Portugal mentor Fernando Santos demanded Saturday that genius Cristiano Ronaldo remains a key piece of his national group in spite of being let alone for his Nations League squad.
Santos talked after the European heroes turned into the primary group to progress to the semi-finals of the opposition.
The five-time Ballon d’Or champ spent a lot of a month ago intensely precluding charges from securing assault and was dropped by Santos for the Nations League internationals in the midst of allegations by previous model Kathryn Mayorga that Ronaldo assaulted her in 2009, just before he joined Real Madrid from Manchester United.
“There are no things to ask. Ronaldo is a piece of this group, simply read the post he composed today,” said Santos, alluding to the message the Juventus player sent to wish his partners good fortunes through Twitter.
Portugal booked their ticket to the semi-finals next June in the wake of holding Italy to a 0-0 draw at the San Siro on Saturday.
They advanced best of Group A3 with one match to play, dashing Italy’s expectations simultaneously.
“The capability affirms the nature of our football,” said Santos.
“I figured it would be an incredible match and rather particularly in the main half we had a ton of troubles.
“After the break I disclosed to them what was occurring, and the amusement turned out to be more adjusted.”
Portugal have consigned Poland in three days in Guimaraes, in a match that has no essentialness for either side.
Be that as it may, Santos demanded: “The last match against Poland will be critical on the grounds that it will be before our open, who are dependably with us.
“We need to play well and to win.