After a turmoil at Juventus, Ronaldo is ready to prove he belongs to the top once again as he’s fully fit to face Lithuania.
The injury claims about Ronaldo from Sarri were dismissed by the Portugal manager recently.
The captain addressed the media and the fans, saying:
“To the national newspapers: the captain is fine,” Ronaldo said, as quoted by Goal.
“The captain is good, no – he’s very good.”
“Cristiano Ronaldo is a genius for understanding what the game needs”
— The CR7 Timeline. (@TimelineCR7) November 14, 2019
Portugal’s captain is looking to become an all-time top international goalscorer.
Every match is important for fulfilling the goal, and Lithuania looks like a good candidate to strengthen the striker’s tally.
However, despite his goalscoring numbers, Ronaldo’s age is starting to show. The 34-year-old is struggling more and more, scoring at a much slower rate than in the past.