Ronaldo record shoots folders

During the warm shooting, the star crashed into a guest behind the gate and she landed. The Portuguese rushed to help.

Joy and sadness are very close to each other in football. Cristiano Ronaldo went through this bitter experience on his debut in the Champions League with Manchester United. The football star and the “Red Devils” made a guest appearance with the Young Boys of Berne on Tuesday evening. For “CR7” in fact a very special game: the Portuguese equaled the record in the first division, and it is now 177 games. The striker shares the record with Real Madrid legend Iker Casillas. The day after the Champions League, Ronaldo will likely secure the only record. In addition, the Swiss national team was the 36th team against which the United star scored. Only Lionel Messi has done it before him.

But despite Ronaldo’s early goal, Man United ended up losing. At first, defender Wan-Bissaka mocked his teammates by sending him off a soft red. The Swiss came to equalize in the second half. In injury time, the youth hit again, spoiling the dream of Ronaldo returning for Man U on the European stage.

Ronaldo shoots Koo folder

Even in the lead up to the match, the star caused a sad moment. During the warm-up, the top striker shot a few balls towards the goal. An unwelcome action happened to the Portuguese. It missed a full shot in the penalty area, hitting an unsuspecting host whose gaze was turned to the crowd at Bern’s all-sold-out Wankdorf Stadium.

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Ronaldo record shoots folders

Ronaldo record shoots folders

The huge ball hit the man so hard that he instantly sank to the ground. As a result, some security colleagues rushed to take care of the victim immediately. The folder was flat on his back, but he quickly recovered from the swipe.

Ronaldo himself apologized to the “shot victim”. The 36-year-old quickly rushed to the man who was lying on the ground and took care of the guest with the same amount of caution.

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