- Cristiano Ronaldo appears to have a Nigerian brother he is not aware of
- The fan called out the 35-year-old on Twitter for failing to share the picture he was featured
- Uncle Abiodun, his name on the social media platform apparently photoshopped himself into the image
- Ronaldo will hope to find his scoring boots when Champions League resume this weekend
A Nigerian man has called out Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo on social media, asking if he is no longer part of the family.
The fan shared a picture of the 35-year-old enjoying a private moment with his partner Georgina Rodriguez and their four kids in their living room.
While posting the image, the young man with the Twitter handle Uncle Abiodun had photoshopped himself beside the family of six.
He accompanied the post with the caption: "Cristiano you should have posted this, am I no longer part of the family?
Ronaldo had shared his picture wearing a new hairstyle and being flanked his three younger children earlier on Thursday, August 8.
The five-time Ballon d'Or and his kids cuddled up while smiling for the camera as the forward enjoyed a little break before Champions League resumption this weekend.
CR7 will be hoping he can help the Old Lady overturn their 1-0 deficit to Lyon in the second leg and book their spot in the quarterfinals.
The Italian League champions will also be hoping to avoid another early exit from the European competition, the same way it happened last campaign.
Ronaldo has scored just two goals and one assist in seven UCL appearances so far - but he has a chance to increase that tally in the remaining part of the championship.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo has recorded his name once again in the history books of football after being rated the best player in the Italian Serie A for 2019/20 season in a ranking done by Whoscored.com.
This is a great achievement for the Juventus star who joined the Old Lady from Real Madrid and has now won the award two times.
Last Sunday, the Italian Serie A season came to an end in which Cristiano Ronaldo and his Juventus teammates were crowned the champions in remarkable style.
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