Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Ronaldo: We are real confident

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo is in a confident mood heading into the titanic clash with Barcelona on Monday.
Real Madrid is on the top of the league table with an advantage over FC Barcelona which is just below it both sharing the same point.
But all eyes will be on both Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi with the former having scored one more goal than the latter in the top-scorer charts.
Looking forward to the highly anticipated match, the Portuguese winger reiterated the importance of taking all three points from their fiercest title rivals.
"We know it is a very important game and we will be optimistic in our search for victory. We will know if it turns out to be decisive at the end of the season," Ronaldo told the club's official website.

"There is much at stake for all of us. I'm just another player on this team. We all feel the responsibility of having to play a good game. I don't feel more pressure than the rest. I always want more, but my team-mates have the same thoughts and goals I have."
"I hope the story changes this season," added the 25-year-old. 
Madrid are the only unbeaten side in the league so far this season and Ronaldo is confident they can maintain that record on Monday.
Nevertheless, he expects a tough game from the Catalan giants.
"We haven't lost a single game yet, which is important because it makes us confident.
"We know it will be a difficult match, but we are proving to be a solid side. I feel confident and I hope we earn a good result."
When quizzed on the sort of reception Jose Mourinho will receive on his return to the Camp Nou, Ronaldo admitted he is fearing the worse for his coach.
"It will only be natural for the Camp Nou crowd to greet our coach [Jose Mourinho] badly after what happened in the Champions League semifinals last year when he was at Inter.
"But we are not worried about it. We will concentrate hard and will not dwell on anything unrelated to the game itself."

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