Cristiano Ronaldo Retires After 2022 World Cup - The 2022 World Cup will be the last international stage for Cristiano Ronaldo. Because, after playing in Qatar, the 37-year-old player made sure that he would end his international career with the Portugal national team

Ronaldo has had an extraordinary international career. Together with Portugal, Ronaldo was able to win two important titles. Ronaldo won the Euro 2016 and UEFA Nations League 2018 titles.

On an individual level, Ronaldo's achievements are also extraordinary. Currently, Ronaldo is listed as Portugal's all-time top scorer. Not only that, Ronaldo is also the player with the most goals in international matches in the world.

However, Ronaldo's international career is now in its final phase. Ronaldo is not young anymore and has made the decision to retire after the 2022 World Cup.

Ronaldo Retires After 2022 World Cup

Ronaldo's interview with Piers Morgan the second part has just been released. At that moment, Ronaldo conveyed his international career plans. The Portugal captain confirmed that he would retire after playing at the 2022 World Cup and helped Portugal win the title.

"Yes, retire. 100 percent," Ronaldo told Piers Morgan.

Ronaldo has played four editions of the World Cup with Portugal. Qatar will be its fifth World Cup. However, for a career at club level, Ronaldo admits that he still wants to play for another two or three years.

"This is probably my last World Cup, of course, my fifth World Cup. I don't know what will happen after the World Cup," said the former Sporting CP player.

Portugal's odds of winning the 2022 World Cup

Portugal, according to Ronaldo, has a chance to win the 2022 World Cup. The path to becoming a champion will not be easy, but Ronaldo is sure that the opportunity remains and Portugal must fight for that opportunity.

“I am very optimistic. We have a fantastic coach, we have a generation of good footballers," said Ronaldo.

"I'm looking forward that we will go to an extraordinary World Cup. It will be difficult. Very difficult. But anything is possible. But of course we will compete," said the player who is now defending Manchester United. 

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