- Real Madrid battle Liverpool in the Champions League final in Kiev on Saturday
- They are gunning for their 13th UCL title
- Meanwhile, Portugal star Ronaldo claims he has no comparison with Egypt's Mohamed Salah
Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo believes there’s no reason to compare himself and Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah according to Tribal Football.
Los Blancos will battle the Premier League outfit for a chance to win their 13thh Champions League title this weekend in Kiev.
Both players have been phenomenal for their teams all competition long – with Ronaldo scoring 15 goals in the last 12 matches, while Salah has net 11 goals in the same number of games.
The Portuguese star has scored 43 goals while the Egyptian striker has 44 goals ahead of the UCL clash on Saturday, May 26.
Ronaldo said his favourite position on the pitch is the left wing as against Salah, who’s more comfortable on the right flank.
The former Manchester United forward also insisted that he is taller and uses his head to score some times as compared to a shorter Salah.
Speaking to BT Sport, Ronaldo said: "People want to compare me with other players, I am different to everyone. Salah is different to everyone. So we are different.
"He plays with the left, I play with the right, I'm tall, he's a little bit shorter.
"I play with my head, you know – we are completely different. But I have to say he has had a fantastic season, but Saturday, let's see."
Ronaldo might win his fifth Champions League title if he leads Real Madrid to victory against Liverpool this weekend.
He also tops the scorer's chart with 15 goals and leads the race to win the highest goal scorer award.
NAIJ.com earlier reported that the Real Madrid superstar revealed his unforgettable moment was when his boat was stormed by police.
The Portugal star was investigated last year by Spanish authorities after he was being accused of evading around £13m.
The 33-year-old has been in a legal battle for months and reports suggested the ex-Manchester United star has agreed to pay around £12m and admit to four courts of tax evasion.
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