Cristiano Ronaldo has argued against having questions about him or his contentious interview with Piers Morgan directed at any of his Portugal teammates.
For the first time in public, Ronaldo defended his decision to give the explosive interview, saying: “I don’t have to worry what others think. When I want to, I speak.
Before the World Cup began, the Portuguese Football Federation privately expressed worry that the team’s attention would be diverted by the interview’s content, in which Ronaldo criticised Manchester United and their manager, Erik ten Hag.
Joo Mário, Bernardo Silva, and Bruno Fernandes have all been questioned about the interview at news conferences in Portugal after it aired. This