The 32-year-old Portuguese captain says results are only matter and he also knows how many goals he has scored for his country.


The Portugal ace avouched that his side’s place at the 2018 world cup is a much bigger thing than his personal goal-scoring records.

Last night the European Champions plays their football match against the Hungary in the world cup qualifying matches and Ronaldo scored two goals there for his country and the Portugal team won that match by 3-0 goals against them.


So far Ronaldo has scored nine goals for his country in this five world cup qualifying matches and also the Portuguese superstar has scored overall 70 goals for his country,

But the Portuguese captain was more concerned about his own country’s match and for him, the match was a must-win a match, as he wants to secure his country’s place at the world cup 2018.

After the match, Ronaldo said: "I know how many goals I have but that's not the most important thing,"

"What matters is that we won and we're in the fight to go to the World Cup.

"We started out timid. We were slow to react to their tactics, but everything changed with the first goal. The team played better, more confidently, and the goals came naturally.

"The team is good. We have a lot of young players."

In their next match, Portugal will play against Sweden in a friendly match and Ronaldo is taste the chance to play a match against on the island he born.

Ronaldo said: "It will be beautiful,"

"The national team haven't been to Madeira for many years. It will be good for the people of Madeira."

After the match, he also accolades about his teammate Andre Silva who scored the first goal in yesterday’s  match.