Cristiano Ronaldo ends the year of his 20 years of professional soccer, with a huge recognition in football world. Having beaten Lionel Messi, Mohamed Salah to win Globe Soccer Player of the century.
The 35-year-old five-time Ballon d’Or winner was voted and named Globe Soccer Awards Player of the Century which was hosted in Dubai.
Robert Lewandoski won player of the year while Real Madrid won club of the century.
After receiving the award, the former Manchester United, Real Madrid and now Juventus striker revealed that the award will make him to even work harder despite his advanced age.
He said: “Being here with great champions such as Robert Lewandoski, Gerard Pique and Iker Casillas is amazing.
“Iker is an incredible example for everyone when he had his problem, he made us understand that we need to value what we have. I am 36, but I still love football, my life and my family.
“This award is giving me motivation, it’s amazing to be part of this event, this is a big honour for me. I hope the pandemic will be over next season and more people will be here. Thanks for this trophy, I am really happy. I hope I can continue to play for a few years.” He concluded as he received his award.