Cristiano Ronaldo, the star of the Al-Nassr team and the highest paid athlete in the world, was subjected to the lie detector test. The questions were not about private life, and some were oddly worded, bringing up future events. Here are the questions for which the red light was lit for false answers.
Cristiano Ronaldo, to the lie detector
Cristiano Ronaldo was subjected to a lie detector test by Binance, a cryptocurrency provider promoted by the Portuguese star, sparking the curiosity of his millions of fans. The footballer admitted that this test was one of his most difficult challenges so far.
The Portuguese star had to answer several questions, which did not concern his private life, and some had a bizarre wording, bringing up future events. One of them was about the scissor goal against Juventus. He was asked if he was the most beautiful of his career and Cristiano Ronaldo answered yes, but the detector said it was a lie.
What questions did Cristiano Ronaldo answer on the lie detector test?
Have you ever googled your name?
Yes, many times. (True)
Are you the record holder for goals scored in football history?
Do you eat fast food?
Yes, so many times! (True)
Will Portugal win the World Cup?
Do you review the goals you score?
Was the scissor goal against Juventus the best of your career?
Yes. I think so, this procedure has a particular difficulty. (Fake)
Is the Premier League the toughest championship in the world?
Probably not. Maybe only sometimes. Let’s say not. (Fake)
Is Sir Alex Ferguson the greatest manager in history?
It’s unfair to say the biggest. What does the biggest mean? It is not fair to mention only one. (True)
Will you still be playing at the highest level after you turn 40?
Will someone break your goalscoring record?
Would you trade all your Champions League medals for a world title?
Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the greatest players in the history of football. CR7 has won the Ballon d’Or five times, scored 850 career goals and has millions of followers on X (formerly Twitter) and Instagram.
The Portuguese star is the most famous player to sign for a club in Saudi Arabia at the start of the year and has become the world’s highest paid athlete. Cristiano Ronaldo earns a salary of 200 million euros per season at Al-Nassr.