Cristiano Ronaldo returns to the world stage


Cristiano Ronaldo returns to the world stage

Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to the world stage, and he’s ready to kick ass and take names! His Portugal national team won their qualifying group with an undefeated record and they are heading to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar as the Group B champions. Cristiano Ronaldo was phenomenal during qualification, scoring nine goals (which is a new national team record) and recording seven assists (also a new national team record). This will be his fifth World Cup, having participated in the 2006, 2010, 2014, and 2018 editions of the tournament.

Will Cristiano Ronaldo be able to make it to Qatar?

Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo will be 36 years old by Qatar 2022, which is his last chance at reaching a total of 8Xbet 5 World Cups. It might sound like an impossible task given that only two players ever managed to do it (Germany’s Lothar Matthäus and Italy’s Paolo Maldini), but in truth, it is not very hard to see CR7 heading for his 5th FIFA World Cup finals.

What can we expect from his performance in Russia?

Cristiano Ronaldo is notorious for taking time off after big tournaments. He has already announced that he will take a year-long hiatus from football following his participation in Russia, meaning we may not see him participating at 8xbet Portugal’s next big match against Italy. However, fans can still expect Cristiano Ronaldo to star at every match as always, though with a different look. The 34-year old veteran will be joined by newcomer Gelson Martins who has more pace and stamina than Andre Silva.

Will he be able to win another Ballon d’Or?

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of only three players to win a Ballon d’Or at different clubs, having won it with Manchester United in 2008 before retaining it following his move to Real Madrid. To add another prize after that would make him just the eighth player to do so — but which stars have achieved such a feat?

How will Real Madrid fare next season?

The battle for European supremacy was over even before it began. In a match that Real Madrid should have been winning with relative ease, North Macedonia (or Macedon, depending on where you’re from) held out against Los Blancos and ensured that Portugal will be heading back to Qatar for next year’s World Cup – and 8xbet are already paying out on Cristiano Ronaldo’s appearance in the tournament. As for Real Madrid? Things may not be as rosy going forward…


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