Cristiano Ronaldo: Controversy with Man United ‘won’t shake’ Portugal team

Cristiano ronaldo: controversy with man united 'won't shake' portugal team

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Cristiano Ronaldo: Controversy with Man United ‘won’t shake’ Portugal team” – below is their description.

Cristiano Ronaldo: Controversy with Man United ‘won’t shake’ Portugal team | Cristiano Ronaldo said Monday that his row with Manchester United would not have an adverse effect on the Portugal team at the World Cup in Qatar.

Translation:

“I have no doubt that this episode of mine (his interview with British journalist Piers Morgan, ed.) or other things that that happen sometimes with other players at training, or at home, or at their club, can sometimes shake the individual player, but they won’t shake the team.”

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