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Portugal 2-0 Sweden: Here's What Ronaldo Thinks Of Football Without Fans After Scoring Twice

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Cristiano Ronaldo has been in great form for both his club and country. The Portuguese international guided Juventus to clinch their ninth successive Scudetto under former manager Maurizio Sarri.
Ronaldo was named the most valuable player of the club following their successful title season.

The former Manchester United star has taken the form to his country in their Nations League games.

Portugal won the Nations League last year and began their title defense with a 4-1 thrashing of Croatia in their opening game.
Cristiano Ronaldo missed the game after he was stung on the leg by a bee and had to sit out the game.

Meanwhile, the former Real Madrid star was back to facd Sweden on Tuesday.

Portugal defeated Sweden two goals to nil in an empty stadium and Cristiano Ronaldo "compared football without fans to going to a circus and not seeing clowns."

"There is no need to regret, when I do something I like to be whistled because it gives me chills. But health comes first, if the WHO says that these aren't safe conditions, that's it. The most important thing is the human being," Ronaldo told RTP post-match.

"Playing without fans is like going to the circus and not seeing clowns, it’s like going to the garden and not seeing flowers."


The Portuguese scored a stunning free kick just before half time to give his side the lead. He reached his 100th international goal on the night.

After the half hour mark,he capped his performance with his second goal with a fine finish.

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