- Cristiano Ronaldo will lead Portugal attack for their Nations League meeting vs Sweden
- The 35-year-old scored the two goals that handed them victory in their last meeting last month
- Kulusevski has now insisted that the five-time Ballon d'Or winner is unstoppable
Dejan Kulusevski has branded his Juventus teammate, Cristiano Ronaldo, as 'unstoppable' ahead of Sweden's Nations League meeting with Portugal at the Estadio Jose Alvalade on Wednesday, October 14.
The 35-year-old scored the two goals that helped Fernando Santos' men secure maximum points when they met last month.
Kulusevski insisted that the former Real Madrid and Manchester United forward can decide the outcome of a match if he has a very good day.
Ronaldo became the second all-time highest goals scorer at the international level with 101 goals after finding the back of the net twice in September.
He has eight more goals to equal Iran's Ali Daei who has 109 goals during his reign for his country's national team. Kulusevski told Aftonbladet:
"There is no one who can stop him. If he has a good day, he decides everything on his own.
"We did not manage to stop him last match, but we get another chance on Wednesday.
"I do not know how to stop him, you have to be aggressive get him frustrated. I know what it's like to play against aggressive backs and in the end, you get frustrated."
Portugal and France have seven points each after three matches following Sunday's goalless draw in Paris.
Legit.ng earlier reported that France youngster Eduardo Camavinga exchanged jerseys with Cristiano Ronaldo after their UEFA Nations League clash over the weekend.
The gesture was surprisingly incredible for the teenage sensation that he took to social media to say he will not wash the top.
Both the World Cup winners and the European champions failed to find the back of the net all through their encounter at Stade de France.
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