Ranieri: Give me Cristiano Ronaldo and I’ll make him play all the minutes

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Cristiano Ronaldo

Ranieri speaking: give me Cristiano Ronaldo

Give me Cristiano Ronaldo!! Watford manager Claudio Ranieri has admired Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo as Manchester United’s top scorer.

Ranieri said at the press conference: “He is one of the best players in the world.

His peers are the best players in the world and that’s a good attraction for the game, “he said.

Speaking of Ronaldo’s character requiring all games to be played even as he ages. Ranieri asked if he would have trouble dealing with Ronaldo in his squad.

“No, give me Ronaldo with me please,” the Italian replied, laughing. That’s not a problem for me, I’m going to make him play all the minutes, “he said.

Cristiano Ronaldo is 36 years old. Cristiano Ronaldo was born in San Antonio, a neighborhood of Funchal, Madeira Island in Portugal in 1985.

The sides meet on Saturday after returning from the international break. Manchester United looking to improve their situation as they sit sixth on 17 points, 9 points behind leaders Chelsea.

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s top individual accomplishments

The following illustrates Cristiano Ronaldo’s most important individual achievements during his football career from its inception until the end of the 2020 football season:

first: FIFA Prize for Best Footballers (twice)

second: European Player of the Year award (3 times)

Third: Golden Boot Award (4 times)

fourth: La Liga top scorer award (3 times)

fifth: Premier League Player of the Season Award (twice): 2006, 2007.

Sixthly: Champions League top scorer award (6 times): 2008, 2013, 2014, 2016-2018.

Seventh: A Player of the Year: 2019.

Watford’s position on the league

Watford is trying to avoid relegation finishing 17th with 10 points just two ahead of the relegation zones.

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