mental form, he has incredible mental endurance", Santos said.
"It really is fabulous to have a player like him".
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"Many people talk about the Cristiano Ronaldo-Messi battle but there are other players who have chances to enter the race". In all competitions the forward has played 439 matches and scored a record in the club's history with 450 goals.
Ronaldo made brief remarks to a Federation Internationale de Football Association press officer after the game but left before media could ask questions about his legal problems.
His salary for 2018 amounts to 21 million euros ($24.7 million), but Paris Saint-Germain are ready to pay him 45 million euros ($53 million). He will pay a fine of 18.8 million euros ($21.8 million) but likely will not head to prison because, under Spanish law, first-time offenders who are sentenced to less than two years may serve their time on probation.
But Ronaldo appears fully focused on matters on the field in Russian Federation. Getting a rivalry game of this importance so early in the World Cup is a nice treat for soccer fans. There are also uncertainties on his availability it in time for the Pharaohs first match against Uruguay.
AS bemoaned a lack of good fortune by writing: "We missed our luck and were without Cristiano".
'But he invested in himself to become the best in the world and he left Manchester United as the best player in the world'.