Qatar 2022 might be the last FIFA World Cup for Cristiano Ronaldo, who expects to take Portugal to the promised land. In a recent interview, he revealed his predicted final wouldn’t be against Lionel Messi’s Argentina.
The moment we’ve been waiting for is here: Qatar 2022 is upon us. From now on, the football community will only be talking about the FIFA World Cup, which could be the last in Cristiano Ronaldo’s glittering career.
Portugal will once again head into a major tournament led by a five-time Ballon d’Or winner who, at 37, continues to challenge Father Time. Ronaldo may not be having the best of times at Manchester United, but he’s still excited about it. competition.
The Portuguese national team will make their debut against Ghana on Thursday 24 November, before taking on Uruguay and South Korea. Speaking about a hypothetical final, Ronaldo said he does not expect to face Lionel Messi’s Argentina.
Cristiano Ronaldo reveals his predicted Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup final
In a Q&A with LiveScore, Cristiano Ronaldo was asked about a potential final between Portugal and Brazil in this year’s World Cup. He didn’t mind to reveal his expectations, saying he constantly tells Manchester United teammate Casemiro that will be the final in Qatar.
“I hope so. I joke with Casemiro and I say the final will be Portugal – Brazil,” Ronaldo said, though he acknowledged it won’t be easy. “Wow, will be a dream. To be honest. It’s World Cup. It’s the most difficult competition in the world.
“I’m dreaming of that, I know it will be tough, it will be difficult, but dreaming it’s free and I’m dreaming all the time. So for me, the most important thing, to be there, to compete,” Ronaldo added.
In their last World Cup appearance, Portugal failed to get past the round of 16. Will Ronaldo take his nation further in Qatar?