Cristiano Ronaldo fires fresh Ghana 2014 World Cup warning
Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has fired a fresh warning to Ghana and his 2014 World Cup opponents that he will leave no stone unturned at the tournament in Brazil as he seeks to dominate world football.
His New Year warning comes just days after he told his group opponents Ghana, Germany and the United States to be aware of the threat Portugal poses in the ‘Group of Death.
In his New Year message to his fans worldwide, Ronaldo said he hopes to continue with his outstanding form that has seen him score 69 goals last year.
The Real Madrid superstar, who is tipped by many to finally bring an end to Lionel Messi’s reign as the world’s best player, said he is looking forward to having a successful World Cup campaign.
Ronaldo will face Ghana, Germany and the United States in Group G of the 2014 World Cup and he is determined to make a big impact in the tournament in Brazil.
“I am even more hungry for success. I am leaving no stone unturned this year,” the Real Madrid superstar wrote on his Twitter handle on Wednesday.
“It will be difficult to beat the 69 goals scored last year but I will as always give it my all. I hope my World Cup is one to remember.”
Ronaldo, who is currently in Doha preparing to take on Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s PSG will come up against the Black Stars in what many see as the match that will decide who comes second in Group G of the World Cup and qualify automatically to the second round of the tournament.