Brazilian soccer star Ronaldo said on Friday he is ready to play 90 minutes in their match against China on Saturday in Sowipo, South Korea in the second round of the World Cup group competition.
After a long period of recovery due to a right-knee surgery, the Brazilian striker faced difficulties to endure the pace of thefull length of a whole match.
"I wish to play a whole match against China. I'll give my best.My physical condition has markedly improved lately," Ronaldo said,after a training session in the Sowipo Stadium, on Friday.
Exited by the goal scored against Turkey in Brazil's World Cup debut, the Milan Inter striker looks forward at doing more in the Saturday match.
"I'm eager to play the match. I respect the Chinese, but I want to score as many goals as possible," he said.
In addition to Ronaldo, another player asserting to be in excellent shape to face China, is midfielder Ricardinho, who appeared in the national team last Wednesday in substitution of midfielder Emerson.
"I am ready to play. If Luiz Felipe Scolari needs me, I'm prepared. I feel fine and totally adapted to the East Asia time, in spite of just having been three days here."