Ronaldo says he’s a better person after learning about bad times in career

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Cristiano Ronaldo striker Al-Nasser has admitted to being a better person after going through difficult situations with Manchester United, learning a lot of lessons. Aiming to serve the country the most is a world record if playing one more game for Portugal.

Veteran star Cristiano Ronaldo insists he is a better person than Al-Nasser. After going through a bad period in his second football career with Manchester United and set goals Breaking the record for the most appearances for the national team if new manager Roberto Martinez sends him to play in Portugal’s home game against Liechtenstein in Euro 2024 qualifying Group J One. This Thursday, March 23

Ronaldo says he's a better person after learning about bad times in career

The arrival of Dutch boss Erik ten Hag has left the 38-year-old in a difficult situation at Old Trafford. There are also controversial issues arising. This led to a botched interview attacking the UFABET club. As a result, the Red Devils executive board has no choice but to terminate the contract. Before moving to football in the league Saudi Arabia 

“I have no problem saying that. I had a bad time. in football career But there is no time to regret. said in a press conference ahead of the Euro 2024 qualifiers: “Life goes on and whether it’s good or bad It’s part of my growth. when we were at the top of the mountain We often fail to see what lies below. I am now more ready and learning the key. because I have never been through this event before like in the past few months I am a better person now.”

There was speculation that CR7 would retire from international football after the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, with the club eliminated in the quarter-finals following a shock 0-0 loss to Morocco . 1 But the arrival of Martinez as the new head coach making him optimistic for the future and wants to be a player who serves the most nationalities in the world at 197 matches

“Statistics are my motivation,” Ronaldo, who currently holds a record 196 international appearances with Kuwait striker Bader Al Mutawa, told reporters. He will be a single leader in time if he enters the field the next day. “I want to be the most flagged player in history. that will make me proud But it doesn’t stop there. I still want to be called up to the national team more often.”