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Cristiano Ronaldo's harangue to his teammates ahead of the Champions League debut

The top scorer of the national teams assured that he came to the English club for the love he has for him and for the winning mentality of his players, waiting to lift the title at the end of the season.

Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates
Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates

In only one game his leadership was glimpsed. Cristiano Ronaldo is a new Manchester United player and he arrived eager to win as much as possible. The five-time Ballon d'Or scored a double on his Premier League debut and also gave a speech to his teammates highlighting their quality as footballers and telling them that to get victories you have to give “100 percent”.

The newspaper ‘The Sun’ published Cristiano’s introductory words with his new teammates. For ‘CR7 ′ victory is important and he asked the entire Manchester United squad for a lot of commitment, effort, dedication and unity for the entire season.

Ronaldo's speech was very powerful and uplifting. The entire group of players and the coaching staff listened in silence. He told his teammates: ‘I have returned to Manchester United for two reasons. The first is because I love the club. The second is that I love the winning mentality that is breathed in the ranks of this team, ’” said the English media with information from a club source.

“I am not back to be a cheerleader. If you want to succeed, I need you to love this club with all your heart. They have to eat, sleep and fight for this club. Whether they play or not, they have to support their teammates and always give 100% for the club ”, said the 'Commander', who will seek to win the Champions League together with his new teammates, waiting to lead the elite again in the theatre of Dreams'

I am here to win and nothing more. Winning brings us happiness. I want to be happy, right? ”, He finished before adding: "You are all incredible players and I believe in you, otherwise I would not have returned," specified the top scorer of the national teams.

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