World Cup 2022: Cristiano Ronaldo Sends Warning to Ghana Ahead of World Cup

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo, the captain of Portugal, has warned Ghana and other Group H teams that he is coming to the World Cup to “win it.”

In the group stages of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, the Manchester United star and his country will face Ghana, South Korea, and Uruguay.

The Black Stars will face Portugal in their opening game of the tournament, with a lot at stake for both teams

Ronaldo opened up about his turbulent second spell at Manchester United in an explosive interview with Piers Morgan, which will air on Wednesday.

He accused the club and its manager, Eric ten Hag, of betraying him and stated that he is currently feeling betrayed.

The 37-year-old added that he’ll go to the World Cup to “win it for Portugal” before returning to settle his differences with United.


Meanwhile, Ghana coach Otto Addo has named his final 26-man World Cup squad for Qatar 2022.

On Monday, the Black Stars coach announced his squad for the tournament, which included Inaki Williams, Thomas Partey, and captain Andre Ayew.

There are also debuts for Abdul Salis Samed, Danlad Ibrahim, and Kamal Sowah, as well as Hearts of Oak’s Daniel Afriyie Barnieh.

However, some big names were left out of the World Cup squad for various reasons.

Injuries have kept goalkeepers Jojo Wollacott and Richard Ofori out of the tournament, but Jeffrey Schlupp and Joseph Paintsil were also left out despite their impressive club form.


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