11/30/2022
FIFA WC 2022: Last chance saloon for Cristiano Ronaldo as Portugal skipper optimistic about team's chance to win their maiden World Cup at Qatar 2022- CHECK out

FIFA WC 2022: Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo believes his country has an excellent group of players and they are capable of doing well in the World Cup in Qatar. Ronaldo said he had dreamt of wining the World Cup, but knows it will be extremely difficult to lift the trophy with teams like France, Spain, Argentina, Germany and Brazil to face. Watch FIFA WC LIVE Streaming on Jio Cinema & LIVE Updates with InsideSport.IN

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“I am very optimistic. We have a fantastic coach, we have a good generation of football players. I’m looking forward that we’re going to an amazing World Cup,” Ronaldo told Piers Morgan for TalkTV.

FIFA WC 2022: Last chance saloon for Cristiano Ronaldo as Portugal skipper optimistic about team’s chance to win their maiden World Cup at Qatar 2022- CHECK out

“It’s gonna be tough. Extremely difficult. But everything is possible, of course we’re gonna compete.”

The 37-year-old added that Qatar would probably be his last World Cup as he plans to retire at 40.

“I want to play two, three more years maximum. I want to finish with 40, it will be a good age. But I don’t know. Sometimes you plan one thing for your life and as I told many times, life is dynamic,” Ronaldo said.

Portugal’s captain also talked about Argentina’s Lionel Messi, describing him as “magic, top and like a team mate” after sharing the global stage with him for 16 years.

FIFA WC 2022: Last chance saloon for Cristiano Ronaldo as Portugal skipper optimistic about team’s chance to win their maiden World Cup at Qatar 2022- CHECK out

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