Pep Guardiola has hailed Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo as a player born to score.
The Blues coach praised Cristiano Ronaldo as a player can consistently score goals even at the end of his career.
The Blues of Pep Guardiola are queued to visit Old Trafford of the “Red Devils” on Saturday November 6 at 19.30. Which the interview before. The Spaniard’s game has been praised for the 36-year-old Manchester United spearhead. They continues to show a very hot form score a lot of goals. Even at the end of the football career.
Pep Guardiola told Sky Sports: “Ronaldo will score goals for the rest of his life, he will be 75 years old, then he retired. He must have barbecued. and score goals.”
“This type of people like (Lionel Messi) what they’ve been doing over the past decade is scoring goals. And it helped their team win. It speaks for itself.”
“It’s good for the Premier League that he’s back. United belongs to Cristiano. and Cristiano belongs to united They fit together well In the past it was like this Now it’s like this including the future We will see each other.”