Ronaldo responds best to criticism: Bruno Fernandes of Portugal exhorts critics to be more harsh

Bruno Fernandes believes criticism of Cristiano Ronaldo gets the best out of him . Ronaldo became the first player to score in five World Cups after a penalty kick in Manchester United's 3-2 win over Ghana on Thursday .

Doha, Qatar, November 25 : Bruno Fernandes, an attacking midfielder, believes criticism gets the best out of Cristiano Ronaldo, and he urged the strikers critics to continue dishing out more for Portugal's success.Ronaldo became the first player to score in five World Cups after a penalty kick in Manchester United's 3-2 win over Ghana on Thursday.It was the culmination of a week that saw him become a free agent.Fernandes says that this shows that the 37-year-old thrives under pressure.I believe he likes to work under criticism from others, so I encourage you all to keep doing it because it ensures that he gets the best out of himself when you guys do that.

I still share the baton with him in the national team, and the most important thing for me is that Portugal does the best we can in the tournament, because if we do it, Cristiano will be happy, I will be happy, and everyone in Portugal will be proud for us, said Fernandez.Ronaldo is now looking for a new club after his second stint at Old Trafford ended this week due to his criticism of Manchester United and manager Erik ten Hag.After starting their World Cup campaign with a victory, he said he is completely focused on Portugal ahead of their Group H matches against Uruguay and South Korea.This chapter was completed in a week.

We wanted to start with a good foot.I should support my staff.The rest of the content is irrelevant.This was a memorable moment, my fifth World Cup appearance.We won and started off with a good foot.

We all know that the first match is vital.But there's also a world record.The first player in five World Cups to win.That makes me proud.

Ronaldo said it was a tough game but a solid result in Portugal's opening match of the forthcoming FIFA World Cup 2022, which was played at Stadium 974, earlier today.Ronaldo missed a couple of good opportunities in the first half but put Portugal ahead with a goal from the penalty spot.

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