Sofiane Boufal, the Moroccan international footballer, said that he was happy to see Cristiano Cristiano crying at the FIFA World Cup 2022 and expressed his admiration of Lionel Messi. Boufal spoke about the incredible run his team made in reaching the World Cup semifinals and Cristiano Cristiano’s dreams when asked about the defeat of Portugal and Cristiano Cristiano’s expectations. Ronaldo had high expectations for the World Cup, but it didn’t go according to plan.
The reporter asked him about Cristiano’s tears, to which he replied: “With all respect to him, I preferred to see him cry than to see us cry.” I would rather play for BARCELONA I prefer Messi to Ronaldo and the club I want to represent is BARCELONA Morocco shocked the world with their win in the quarter-finals over the Portuguese star, making them the first African team to reach the final four of a World Cup.
In their dream run, they beat Belgium, Spain and Portugal but lost in the final four to France. They were praised by pundits for their aggressive defensive performances and counter-attacks. Portugal, on the other side, was eliminated from the quarter-finals, and Ronaldo, who is 38, has fewer chances to win the World Cup.
It was a terrible year for him as he was released from Manchester United and benched in the World Cup final matches, ruining any hopes he had of international glory. In the Saudi League, however, he has recovered from his disastrous year by scoring 11 goals and contributing two assists in ten matches for Al-Nassr. Boufal is in action on Friday night for Al-Rayyan, who will play Al-Sailiya in the Qatari League.
After Rudi Garcia’s departure from Al Nassr, the Portuguese legend sent a message to him
Cristiano Ronaldo wished Rudi Garca a happy future following the confirmation of the Al Nassr’s manager’s exit on Thursday. The Saudi side, nine-time domestic champions, announced they had parted company with the Frenchman “by mutual agreement”, bringing an end to his eight-and-a-half-month tenure.
Garcia’s departure leaves Nassr in second place in the Saudi Pro League. The Riyadh team is three points behind Al Ittihad, and there are seven games left. Dinko Jelicic, the Under 19 manager of Riyadh’s club Nassr, has replaced him. Ronaldo shared a photo with Garcia on Instagram, along with a message reading, “It was a pleasure to work with you.” In response to Garcia’s departure, Ronaldo posted the picture Thursday. I wish you the best of luck for the future .”
Al Nassr had said earlier in a press release that Garcia left the club on mutual consent. Al Nassr and its board would like to express their gratitude for Rudi’s and his team’s hard work over the last eight months .”