Cristiano Ronaldo not feeling the pressure ahead of Spain clash

The Portugal attacker is brimming with confidence going into his side's last-four encounter, as he expects the game to be decided by the smallest of details on Wednesday evening
Cristiano Ronaldo says he is eagerly anticipating Portugal's Euro 2012 semi-final against Spain, and has stressed that he does not feel any extra pressure prior to the match.

The Seleccao lost their tournament opener to Germany, but have since recorded three consecutive wins and now find themselves just 90 minutes away from the final in Kiev.

"I'm not feeling the pressure of playing against Spain or any other team because this is part of my life" the Real Madrid forward told

"I've been doing this for more than 10 years and so I must have become accustomed to it already. I will always have responsibility, but pressure? Not much.

"These are always competitive matches and always balanced, because the Spain team always has great players and always has had. I expect it to be the same this year.

"These are matches which are decided on small details, and I hope Portugal will be stronger in that sense.

"We know the next match will be difficult, but we are one step away from a great final."

Wednesday's match in Donetsk kicks off at 20:45CET.