As he attempts to establish herself as the greatest player of all 31, cristiano Ronaldo is decided to end his career with at least one more Ballon d’Or compared to Lionel Messi.
Ronaldo is unsatisfied with that, although after being voted the best player on the planet, on five occasions, the Portugal skipper and his Barcelona and Argentina rival have each claimed the award winning.
“I’d love [longer ], and that I think I deserve it,” said the Juventus forwards on ITV’s Cristiano Ronaldo Meets Piers Morgan.
“Messi is a great man, a great player. He is in football’s background – but I think I have to have six or seven or even eight to be over him.
“My relationship with him is, we are not buddies, but we have shared this point for 15 decades.
“I really have a great relationship with him and I understand he has forced me to be a much better player and I have pushed him to be a much better player too.”
Even the 34-year-old, who consented the Messi is , expects to be remembered as one of the greatest – if not the finest – footballers the game has ever seen.
He said:”I’m positive I’m at the background of football for what I’ve done and what I am continuing to do, but among the best players ever.
“For me, the number one in history, but for some fans, if the number one is just another one and I am next, it doesn’t matter.
“I know I’m at the history of soccer among the best ever.”
The former Manchester United and has led Portugal into Nations League glory and Euro 2016 and Real Madrid player has five Champions League successes to his own name.
He has also obtained 145 records, such as the many goals and Europe’s all-time high goalscorer.
He said:”It’s a part of my sacrifice, my obsession to win, to have success. I’ve worked for that While I say success. Talent is not sufficient, I dedicate so much this is part of me, documents are a part of me.
“I do not follow the documents, the records follow me. I really don’t think that it’s something bad, and I’m addicted to the success, I think it’s good. I am motivated by it. If you’re not inspired, it’s much better to stop”
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