- Cristiano Ronaldo's fashion sense came under hilarious scrutiny from his Juventus teammates
- The 35-year-old shared an image wearing an expensive colorful outfit online
- Defender Leonardo Bonucci was among the first one to publicly ridicule the look online
Cristiano Ronaldo is known to be a great in many departments on the pitch but not the same can be said about his dressing, sometimes.
The Portugal superstar, considered one of the greatest ever to play the game, has been in the media for rocking some of the most expensive pieces of attire known in the fashion world today.
Legit.ng also recently covered CR7’s Rolex watch which is the most expensive in history.
As far as dressing is concerned, the former Real Madrid marksman is quite simply free-spirited.
This was exhibited once again on Saturday, June 27 when he shared a photo of himself in some Louis Vutton wear which did not necessarily go down well with his team mates.
In the photo accessed by Legit.ng, the 35-year old rocked a Hawaiian shirt valued at around £655 and matched it with some board shorts which, according to Sunsport, cost around £600.
"Starting the weekend with a good vibe and a good style,” Ronaldo captioned the photo.
To say the outfit was screaming with color would be an understatement.
Typically, ardent Ronaldo fans see no wrong in the footballer whatsoever but that was not the case with some of his teammates who tackled him mercilessly in the comment section.
Defender Medhi Amine El Mouttaqi Benatia was among the first to react in savage fashion as he dismissed his superstar team mate’s fashion sense.
"Come and bro, good style I don’t know." Benatia wrote.
Another defender, Leonardo Bonucci also hoped in by sharing several laughing emojis along with the caption “Unbelievable”.
Retired midfielder Marchisio also saw the hilarious side of the entire outfit.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Juventus vs Lecce ended 4-0 in favour of Maurizio Sarri's men as they move seven points clear of second place Lazio on the Serie A table.
Paulo Dybala, Cristiano Ronaldo, Gonzalo Higuain and Matthijs de Ligt all got their names on the scoresheet as the Old Lady were unstoppable at the Allianz Stadium.
Chances were few are far between in the first half but the talking points of the period was when Fabio Lucioni was shown a straight red card in the 32nd minute for a professional foul.
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