Champions League: Real's Cristiano Ronaldo relishing 'group of death'
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Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo has claimed their Champions League group is the most difficult and competitive out of all other groups, but added that being the Spanish champions they don't fear any team in the world.
The former Manchester United star also warned English champions Manchester City that they faced a real tribulation after being pitted in the group of death, which also has Dutch champions Ajax and German champions Borussia Dortmund.
"It is the most difficult group and the most competitive," The Daily Star quoted Ronaldo, as saying.
"But we are ready. We are champions of Spain and we are ready to compete with anybody," he added.
Meanwhile, Emilio Butragueno, Madrid's director of institutional relations, said: "We haven't had much luck but our opponents will be saying the same."
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