Cristiano Ronaldo shares a motivational post ahead his last dance for Portugal at Euros 2024

Cristiano Ronaldo shares a motivational post ahead his last dance for Portugal at Euros 2024

Ahead of the much-anticipated Euros 2024 opener for Portugal, modern-day legend Cristiano Ronaldo has a message for his teammates and fans.

Regarded as one of the ‘GOATS’ of the game, Cristiano Ronaldo has recently taken to social media to motivate his Portuguese teammates and fans ahead of their opening Euro 2024 match against Czechia on June 18. Taking to Twitter, Ronaldo shared a message brimming with emotion, reflecting on his journey with the national team and calling for unity as they chase another continental title.

Let’s fight for another triumph, says Ronaldo!

Ronaldo reminisced about his debut with the national team and the journey filled with “challenges and victories” that followed. He acknowledged the “team of champions” he finds himself alongside now, praising their “talent and determination.” “With everyone’s strength and support, we turn dreams into reality. Let’s, together, fight for another triumph. United, we are unstoppable. Go Portugal.

This year’s Euros will be Ronaldo’s sixth appearance in the competition, a record for Portugal. The 39-year-old is widely expected to be starting in Tuesday’s match, marking what could be the beginning of his final Euros campaign.

A peculiar stance for Ronaldo while national anthem?

Ever notice Cristiano Ronaldo looking a bit out of place during Portugal’s national anthem? Well, unlike his teammates who stand arm-in-arm, Ronaldo often chooses to stand sideways in the lineup. This patriotic gesture allows him to directly face the Portugal flag in the stadium, a sign of respect for his home nation. This tradition has become a staple of Ronaldo’s pre-match routine throughout his illustrious career.


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