When Cristiano Ronaldo recently joined the Portuguese squad again, the entire Iberian peninsula erupted in celebration.
In preparation for their final two matches in the Euro 2024 qualifying campaign, the Portuguese team has assembled. The European Selecao still has the services of elite, leading stars, though there are some regrettable omissions. Take Cristiano Ronaldo, for instance, who just got back from Al Nasr.
The announcement of CR7’s arrival instantly sent a shockwave across Europe and among home fans.
Tomorrow at 2:45 a.m., the Portuguese team will travel to Liechtenstein on the road for their final two matches. After eight games in the qualifying round, the team has given up 24 goals as of November 17.
And on November 20, at 2:45 a.m., Ronaldo and his teammates will welcome Iceland to their home stadium, Estadio Jose Alvalade, in the final match that will take place three days later.
Significantly, tickets for yesterday’s Portugal vs. Iceland match were completely sold out, according to a report from The Nassr Zone. This was only a few hours after Ronaldo departed Saudi Arabia to head back to Europe.
Furthermore, practically all of Lisbon’s hotels, restaurants, and entertainment venues are covered, according to local newspapers. A large number of foreign visitors are from places like Spain, Morocco, Italy, and the surrounding regions.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s appeal is still atrociously bad right now. When considering the 200th game played for the national team, Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, “fell” with flares and banners. Ronaldo has a chance to smash his records in the next game.