Cristiano Ronaldo declined to criticism on his general destiny on Saturday after bowing out of a World Cup following Portugal’s 2-1 better by Uruguay.
The Real Madrid star exited his fourth World Cup in beating after dual goals from Edinson Cavani saw a Uruguayans allege to a final eight.
However Ronaldo, who will be 37 by a time of a subsequent World Cup, would not be drawn on either he designed to extend his general career.
“Now is not a time to speak about a destiny of players and coaches,” Ronaldo said.
The 33-year-old did however contend that European champions Portugal could demeanour brazen to a destiny with confidence.
“We have a illusory group, immature and with a lot of aspiration and for that reason we consider a group will sojourn strong,” he said.
Ronaldo finished his World Cup debate with 4 goals, one adrift of England’s Harry Kane who leads a standings with five.
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