Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, who plies his trade for Italian powerhouse Juventus, has sent signed jerseys to every Cuban medic who has been working in Italy to lessen the overwhelming effect of Covid-19 pandemic on the nation.
Twitter account CubaSolidarity shared the news, captioning: “Italian football club Juventus sent a team shirt signed by star player, #CristianoRonaldo to every Cuban medic working in Turin to help fight coronavirus. Ronaldo & team manager wanted to thank them in person, but COVID-19 restrictions made this impossible #COVID19 #CubaSalva.”
Italian football club Juventus sent a team shirt signed by star player, #CristianoRonaldo to every Cuban medic working in Turin to help fight coronavirus. Ronaldo & team manager wanted to thank them in person, but COVID-19 restrictions made this impossible #COVID19 #CubaSalva pic.twitter.com/dTulbtDTCp
— Cuba Solidarity (@CubaSolidarity) July 15, 2020
The Cuban medics were the first foreign medics to arrive at Italy. At the time, Italy was arguably the worst hit nation, and the affected and death rates were rising exponentially. The work of medics all across the nation, including the Cubans, have made the situation stabilize. Thus, Ronaldo decided to send a sign of gratitude to the medics, in the form of signed jerseys.
Cristiano Ronaldo sends signed jerseys to all Cuban doctors
Cristiano Ronaldo has been in some trouble as of the last few days, with a horror tackle last night in Juventus’ 3-3 draw against Sassuolo, where experts believe he was lucky to avoid a red card for the foul play.
Earlier this week, his 10-year old sold son, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr was seen riding a jet ski in a viral video. The video was since deleted but not before police started an investigation as jet skiing requires a license and the license requires, amongst other things, being an adult.
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