The experience attacker was full of praise for compatriot Ronaldo and claimed that he is able to perform superhuman feats on the footballing field.
Sporting Braga forward, Nuno Gomes, took out time to talk about Portugal national team captain, Cristiano Ronaldo, and his feelings at being left out for the Euro 2012 squad.
He stated that Ronaldo adds an extra fervour to the team dynamics and has the ability to decide the outcome of a match with single stroke of genius.
Gomes added that the Real Madrid superstar is blessed with extra ordinary skill set that makes him stand out from the rest of the crowd.
The Braga hitman stated that Ronaldo’s trait of never giving up and always standing there to improve himself is exceptional and confided that he has questioned his being a human at times given the talents he posses.
"It is nice to count on Ronaldo in your team, not only because of the respect others have for him, but also because of his qualities, which can decide a game," he said.
"Sometimes, he does not look human. One of his strongest characteristics is that he always wants more and to be the best."
When quizzed about his axing from the national team squad for the upcoming European championships, he stated that he was hoping against it and is heartbroken by it.
"I was hoping to hear my name in the squad announcement, but I did not, and I was sad, I cannot deny it," the Braga striker noted.
As Nuno Gomes is left behind, Ronaldo needs to perform at the Euro for a shot at the Ballon d’Or award. The Portuguese attacker scored an amazing 60 goals in the 2011/12 campaign, taking a paltry 55 games to reach the feat.
However, more impressive were his stats in the Spanish Primera Division. Ronaldo scored an impressive 46 goals over the course of the season, improving on his tally of 46 goals in the previous campaign to lift his first La Liga in Real Madrid colours since arriving at the Santiago Bernabeu three years ago.
Portugal will start their Euro 2012 campaign with a meeting with Germany, and will take on the Danish and the Dutch in their subsequent matches.