Fernandes urges Ronaldo critics to keep it up

Fernandes urges Ronaldo critics to keep it up

Nov 25, 2022 by www.espn.com - SOCCER

Key Facts

  • Ronaldo became the first player to score in five World Cups with a penalty in the 3-2 win in their World Cup opener against Ghana on Thursday.
  • Dawson: Portugal's attack in sync, but defence shows cracks - World Cup VAR: Why Ronaldo's penalty didn't get full review It capped a week which has seen him become a free agent after his contract at Manchester United was terminated in the wake of his interview with Piers Morgan and Fernandes believes it proves the 37-year-old thrives when he's under pressure.
  • "It was a dream come true to play with him in the national team and in the club also, and that is something amazing.
  • "I still share the space with him in the national team and the main thing for me is that Portugal does the best we can in the tournament because if we do it, Cristiano will be happy, I will be happy and everyone in Portugal will be happy for us."

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