- Cristiano Ronaldo is not happy with fans not able to return to the stadiums
- Football has been played in Europe and other parts of the world behind closed doors
- This is because of the trouble Coronavirus brought to the whole world
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Cristiano Ronaldo has stylishly expressed unhappiness to football being played without fans watching after netting incredible 101 goals for Portugal against Sweden.
The Juventus superstar was in brilliant form for Portugal on Tuesday night, September 9, scoring a brace in Nations League encounter.
He scored his first goal against Sweden in the 45th minute via a superb direct free-kick in which Sweden goalkeeper Rolbin Olsen was helpless.
Joao Felix provided the assist which gave Cristiano Ronaldo his second goal against Sweden in the 72nd minute.
Swedish had some chances to score towards the end of the encounter, but they missed the opportunities as the match ended 2-0 in favor of Portugal.
According to the report on UK Sun, Cristiano Ronaldo suggested games behind closed doors were "like going to the garden and not seeing flowers".
"There is no need to regret. I like to be whistled because it gives me bites.
"But health comes first, if the WHO says that there are no conditions, that's it. The most important thing is the human being,'' the five-time Ballon d'Or winner explained.
The threats of Coronavirus made football authorities in Europe to lock all the stadiums so as to avoid the spread of the virus.
Initially, all the football League games were stopped, and after three months of no game, European soccer body decided to restart football with matches behind closed doors.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Cristiano Ronaldo confirmed his readiness to score more goals for his nation after reaching 100 on Tuesday night, September 8, in Portugal's Nations League win over Sweden.
The Juventus superstar was in incredible form for Portugal against Sweden and he has been receiving encomiums from fans after the end of the encounter.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner is now just eight strikes shy of matching the record for most international goals currently held solely by Iranian legend Ali Daei.
Even the great Pele who was known for scoring incredible goals netted 77 for Brazil during his active playing days and he has also congratulated Cristiano Ronaldo.
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