- Ronaldo knocks a woman to the ground (photos)

Ronaldo knocks a woman to the ground (photos)


Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo has apologized to a woman after he knocked her to the ground with a powerful shot during the warm-up period, which preceded the match between Manchester United and its Swiss host, Young Boys, on Tuesday.

Ronaldo hit the "Madeira missile" with a powerful ball towards the goal, but it lost its way, and collided with an employee of the security team on the field, who fell to the ground from the force of the shot.

And the English newspaper, "Mirror", reported that a number of the colleagues of the security employee and the paramedics rushed to provide first aid, and Ronaldo was not late either, as he went to check on her, and apologized for that strong shot.
Ronaldo scored the first goals of the new season of the European Champions League today, Tuesday, at the start of his career with Manchester United in the "Champions League".

The Portuguese star opened the scoring for the "Red Devils" early in the 13th minute from the start of the whistle, but the joy of the "Madeira missile" was not complete, as his fellow defender Aaron van Besaka was sent off in the 35th minute, and his team conceded the equalizer in the 66th minute, forcing the Norwegian Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, coach of the Manchester United team, has appointed the Serbian player Nemanja Matic instead of Ronaldo, to strengthen the midfield due to the numerical shortage.
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But the French striker, Jordan Sebachio, managed to seize the winning goal for the Swiss team, taking advantage of a fatal error committed by the English Jesse Lingard in the killer time in the fifth minute, calculated instead of lost for the meeting that was held at the "Stade de Suisse Wankdorf", in the Swiss capital, Bern.

Ronaldo, 36, scored the first goal in the new Champions League season, consolidating the record for the tournament's all-time top scorer with 135 goals.

The Portuguese star also participated in his 177th Champions League match, equaling the record of his former teammate at Real Madrid, the retired Spanish goalkeeper Iker Casillas.

Source: Agencies

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