Cristiano Ronaldo: Portuguese's new 120kg statue unveiled made of chocolate

Cristiano Ronaldo: Portuguese's new 120kg statue unveiled made of chocolate

- Cristiano Ronaldo another statue has been unveiled

- This time, the sculpture was made of what Ronaldo cherishes -- chocolate

- According to the chocolatier Jorge Cardoso, it took him up to 200 hours to finish the amazing artwork

Cristiano Ronaldo has got another statue unveiled in his name, but this time the new 120kg 1.87m tall sculpture is made entirely of chocolate in Givisiez, Switzerland.

The amazing life-size effigy which was built in the image of the Portuguese star with his number 7 jersey for Portugal national team took over 200 hours before it was finally brought into a stunning artwork.

Chocolatier Jorge Cardoso, who built the statue, revealed that the sculpture was made in his spare time at the Suard chocolatier factory.

Impressively, also added to the chocolate version of the Portuguese is Nike symbol, the UEFA European Championship logo and the Portugal badge, with the sculpture having a close resemblance of the Juve hitman.

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In terms of physique and hair, the statue could be said to be a more professional design considering other horror ice statues which were made for the Portuguese star in the past.

Ronaldo is not a new football celebrity to have his statue unveiled. In his hometown, the Juventus star got his statue unveiled two years back as part of events towards renaming Madeira airport after him.

In 2014 another statue of Ronaldo was unveiled Ricardo Velos, but it was an artistically poor sculpture which might give Ronaldo a bit of nightmare.

Cristiano Ronaldo was also given a quite noble-worth remodelling after the Portuguese star's statue was unveiled in celebration of a popular festival in Tuscany, Italy.

New 120kg Cristiano Ronaldo statue unveiled - and it's made entirely of chocolate

New 120kg chocolate-made statue of Cristiano Ronaldo statue unveiled. Credit: Twitter, Daily Star
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The Juve star's effigy was given a supermodel "Iron Man" shape as parts of the activities put in line for the Viareggio Carnival, with reports claiming the new robot-like statue was built through hard metals from head to toe.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Zlatan Ibrahimovic's towering statue has been defaced and burnt by angry Malmo football fans after the Swedish star bought a 25% stake in rival club Hammarby.

The Swedish star became the latest football star to venture into club ownership after buying a chunk of percentage in a Swedish topflight club which was announced on Wednesday, November 27.

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