- Cristiano Ronaldo has talked about his side Champions League opponent Liverpool
- The Portugal captain revealed that Jurgen Klopp men played like Madrid a few years ago
- And he added that Real will show absolute respect to their opponent
Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, has sensationally revealed that his side's Champions League opponent, Liverpool, reminds him of the way Real Madrid played a few years ago while admitting his respect for the Reds.
And CR7 admitted Real respect Liverpool and will not take them lightly.
The former Manchester United man is looking to win the Champions League for an incredible fifth time.
Ronaldo told ESPN FC: “Liverpool deserve respect. We’re not going to have it easy.
“They deserve to be in the final. They remind me of the Madrid team from three or four years ago with their three front players.
“They’re very quick and powerful in attack and I respect them.
“They have 30 goals each.”
Real Madrid are looking to make history as they try and win the Champions League for the third successive season.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has opened up on Marcelo possibly being a weakness the Reds can exploit in the final.
He explained: “You saw it, everybody saw it, seems obvious: ‘Marcelo, what an offensive player, but... he can’t defend’.
“They won the Champions League twice, they are again in the final!
“Bayern Munich thought they were the better team in the two games, but what is better at the end?”
NAIJ.com previously reported that Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has hinted that he is not close to retirement after revealing that he feels he is ten years younger than his present age.
The Portuguese forward turned 33 years on February 5 this year and he has insisted that he will continue to play active football till he is 41.
He has won four Champions League titles in his career, and he will have the chance to set a new record by winning the title the third consecutive time when they battle Liverpool in Kiev on Saturday, May 26.
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