Cristiano Ronaldo would win prize for best person in world, says Jorge Mendes
Cristiano Ronaldo’s specialist Jorge Mendes has shielded the Portugal forward after he was censured for his remarks taking after a week ago’s Euro 2016 with Iceland, demanding the Real Madrid star ought to be considered as a good example for kids.
Ronaldo was intensely censured in the wake of grumbling that Iceland had demonstrated a “little mindset” in spite of originating from an objective behind to attract 1-1 their opening apparatus last Wednesday.
Portugal mentor Fernando Santos: Iceland booed and bothered Cristiano Ronaldo
“Iceland didn’t take a stab at anything,” said Portugal’s skipper. “They were simply protect, guard, shield and playing on the counterattack. It was a fortunate night for them. We ought to have three focuses yet we are OK. I thought they’d won the Euros the way they celebrated toward the end. It was mind boggling.”
The Portugal mentor Fernando Santos sponsored his star player’s response before their second match against Austria at the Parc des Princes on Saturday, saying that Icelandic players had booed and irritated the forward and shield Pepe all through. Be that as it may, Mendes, who additionally speaks to new Manchester United administrator José Mourinho and a few other prominent players, went above and beyond in a meeting with Portuguese daily paper O Jogo.
“Cristiano is the best case for our general public and youth,” he said. “In addition to the fact that he is known for his footballing quality as far as mankind.
“He’s a case of determination and desire on and off the field. Cristiano is the best competitor on the planet and ever. What’s more, if there were a prize to recognize the best individual, he would likewise win it since he’s an awesome father and companion.”