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“I will shut up and win titles,” this is how Cristiano Ronaldo responds to criticism from the press in England |  football |  Sports

“I will shut up and win titles,” this is how Cristiano Ronaldo responds to criticism from the press in England | football | Sports

The Portuguese footballer says he is not worried about the criticism he is receiving at the age of 36 and has assured that he will end up winning trophies.

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Manchester United footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has responded to the criticism in recent weeks, saying his goal is to be silent and win trophies with the English club.

The Portuguese footballer will play one of the most important matches of the season this Sunday when Manchester United host Liverpool at Old Trafford. The team comes to this match after returning from 0-2 to Atalanta with his goal, but after two consecutive setbacks in the Premier League.

“Honestly, I’m 36, I’ve won everything, will I be worried about what people say about me? I sleep well every night. I go to sleep with a clear conscience. I’ll go on like this, shut my mouth and win titles,” Cristiano said on Sky Sports.

Criticism is part of the job. They don’t bother me at all. So I see it as a good thing. If they are worried about what I am doing or talking about, it is because they know my potential and what I can do in football. Here’s an example: If you’re at school and you’re the best student, go ask the worst student if he likes the best student. “He will say no,” said Cristiano.

Although Cristiano was named Premier League Player of the Month in September, Manchester United’s three-match streak without knowing the win at domestic level has drawn criticism for the team and its coach.

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United occupies sixth place in the English Premier League with 14 points, eight points behind leaders Chelsea, so they have to beat Liverpool in order not to be relegated from the first places. (Dr)