Silva firmly rejects the idea of trading Champions League for Ballon d’Or opportunity

Bernardo Silva savors team accomplishments more than personal accolades and would prioritize winning the Champions League over the Ballon d’Or.

Manchester City clinched the Premier League title for the fourth consecutive season with Silva playing a key role.

Silva contributed six goals and nine assists to City’s title run, including the winner in the FA Cup semi-final.

Since joining City in 2017, Silva has accumulated 13 major trophies, including six Premier League titles and a Champions League.

Silva believes individual awards often favor strikers over the collective effort of a team.

Silva values team success, stating that the Champions League triumph is superior to winning the Ballon d’Or.

Portugal’s Euro 2024 campaign is Silva’s next focus as they strive to secure their second title in the tournament.

Silva was both frustrated and elated when Portugal won their first major tournament in 2016 while he was sidelined due to injury.

Looking ahead to Euro 2024, Silva acknowledges the unique pressure of representing Portugal and feels responsible for performing well.

Portugal kicks off their Euro 2024 quest against the Czech Republic on June 18 in Group F.

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