The international break is here once more with countries competing for the 2022 world cup qualifiers. The world cup qualifiers between Ireland and Portugal had finally come to an end, with the game ending in a 0-0 goalless draw in Ireland. The both teams played to their best performances, but there was no goal recorded as the game ended in a goalless draw. Cristiano Ronaldo, the Portuguese forward and the Manchester United forward did all he could to lead his team to a victory, but was unsuccessful. However, as the match ended in a 0-0 goalless draw, a young invader who happens to be a fan of the Portuguese striker, Cristiano Ronaldo invaded the pitch after the match. The young invader invaded the pitch just to give Cristiano Ronaldo a hug. On seeing the young invader, Cristiano Ronaldo stopped and gave her a hug after which he gave her his shirt as a gift.
This is a nice gesture from Cristiano Ronaldo.
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