Manchester United football club star Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed that he will be representing Portugal national team in the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, and he also want to play in Euro 2024.
The former Juventus football club star made his international debut for Portugal national team in 2004, and he has now revealed that he is not ready to retire from international duty.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been superb for Portugal national team since making his senior debut 18 years ago, and he has went on to score more than 100 goals for the team.
The 37-year-old represented Portugal national team in the last edition of UEFA Euro, and he was able to win the Golden Boot award, after scoring 5 goals and also provided an assist, despite the fact that his team crashed out in the Knockout stage of the competition.
Cristiano Ronaldo also helped Portugal national team to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, following their victory over North Macedonia in the playoff, game and they’ve been grouped together with Ghana national team, Uruguay national team and South Korea national team.
Cristiano Ronaldo was given best national team scorer award in a ceremony that was held by Portugal national team on Tuesday night, and he promised to continue with the team beyond 2022 FIFA World Cup.