Cristiano Ronaldo said the Saudi Arabia soccer League is beautiful

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Cristiano Ronaldo said the Saudi Arabia soccer League is beautiful
Cristiano Ronaldo said the Saudi Arabia soccer League is beautiful

Cristiano Ronaldo talked at the press conference, on the eve of his Portugal match, about his experience in Saudi Arabia, releasing surprising words. CR7 told: "You can ask the coach. The Saudi league is good, maybe you don't watch the games and judge.

But that's fine. Now even the transfers speak for themselves. I'm happy and, as always, I hope to score more goals. the holder of some records and the top scorer in the history of the Portuguese national team but I tell you honestly, I'm not chasing records, they are chasing me.

That's why I'm very happy. That's why my motivation to continue playing at the highest level is high ." In another interview, he also added: "I have two-three years of career left, at this age it's even more important to take care of yourself.

I wouldn't rule out buying a football team. It's something that once finished I would like to have a career as a player. I love this country very much, I have a house here and I hope to come back and live here."

Cristiano Ronaldo writes history with Portugal

Cristiano Ronaldo has rewritten the history of sport, achieving yet another record in his extraordinary career.

The Portuguese played his 200th match for Portugal, an achievement that has never been achieved by anyone in the history of soccer. With the presence against Iceland in the attacking duo with Rafael Leao, the Al Nassr forward made another piece of history.

19 years and 304 days after his debut for the Portugal national team. Against Liechtenstein in March, he surpassed Kuwaiti Bader Al Mutawa with 196 points to become the most capped appearance ever for a men's national team.

Since that 20 August 2003, the day of his debut in the 1-0 friendly win against Kazakhstan, 19 years and 304 days have passed.

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