‘I’m completely bullet-proof and…’ – Cristiano Ronaldo In Press Conference Ahead Of Portugal’s World Cup Opener In Qatar

By Daniel S

November 21, 2022

Cristiano Ronaldo is currently busy in Qatar for the FIFA World Cup 2022 to represent his country Portugal. However, in recent times, he made headlines by giving an explosive interview about his club, Manchester United. he has not enjoyed a great season so far in the Premier League for his club. 

Ronaldo has been struggling to score goals this season. Currently, Erik ten Hag has been preferring him out of the laying XI from most of the games. So, he claimed that Manchester United betrayed him by doing such behaviour. After that interview, many former footballers and pundits shared their views. Now, ahead of Portugal’s World Cup opener, Cristiano Ronaldo responded in the press conference.

“I talk when I want to.” – Cristiano Ronaldo

While speaking in the press conference, Cristiano Ronaldo said: “Timing is always timing. From your side, it is easy to look at how we can choose timings. Sometimes you write truths, and sometimes you write lies. I don’t have to worry about what others think. I talk when I want to. “Everybody knows who I am, what I believe in. They have known me [here] since I was 11. They will not be influenced by what people say and write about me.”

“The atmosphere is excellent, no problems, we are completely focused. You can help by not talking about me. I’m completely bullet-proof and iron-clad. If you ask other players about Cristiano Ronaldo I would be upset. If you want to ask him about the World Cup and the team, I would like you to do that.” the Portuguese superstar added.

Ronaldo also opened up about the recent viral videos of him with Bruno Fernandes and Joao Cancelo. “We were just playing around – we have great relations. His plane was late and I asked him, ‘Did you come by boat’ I was goofing around. Same with [Joao] Cancelo. He was sad during practice. I said, “wake up, come on, you’ve got this!” Another controversy on your end.” Cristiano Ronaldo concluded. Portugal will begin their World Cup campaign against Ghana in Stadium 974 on 24 November 2022.