Edinson Cavani expects Cristiano Ronaldo to be at his most dangerous when Paris Saint-Germain face Real Madrid in the Champions League last 16.
The Portugal star struggled badly for form in domestic competition in the first half of the season, scoring just four goals in 15 LaLiga appearances.
The 33-year-old has shown signs of returning to his very best in 2018, though, hitting seven goals in his last three league matches. He has also scored nine goals in Los Blancos’ six group games of the Champions League.
“Well, he has more experience than me and I’m sure he’ll know how to get out of this situation,” he told Marca when asked about Ronaldo’s relative struggles.
“I believe that this won’t make him uncomfortable, being the kind of forward that he is, with such self-belief.”
“As a forward, you know these things happen. In one match, this motivation can come back.”