Ronaldo’s new arrogance attack
Cristiano Ronaldo is divorced. Some love him, others hate him. Now the Portuguese is providing new topics of conversation.
Cristiano Ronaldo considers himself the greatest of all and underlined this once again in an interview with his supplier:”Nobody will ever be able to compare with me. No one will become Cristiano Ronaldo,” said the five-time world footballer with his usual self-confidence.
My friends looked at me as if they were thinking,”What are you talking about,” said the 33-year-old.
The decisive factor in his career was his move to Manchester United. Coach legend Sir Alex Ferguson brought him there in 2003 and made him one of the best players in history.
“When I joined Manchester United, there weren’t many players with my talent, dedication, effort and ethics,” he summed up the time.
The left-winger has already scored 37 goals in 35 games for Real Madrid this season. Ronaldo last weekend scored a four-pack in a 6-3 win over FC Girona.