Dubai: Cristiano Ronaldo stated he has no immediate strategies to retire and leave his pedestal in world football.

The 35-year-old Portugal and Juventus striker – who existed with the ‘Player of the Century’ Award at Sunday’s flashing Dubai Globe Soccer Awards at the foot of the Burj Khalifa – showed that he has at least two or 3 more years of first-class football left in him.

Ronaldo has a huge fan following all over the world for his incredible control and hunger for goals from near impossible situations – but he also has his fair share of haters, “who like to boo Cristiano”.

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“I like that. I wish to be booed by individuals as that is what inspires me a lot more. These are unforgettable minutes that keep me going. I will be 36 [on February 5] and day in and day out, I have actually always done what I have been providing for the past few years. I do not plan to stop any time soon, not in the next two or three years. All this involves a lot of sacrifices and discomfort, but in the end it is all worth it,” Ronaldo told a choose audience.

“We, the gamers, respect all the protocol and health is the most essential thing of all, of course, but I don’t like playing in an empty stadium, to be truthful. I do it to start with since I love football. My passion is always football. I play for my household, my kids, my good friends, the fans. However I do not like it, to be honest, it’s so odd,” he said.

“I like when individuals boo Cristiano. When I touch the ball, they ‘boo’. I like that. I hope in 2021 they can change the guidelines and we can see the stadiums filled with people,” the Portuguese hoped.

Ronaldo is in a delighted space heading into the new year. He scored the 750th objective of his impressive career in Juventus’ 3-0 win versus Eager beaver Kyiv in the Uefa Champions League in the very first week of December.

“750 goals, 750 happy moments, 750 smiles on the faces of our fans. Thanks to all the players and coaches who have actually assisted me reach this unbelievable number, thanks to all my loyal opponents who have actually made me work harder and harder every day. Next stop: 800,” Ronaldo announced on his social media posts.

The majority of his goals have can be found in Spain where he scored 450 times for Real Madrid – followed by 118 objectives for Manchester United, 102 for the Portugal national group, 75 for Juventus and five for Sporting Lisbon at the start of his career.

Now, he needs simply 7 objectives to equate to the world record of Iranian legend, Ali Daei, who is the leading scoring gamer in guys’s global football with 109 objectives in between 1993 and 2006.

He is also chasing after a number of records at Euro 2020 that has actually been held off by a year following the pandemic. If Ronaldo ratings simply one goal, he will end up being the top scorer in the competition’s history (he is presently level with Michel Platini on nine), while likewise becoming the first person to play at five European Championships.

“For me, it is constantly a pleasure to beat all records. It is difficult to be at the top of the game for many, many years. I am actually proud. However then, it is a job of the team and the coach and everyone else. These records are what I live for. After this, there will be another record and another brand-new challenge before me,” Ronaldo stated.

The Portugal star is now simply 17 goals behind Pele and 22 behind Romario in the all-time charts. However, he still has some method to enter order to leading Czech-Austrian forward Josef Bican, who has scored more than 800 objectives in a profession between 1928 to 1955.

Ronaldo will have at least 11 competitive video games in 2021 in addition to a few friendlies to try and break the world record for objectives.