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Cristiano Ronaldo apologizes after smashing an Everton fan's mobile phone: "I want to invite someone to Old Trafford" |  sports

Cristiano Ronaldo apologizes after smashing an Everton fan’s mobile phone: “I want to invite someone to Old Trafford” | sports

No, the big comeback season didn’t bring much fun to Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United. He came out early in the cups and the Champions League, miles away from Manchester City and Liverpool as well as the top four and the Champions League ticket seems far away. This afternoon, Ronaldo and his teammates fell 1-0 at Everton, another setback.

After the match, CR7 – who, by the way, is somewhat damaged from the fight (see photo below) – walked toward catacombs filled with pent-up frustrations. When Everton fans provoked the Portuguese, the stops began – Ronaldo dropped the cell phone of the photo-house fan on the floor.

Later in the evening, Ronaldo wore the outfit via Instagram. “It is never easy to deal with emotions in difficult moments, because we are going through one now. However, we must be respectful, patient and set an example for young people who love football. I would like to apologize for my anger and invite fans to watch a game at Old Trafford. As a sign of play Clean and sportsmanship.”

Earlier, Cristiano Ronaldo showed himself generosity. His son Cristiano Ronaldo Jr (11) has been in the eye of the storm on social media in recent days. First, the grandmother, Dolores Aveiro, posted a photo on Instagram of Cristiano Jr wearing the “Yeezy Foam Runner” sneakers, a product co-branded with American rapper Kanye West. A day later, she posted a new photo on the social media platform. Now the 11-year-old is seen wearing an adidas Nike jersey and socks. A mix of brands that didn’t suit everyone.

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Cristiano Ronaldo responded firmly to the comments: “He wears what he wants and not what others want.” The comment has now reached nearly 20,000 likes.