A week after teasing one of his hardest challenges in life, legendary Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo's lie detector test video has been released. The 38-year-old Al-Nassr star took the lie detector test with Binance, a cryptocurrency website, and gave brutally honest answers to the questions about his professional and personal life.
Ronaldo, who played under Sir Alex Ferguson for six years during his first stint at the Old Trafford, talked about the best manager he has played under while the five-time Ballon d'Or winner was caught red-handed by the lie detector test when asked about Portugal winning the FIFA World Cup 2023 in the future.
The video, which was posted by Binance on YouTube, began with Ronaldo confirming his full name to interrogator Andy as Don operated the lie detector apparatus. Further, the Portuguese tried to fool the machine by giving contrasting answers about his favourite No. 7 as he said, "Yes" but gestured no with his head.
Andy then went on to ask Ronaldo whether he has Googled himself, to which the most followed athlete on Instagram replied, "Yes, so many times." Ronaldo, who became the first footballer to score 850 goals on Saturday, believed himself to be the all-time goal-scoring record-holder, however, when asked about his total goals, the legendary forward said, "835 with video." While Cristiano also told the truth about eating fast food, he was surprisingly caught lying about Portugal winning the World Cup.
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The former Real Madrid star also revealed that he watches his goals back and considers his bicycle kick against Juventus as his best-ever goal due to the difficulty and beauty of the goal. However, the star forward lied about snoring and believed that it was "unfair" to call Alex Ferguson his best coach as he has won many trophies with different coaches. Ronaldo went on to answer about NFTs and playing at the highest level in his 40s.
In the end, Ronaldo admitted him being the greatest goal-scorer of all time and nobody will be able to beat his goal-scoring record in his lifetime. However, the video ended with a question, "Would you trade all your Champions League-winning medals for the World Cup trophy?"