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Ronaldo’s take on 2022 FIFA World Cup winner

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Ronaldo’s take on 2022 FIFA World Cup winner. Brazilian superstar Ronaldo Nazario has provided his prediction for the FIFA World Cup champion currently being held in Qatar. The only four teams currently competing in the competition are France, Morocco, Argentina, and Croatia, which have already progressed to the semifinal stage.

Many people picked Brazil to win the competition, but Croatia overcame them in the quarterfinals on penalties. Ronaldo predicted that Brazil and France would face off in the FIFA World Cup final in 2022. But now that his home team has been eliminated, he predicts that Les Bleus will defend their title.

In an interview with AS, the two-time FIFA World Cup champion stated: “I’ve always assumed that either Brazil or France will win. Brazil withdrew, making France the undisputed favorite. For Mbappé, the World Cup is going nicely. He has exceptional technical and physical skills. He might be the best sportsperson. He has a natural talent and, at age 23, the experience of a World Cup victory.”

France’s World Cup performance has been outstanding, save for a 1-0 setback to Tunisia in their final group game. They won their group by defeating Australia and Denmark, then went on to win the Round of 16 against Poland and the Quarterfinals against England.

They have been expertly led in the assault by Kylian Mbappe, who has five goals and currently leads the race for the Golden Boot. Olivier Giroud, who has now surpassed all other French goal-scorers with 53 goals, has scored four goals while this is all going on. After France overcame England 2-1, Deschamps was asked about his post-tournament plans. He steered clear of it by saying that the semifinal showdown with Morocco is what has his full concentration right now.

He declared: “Everything moves slowly. It’s fantastic to achieve the president’s objectives. He’s ecstatic, as I imagine are many French people, but I want to celebrate what we’ve done again—regaining our position as one of the best four teams in the world. I’m currently only able to concentrate on our Wednesday match versus Morocco.”

In the event that Deschamps decides to quit the French team after the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Zinedine Zidane is the favorite to succeed him. Most likely, the World Cup champion from 2018 will stay with the team at least until the 2024 European Championships.

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Salman Shaikh
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