Cristiano Ronaldo has spoken in the preview of Portugal’s premiere in the Eurocup. The Portuguese, current champions of the competition, will face Hungary next Tuesday in the first match of the so-called ‘group of death’. Cristiano has reviewed what it means to be here for the fifth time and his future once the European Championship is over.
His career in the world of football has been spectacular and, when he is focused on continuing to score goals as the top scorer of the Portuguese team, he has explained that his success is due to his ability to adapt: “The players who last the longest in football are the ones who best adapt to the current situation. I have evolved from 18 to 36 years old. I adapted well over the years. “
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At a time where there is speculation about his departure from Juventus after a difficult year, Cristiano has left some statements that increase uncertainty: “I’ve played at the highest level for eighteen years, that doesn’t even tickle me. Whatever comes, it’s going to be for the better. Regardless of whether I continue (at Juve) or leave, that’s not the most important thing right now. I am focused on my selection, because a competition of this magnitude is not played every day. It’s my fifth Eurocup, but in my head it’s like it’s my first. “