Cristiano Ronaldo releases Portugal training video

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Cristiano Ronaldo may well be one of the most hard working footballers the world has ever seen, but it's safe to say that he does like to enjoy himself now and again. 

The former Manchester United star has once again enjoyed a prolific campaign at Real Madrid - he has netted 28 goals in 30 La Liga games this season - and will be desperate to find his very best form ahead of Euro 2016. 

At 31-years-old, Ronaldo is by no means a fading force in the game and most definitely has the credentials to inspire Portugal to the latter stages of the summer's tournament. 


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He will, however, be hoping to improve on his last showing for his country; the enigmatic superstar missed a penalty on Friday as his country fell to a surprising 1-0 defeat at the hands of Bulgaria. 

In fact, his failure for Portugal meant that he had missed two penalties in the space of a week for both club and country. 

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But it's safe to say that Ronaldo hasn't been sulking too much...

The dynamic forward has released a rather interesting training ground video on Instagram. 

In the video that you can see below, Ronaldo has seemingly taken on new ways of, well, inspiring his Portuguese teammates. 

During the warm up, Ronaldo showed off some rather interesting dance moves. It's safe to say that he certainly enjoyed his time in the spotlight - he always does - but you can't be too sure that his teammates were that impressed. Sorry, Cristiano. 

Anyway, you can see the video for yourself here: 

Portugal for the cup? 

So, can Ronaldo really inspire Portugal to trophy success this summer? Well, there's every chance that he will be the best player in the tournament, but even his heroics may not be enough for this team. 

Fernando Santos' side most definitely have potential, but they appear to be behind the likes of Germany, Spain and France, who will begin the competition as favourites. 

It's unlikely that Ronaldo will be able to take on Europe's best sides on his own, so the likes of Nani, Pepe, Danny and co. will have to prove their class. Portugal are next in action against Belgium in another friendly clash this evening. 

Who will win Euro 2016? Have your say below! 

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