Cristiano Ronaldo says his hard-working attitude is critical to keeping up his prosperity at the most elevated amount.
The Portuguese whiz packed away a shocking cap trap to lead his nation into the Nations League last with a 3-1 prevail upon Switzerland a week ago.
Cristiano Ronaldo, 34, stays one of the world’s top players in the wake of stowing 28 objectives in all rivalries in his first season with Juventus.
“Regardless I feel great in spite of being 34 years old.
“The most significant thing is your head, to feel persuaded and glad, and to pursue my way as a player, since I think despite everything I have a great deal to give and I feel generally excellent.”
After a baffling season at the club level which saw Juventus dazed by Ajax in the Champions League, Cristiano Ronaldo is peering toward Nation League magnificence with Portugal.
They take on the Netherlands in the last on Sunday – and he says success would make for an extraordinary treble having officially won Euro 2004 and Euro 2016 with his nation.
He included: “As I stated, when I pull on the shirt of the national group, it’s colossal respect for me and it’s an unexpected inclination in comparison to it is playing for clubs.
“And obviously, the chance to fight for trophies makes it even more special – like it was in EURO 2004 and EURO 2016, and how this competition will be now.
“Three finals, as you said, and I hope to win two of the three. That would be fantastic and I have hope − so does the team.
“We are positive; we are playing at home. I hope the stadium will be great, that there will be good energy, that this energy will be transmitted to us, and that everyone can be confident because we will try to give our best. Together, we can become champions.”
“It’s our nation: my family is Portuguese, my companions as well. I experienced childhood in Portugal, so it’s exceptional to put on the shirt of the national group.
The five-time Ballon d’Or victor figures his commitment is the key to his life span at the most elevated amount – and he figures it will prop him up for bounty more years.
“It’s the planning – my hard-working attitude,” Cristiano Ronaldo told UEFA.