- Cristiano Ronaldo believes his goal should have won the Puskas award
- He was beaten by Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah in London
- The Portugal international also congratulated Luka Modric for winning the FIFA best
Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has finally reacted after being beaten by Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah who won the 2018 Puskas award in London.
The Portugal international who did not attend the ceremony believes his goal against Juventus last season in the Champions League should have won the Puskas award for him.
He was also beaten by Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric for the FIFA best player of the year award, and the ex Manchester United star congratulated the Croatian.
Ronaldo reacted while answering questions from fans in an Instagram live video.
"Salah, his was a good goal, my goal in reverse.
“We’re serious, come on, of course mine was the best, but life is like that, sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. I've been at these levels for 15 years,''.
Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo has scored three goals this season for his new club Juventus in the Italian Serie A.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Premier League giants Manchester United were reportedly ready to make an offer for Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo as the Red Devils want him back in England.
United who ended up as second best last season are even said to have told Cristiano Ronaldo's agent Jorge Mendes of their plans to make heavy investment in signing his client.
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