Cristiano Ronaldo is confident his team can continue to succeed in Europe…
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed his belief that his team can become the first side to ever retain the Champions League title, after a 3-0 win against Liverpool all but sealed their progression beyond the group stage.
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Ronaldo, who is quoted by the Daily Mail, admitted that it was a definite possibility: “Why not?” he said. “We’re going to try. We know it’s going to be very tough, but we’re very positive. It’s possible if we play like that.”
The 29-year-old scored his first goal at Anfield on Wednesday night, taking him within one goal of Raul’s Champions League record. Ronaldo insisted he will beat the record, but is not worried about when, with 72 the golden target for him and fellow record chaser – Barcelona’s Lionel Messi.
Ronaldo told reporters: “I’m not worried, I’m going to beat his record… whether now or another night. Lionel Messi is close too. It was special. It was my first goal at Anfield and I feel very happy, very proud. We knew before the game that Anfield is a difficult place (to come), but we played fantastic – especially in the first half – and we deserved it.”
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