Donald Trump on Cristiano Ronaldo: ‘They say he is the greatest ever’

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Incredible. Most prominent. Two words frequently rehashed by Donald Trump.

But this time the US President wasn’t discussing how America is getting along locally or on the worldwide stage.

Rather he was talking about footballer Cristiano Ronaldo amid a gathering with Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa at the White House.

“…They say he is the best player” said Trump, resounding the musings of fans everywhere throughout the world who are continually debating whether Ronaldo is superior to anything Barcelona and Argentina star Leo Messi, when helped to remember the Real Madrid forward’s characteristics by Rebelo de Sousa.

Portugal's forward Cristiano Ronaldo praises scoring his third objective amid the Russia 2018 World Cup Group B football coordinate amongst Portugal and Spain.

Portugal’s forward Cristiano Ronaldo commends scoring his third objective amid the Russia 2018 World Cup Group B football coordinate amongst Portugal and Spain.

Ronaldo has had an amazing World Cup, scoring four objectives in three recreations and helping Portugal fit the bill for a last-16 conflict with Uruguay on Saturday at Russia 2018.

“Thus, let me know, how great a player is he?” asked Trump. “Is it accurate to say that you are inspired?”

“I’m especially awed. He’s the best player [in] the world,” enthused Rebelo de Sousa, including he trusts the World Cup has been “a win for the world.”

Philippe Coutinho scored one of the objectives of the 2018 World Cup in Brazil's opening diversion against Switzerland with a heavenly twisting shot. The match completed 1-1.

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Philippe Coutinho scored one of the objectives of the 2018 World Cup in Brazil’s opening amusement against Switzerland with a wonderful twisting shot. The match completed 1-1.

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Barcelona striker Luis Suarez scored on his 100th global appearance in Uruguay's 1-0 win against Saudi Arabia. It was the 31-year-old's 52nd objective for his nation and one of his most straightforward, side-balance into the net from six yards following a corner. Suarez additionally turns into the principal Uruguayan to score at three World Cups.

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Barcelona striker Luis Suarez scored on his 100th universal appearance in Uruguay’s 1-0 win against Saudi Arabia. It was the 31-year-old’s 52nd objective for his nation and one of his least difficult, side-balance into the net from six yards following a corner. Suarez likewise turns into the primary Uruguayan to score at three World Cups.

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Mo Salah at long last influenced his World Cup to bow and scored an objective however the Egyptian couldn’t spare his nation as the Pharaohs' any expectations of advancing to the knockout phases of football's masterpiece occasion were everything except finished by a clinical Russia.<br/>On a blustery night in St Petersburg, Russia recorded their second persuading win regarding the gathering stages with this 3-1 triumph against an Egyptian side which had trusted that Salah's come back from damage would kickstart their competition.

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Mo Salah at long last influenced his World Cup to bow and scored an objective yet the Egyptian couldn’t spare his nation as the Pharaohs’ expectations of advancing to the knockout phases of football’s masterpiece occasion were everything except finished by a clinical Russia.

On a stormy night in St Petersburg, Russia recorded their second persuading win regarding the gathering stages with this 3-1 triumph against an Egyptian side which had trusted that Salah’s arrival from damage would kickstart their competition.

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Lionel Messi missed a second-half punishment in Argentina's opening World Cup amusement – the 0-0 draw against Iceland.

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Lionel Messi missed a second-half punishment in Argentina’s opening World Cup amusement – the 0-0 draw against Iceland.

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Cristiano Ronaldo had a traveling begin to the 2018 World Cup scoring a hattrick in the 3-3 draw against Spain. His third objective was a dazzling free-kick in the end minutes that guaranteed Portugal anchored a point from the diversion.

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Cristiano Ronaldo had a traveling begin to the 2018 World Cup scoring a hattrick in the 3-3 draw against Spain. His third objective was a dazzling free-kick in the end minutes that guaranteed Portugal anchored a point from the diversion.

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Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane scored his first objective at a World Cup finals in England's 2-1 prevail upon Tunisia. In the wake of getting his first he at that point headed in England's champ.

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Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane scored his first objective at a World Cup finals in England’s 2-1 prevail upon Tunisia. In the wake of getting his first he at that point headed in England’s champ.

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Hosts Russia and Saudi Arabia were hollowed against each other in the World Cup's opening match on Thursday, June 14.

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Hosts Russia and Saudi Arabia were hollowed against each other in the World Cup’s opening match on Thursday, June 14.

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Luis Suarez has history in the World Cup – the Barcelona forward will would like to keep away from discussion in his third competition, while 45-year-old Egyptian goalkeeper Essam El-Hadary will play in his first.

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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez has history in the World Cup – the Barcelona forward will would like to keep away from discussion in his third competition, while 45-year-old Egyptian goalkeeper Essam El-Hadary will play in his first.

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Argentina and Iceland went head to head in the Group D opener on June 16 – the purported "Group of Death." Both Sergio "Kun" Aguero of Argentina and  Gylfi Sigurdsson endured knee wounds preceding the World Cup.

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Argentina and Iceland went head to head in the Group D opener on June 16 – the purported “Gathering of Death.” Both Sergio “Kun” Aguero of Argentina and Iceland’s Gylfi Sigurdsson endured knee wounds preceding the World Cup.

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The Group E coordinate amongst Brazil and Switzerland wound up in a 1-1 draw.

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The Group E coordinate amongst Brazil and Switzerland wound up in a 1-1 draw.

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Gianluca Costantini is popular in his local Italy for his humorous illustrations. Here he portrays equal genius footballers Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of time of the Russia 2018 World Cup. Snap or look for a portion of his different portrayals of the key snapshots of the competition.

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Gianluca Costantini is well known in his local Italy for his sarcastic illustrations. Here he portrays match genius footballers Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of time of the Russia 2018 World Cup. Snap or look for a portion of his different portrayals of the key snapshots of the competition.

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Belgium finished a dazzling second-half rebound to save its World Cup expectations and squash those of Japan in Rostov-on-Don. Trailing 2-0 in the second half, headers from Jan Vertonghen and Marouane Fellaini pulled Belgium level, before a staggering counterattack saw Nacer Chadli grab an emotional last heave champ with the last kick of the amusement.

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Belgium finished a staggering second-half rebound to safeguard its World Cup expectations and squash those of Japan in Rostov-on-Don. Trailing 2-0 in the second half, headers from Jan Vertonghen and Marouane Fellaini pulled Belgium level, before a staggering counterattack saw Nacer Chadli grab an emotional last heave champ with the last kick of the diversion.

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Croatian goalkeeper Danijel Subasic was his team's saint, sparing punishments in the shootout from Simon Kjaer, Lasse Schone and Nicolai Jorgensen to dispense a disastrous keep going 16 crush on Denmark.

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Croatian goalkeeper Danijel Subasic was his group’s saint, sparing punishments in the shootout from Simon Kjaer, Lasse Schone and Nicolai Jorgensen to dispense a disastrous keep going 16 crush on Denmark.

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Kylian Mbappe ran the show in France's 4-3 last-16 triumph over Argentina, scoring twice – turning into the primary youngster since Pele in 1958 to do as such – and winning a punishment for his team's opening objective.

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Kylian Mbappe ran the show in France’s 4-3 last-16 triumph over Argentina, scoring twice – turning into the main young person since Pele in 1958 to do as such – and winning a punishment for his group’s opening objective.

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Marcos Rojo's late objective gave Argentina an essential 2-1 prevail upon Nigeria and sent the South American side through to the last 16 of the World Cup at Russia 2018.

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Marcos Rojo’s late objective gave Argentina an essential 2-1 prevail upon Nigeria and sent the South American side through to the last 16 of the World Cup at Russia 2018.

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Iago Aspas' deft backheel guaranteed Spain snatched a 2-2 draw against Morocco. It was at first precluded for offside, just for Uzbekistani official Ravshan Irmatov to grant the objective after a VAR audit. A point for Spain combined with a late equalizer for Iran against Portugal implied La Roja topped Group B by excellence of objectives scored.

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Iago Aspas’ deft backheel guaranteed Spain snatched a 2-2 draw against Morocco. It was at first discounted for offside, just for Uzbekistani arbitrator Ravshan Irmatov to grant the objective after a VAR survey. A point for Spain combined with a late equalizer for Iran against Portugal implied La Roja topped Group B by temperance of objectives scored.

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Salem Al-Dawsar scored a late Saudi Arabia champ with the last kick of the diversion in a 2-1 triumph over Egypt to give the Green Falcons their first World Cup triumph since 1994.

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Salem Al-Dawsar scored a late Saudi Arabia champ with the last kick of the diversion in a 2-1 triumph over Egypt to give the Green Falcons their first World Cup triumph since 1994.

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Toni Kroos' magnificent free-kick against Sweden conveyed a last-heave victor and brought the Germans the win they frantically required in the most emotional mold to keep the protecting  World Cup trusts alive.

 

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