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Cristiano Ronaldo Calls Off Speculations Of An Ending Career

Cristiano Ronaldo Calls Off Speculations Of An Ending Career

Cristiano Ronaldo has just turned 33 and has been noticed to be dropping dramatically in form but the Portugal and Real Madrid Star believes he could remain at the highest level of football for many more years despite this noticeable observation.

This season has been Real Madrid's worst season in two years, sitting 4th on the La Liga table, having settled for second place in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League and Ronaldo seem to also share this with the club as he has only scored scored eight goals in 17 La Liga matches in 2017-18, four of which have come in Madrid's last two matches as compared to his goal tally in previous seasons.

Having a good tally of 9 goals in 6 games in the Champions League this season Ronaldo who has been very proud of his successes of the last two seasons, has called off speculations of an ending career. He told GQ magazine

"On a personal level, this is a fantastic time for me. I have a growing family and I am very happy with my life.

"On a professional level, I have had two very good years in which I have won titles with my club and with my national team. I feel that I can keep going at the highest level for years to come."

Cristiano Ronaldo has struggled recently in form but has surprisingly remained fit despite his age and this according to him is due to his personal sacrifices and lifestyle switches he has made.

"Life is a challenge from all perspectives and I try to be at my peak, physically, because this is very important in my profession," he said. "I have to be at 100 per cent and I take this very seriously.

"To maintain this level, you need to make sacrifices. There are certain things that I could do when I was 20 that I can't do today. You have to try and find a balance. It's the finer details that make a difference.

"I am ambitious, very ambitious. People should chase their dreams. I chased mine and I want to keep doing so, to improve and achieve even more goals. I believe I've had some memorable performances throughout my career but can't recall any in particular. I try to focus myself more on the present than on the past."

Real Madrid will face French giants Paris Saint Germain in the up-coming first Leg of the Knock Out stages of the UEFA Champions League and Real Madrid will have to step up if they are to progress as both teams fall in different worlds as Form is concerned tight now.
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