Cristiano Ronaldo urged to quit Portugal’s World Cup campaign by his sister, Katia Aveiro

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Cristiano Ronaldo urged to quit Portugal’s World Cup campaign by his sister, Katia Aveiro

Cristiano Ronaldo urged to quit Portugal
Cristiano Ronaldo’s sister has urged him to leave the World Cup and return home after his demotion to Portugal’s bench.

Ronaldo appeared unhappy after being dropped for Portugal’s World Cup last-16 clash with Switzerland on Tuesday December 6, having failed to hit top form in their group-stage campaign.

Head coach Fernando Santos was also not happy by his captain’s furious reaction to being substituted in their final group outing against South Korea, but insists the decision not to start him against Switzerland was a tactical one.

In his absence, 21-year-old Goncalo Ramos made his first international start and netted a hat-trick in a commanding 6-1 victory. Ronaldo was later sent in 73rd minutes after kick off, however he didn’t score.

It was reported that the 37-year-old even threatened to pack his bags and leave Qatar after his recent row with Santos, but Portugal FA has denied the claim.

Ronaldo’s sister Katia Aveiro, 45, has angrily come out to urge her brother to quit Portugal’s World Cup campaign.

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