Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo believes that his team is in a much better position to seize the Champions League for a historic second consecutive time as los blancos clashes with Serie A juggernaut, Juventus on Saturday. The Portuguese goal scoring machine also praised coach Zidane for fitness management of the players. Zidane is expected to win the Champions league for the second straight time, marking his career as a head coach as an envied one.
The former Manchester United Star said that the players must enter the match with humility but also with attitude and character in order to win. Ronaldo has 10 goals and five assists in 12 Champions league matches. Real Madrid recently, quenched the La Liga title and became the Spanish Champions after five years.
The four time FIFA Ballon d’Or winner also got hold of the world most famous athlete award, according to ESPN. Ronaldo’s popularity has been able to outpace his arch-rival Lionel Messi and the likes of NBA superstar LeBron James, who come in at third and second positions on the chart, respectively. The rankings were compiled through the use of a tailored algorithm.
Cristiano’s trophy case and popularity are destined to surge to even greater heights if Real Madrid manages a win at the Champions league final on Saturday. However, the Old Trafford legend admitted that the Bernabeu fans are too critical compared to the treatment given by Manchester United fans. He stated that he does not like it and that it should not be a case that a player who wants to give his 100% for his team is whistled by his own team on making a mistake. The best player in the world wants to play till the age of 41 and has no plans of leaving Real Madrid. The Portuguese has had trophy full year as he won the Euro 2016 in July last year, marking his first title with national team.
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