On the eve of the FIFA World Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal offered an exclusive peek at his new wax figure for the Madame Tussauds museum in New York on Saturday. On the eve of the FIFA World Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal offered an exclusive peek at his new wax figure for the Madame Tussauds museum in New York on Saturday. Ronaldo, who will be competing in his sixth World Cup, will once again lead Portugal throughout the tournament in Qatar.
When Ronaldo’s visage appeared over all of the billboards in Times Square, a massive crowd gathered. Ronaldo resorted to social media to post a video of his wax figure being unveiled.
I’m taking over Times Square with my new wax figure and introducing Portugal to the rest of the globe! #visitportugal #madametussaudsusa pic.twitter.com/Ud1gKxyLdU
Notably, Ronaldo has been in the spotlight due to his contentious interview with British journalist Piers Morgan.
Ronaldo claimed in the interview, which was released in two parts earlier this week, that he feels “betrayed” by his current club, Manchester United, and that manager Erik ten Hag and other senior executives are attempting to force him out.
United released a formal statement on Friday, stating that it has taken “necessary actions” in reaction to the shocking interview given by the Portuguese star.
Last season, Ronaldo, who will rejoin United from Juventus in July 2021, scored 24 goals in all competitions.
However, United had a disappointing season, failing to qualify for the Champions League.
Porugal has been grouped with two-time winners Uruguay, South Korea, and Ghana.
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They will begin their campaign against Ghana on November 24.
Ronaldo, who has confessed that this will most likely be his final World Cup, is eager to add another prize to his collection.