Ahead of Portugal vs Spain, Luis Enrique praises Cristiano Ronaldo

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Portugal vs Spanish played in a friendly match tonight. Looking at the match, the coach of La Furia Roja, Luis Enrique, praised him Cristiano Ronaldo.

At Estadio Jose Alvalade, Lisbon, Portugal, Thursday (8/10/2020). The duel was broadcast by Mola TV at 1.45 WIB, which can be watched via this link.

Cristiano Ronaldo is still the mainstay of the Selecao das Quinas. In fact, he is no longer young at 35 years old.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s performance that has not decreased in the middle of the three heads amazes Enrique. He also did not hesitate to give praise while mentioning Lionel Messi.

“What is praiseworthy is the fact that players are like Cristiano and Leo Messi continues to grow old but remains at a high level thanks to their professionalism, their ambition and their capacity to stay motivated and achieve goals. Both Cristiano and Messi are examples of that, “said Enrique in As.

Facing one of the best players in the world today, it is emphasized that Spain will continue to play in its usual way.

“Our aim has not changed apart from the fact that we are dealing with a player whose profile can be motivating,” said Enrique.

“As a team, we will try to be better than Portugal and try to make it difficult for them – that’s the goal. Whether Ronaldo plays or not, the situation, the general approach to the match has not changed,” he added.

Portugal’s most recent battle with Spain took place at the 2018 World Cup in Russia. The match at the Olimpiyskiy Fisht Stadium, Sochi, on 15 June 2018, finished 3-3.

At that time, Cristiano Ronaldo packed a hat-trick against David De Gea. Spanish goals were recorded by Diego Costa (2 goals) and Nacho.

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