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Ronaldo won't discuss Mourinho

Cristiano Ronaldo evaded questions regarding Jose Mourinho's latest comments about him following Portugal's friendly draw with Holland on Wednesday night.

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Cristiano Ronaldo: In action against Holland on Wednesday

Cristiano Ronaldo: In action against Holland on Wednesday

The Portuguese coach, who left Madrid this summer to return for a second stint at Chelsea, was reported as saying that he trained the "first Ronaldo" referring to the 36-year-old former Brazil and Real striker.

Mourinho claimed towards the end of his turbulent reign as Madrid boss earlier this summer that his compatriot "maybe thinks that he knows everything and that the coach cannot improve him any more", that was before Ronaldo scored twice as Real defeated Chelsea 3-1 in the International Champions Cup final in Miami a week ago

But the Portugal international, who struck a second-half equaliser to earn a 1-1 draw for his country on Wednesday night, said of the Chelsea manager when asked by reporters: "I will not talk anything about that person, not worth it.

"Sorry, but I will not talk about that person."

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