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Ronaldo says after falling to Serbia it was not enough to "take them down" and he will seek in the qualifiers for a place in Qatar |  football |  Sports

Ronaldo says after falling to Serbia it was not enough to “take them down” and he will seek in the qualifiers for a place in Qatar | football | Sports

In a message on his pages on social media, the Manchester United player admitted that the defeat was difficult.

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Portugal national team striker Cristiano Ronaldo, against yesterday’s defeat against serbia, that prevents them from accessing World Cup Qatar As the first group, he issued an encouraging message in which he warned that “There are no excuses“So that Portugal does not participate in the World Cup event.

In a message on their social profiles, the player Manchester United He admits that “yesterday’s result was difficult, but Not enough to bring us down,” confirms the one from Madeira.

Finishing second in the group, Portugal will have to go through the qualifiers in March and Cristiano recalls that “the goal of celebrating the 2022 World Cup is still there”.

Ronaldo also left a message of confidence, so he insisted that the choice of “Kinas” knows what they have.What do you do to get thereRegarding the Qatar World Cup.

In his message, Cristiano explains that “Football has shown us time and time again that sometimes It is the most detour paths that lead us to the most desired results“.

Portugal lost last night against Serbia (1-2) with a goal from the visitors in the 90th minute, thus losing the options to get a ticket to Qatar directly.

currently The rematch will be played next March He will have to win the two matches he plays if he wants to be in the World Cup.

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The play-offs in the European region will be played by 12 teams, with the semi-finals and finals from one match. The three winners will receive a place in Qatar. (Dr)