Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has chosen to ignore questions on his alleged plans to exit Spain.
The quadruple Ballon d’Or winner has been in the news following rumours of his ‘irreversible’ decision to dump the Madrid which he claimed treated him like a slave.
While fielding questions from reporters after he was voted man of the match following yesterday’s 1-0 victory by Portugal against Russia at the Confederations Cup, the 32-year-old maintained that the team was obviously excited about the win.
Ronaldo scored the only goal with a header strike, which earned the Euro 2016 champions their first victory of the tournament.
“Obviously we are very happy, it is the first time that Portugal wins in Russia,” he said.
“I think the team played very well. We played against an opponent playing at home with a home crowd, a team which pressured us, but we were better.
“We had more opportunities and we were just winners. We have four points and we have to congratulate our team.”
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