Cristiano Ronaldo reveals curious routine to keep his competitive flame alive: “I like to give my brain a rest”

Al Nasser's Cristiano Ronaldo is the top scorer in world football history (REUTERS/Yazed Aldhawaihi)

If there's one thing no one can doubt, it's professionalism Cristiano Ronaldo. To how fiercely competitive he is on the pitches, he adds a significant share of responsibility off the pitches. At this stage it is not only about exercising well, eating healthy foods, but also getting good rest.

“As a professional footballer, you need total commitment. It's not just a two-hour training session. Who I live for, my football career. But of course I like to spend time with my family, going to the movies or going out for dinner. “Every athlete has their own characteristics or needs,” said the 39-year-old Portuguese forward.

At this stage, Admittedly a curious practice He does it daily. “I don't even talk on the phone past 10pm. Don't call me since then. “I want to give my brain a break.”

What if he wins, from Five-time Ballon d'Or winner This is one Top scorers in the world 54 goals in the season (33 for the league and 15 in the remaining matches with Al Nasser of Saudi Arabia, and the remaining 5 with his Portuguese team.

This is what Cristiano Ronaldo looks like at the age of 39

I still am There are three dates left to end the season Saudi League, so CR7 can continue to expand his legend. He will surely be the top scorer in the local competition He has scored 33 goals, Al Hilal's Mitrovic has 26, Al Ittihad's Hamdallah 19 and Al Fayha's Sakala 16.

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Also, Cristiano Ronaldo is firmly on top of the race The highest goalscorer in the history of world football is none other than Lionel Messi. Portuguese accumulates bulk 891 goals In 22 seasons, with 757 of them in official matches Played for Real Madrid, Sporting de Portugal, Manchester United, Juventus, Al Nasser and the Portugal national team (1009 matches). CR7 has five Champions Leagues and one Euro Cup, along with many other titles.

For his part, La Pulca has played a total of 1,057 games over 20 seasons after playing for FC Barcelona, ​​Paris Saint-Germain, Inter Miami and the Argentina national team. Rosario's official goals are 833, including official and friendly matches, for an average of 0.83 goals per game. Counting the officials, the Argentina captain has scored 733 goals in 901 games.

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