Cristiano Ronaldo rewrites the story of Instagram. The Portuguese star who took part in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar these days, is the first to reach 500 million followers on social media. Only the Instagram account has more followers than him.
Among the 10 most followed sportsmen on the platform, soccer players dominate, but there is also an NBA player, LeBron James, and a cricket player, Virat Kholi. Regarding his situation at Manchester United, and the controversies that have arisen, CR7 explained: "I don't have to worry about what other people think.
I speak when I want. Everyone knows who I am and what I believe in. If at 37 years and 8 months if I still had to prove things I would be worried. I respect people's opinions. I want to do a great World Cup for my family, for my fans.
I want to win, but if I don't succeed I will be happy for what has been done. I feel ready to start the World Cup in the best possible way and reach my goals. My memories are good and others not, but like everything in life. The World Cup is something different, the world stops.
Everyone wants to see you play and talk about competition."
Cristiano Ronaldo rewrites the story of Instagram!
About the FIFA World Cup, he told: "We have enormous potential, but we have to think about Ghana and go slow.
From there we will grow. If we are the best team, we will reach the end. The champion team will be the best. We have important young players, a nice mix. Brazil, Argentina, France are those who have the best chances. Then there are Spain and Germany.
But we have already seen in 2016 that we are able to surprise and impose ourselves. " Alex Sandro, former teammate in his experience in Italy at Juventus and current teammate with the Brazilian national team in Qatar, defended Ronaldo from criticism: "Cristiano has always been a professional, I'm sure he is now and always will be.
I have already said he is going through a delicate moment that had never happened to him in his life. It must be understood. "