Cristiano Ronaldo: Katia Aveiro labels his brother's COVID-19 'fraud'

Cristiano Ronaldo: Katia Aveiro labels his brother's COVID-19 'fraud'

- Cristiano Ronaldo will miss out of Portugal's game against Sweden after testing positive for COVID-19

- The 35-year-old will self-isolate in Italy very close to his club side

- Ronaldo's sister Katia, however, believes his brother's test result was the 'biggest fraud'

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Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo joined the growing list of football stars who have tested positive for the deadly coronavirus.

The 35-year-old will not be a part of Portugal's UEFA Nations League clash against Sweden in Portugal on Wednesday, October 14.

However, CR7's sister Katia Aveiro has labelled the outcome of the test as fraud, suggesting foul-play in the process. She further expressed disappointment at the way COVID-19 has been handled.

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Daily Sport quoting Il Gazzettino claims the five-time Ballon d'Or winner will self isolate when he returns to Italy.

Although the former Real Madrid and Manchester United forward is expecting another test result to be sure, he is however not showing any symptom of the infection. Katia said on Instagram:

“If Cristiano Ronaldo needs to be the one to wake up the world, I have to say that this Portuguese is a predestined, someone sent by God. Thank you!!!

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“I believe quite a few thousand will start believing so much as me in this pandemic, in the tests, and in the measures taken... largest fraud, I have ever seen since I was born."

Ronaldo is, however, likely to miss games against Crotone and Dynamo Kyiv this weekend and next week.

He is most likely to be back for a reunion against Lionel Messi later in the month as they both renew rival in the UCL.

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Cristiano Ronaldo: Katia Aveiro labels his brother's COVID-19 'fraud'
Cristiano Ronaldo during an international friendly game vs Spain this month. Photo by David S. Bustamante/Soccrates
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According to UEFA’s protocols, Ronaldo must be Covid-free for at least one week before the fixture. earlier reported that Portugal national team coach Fernando Santos has explained that Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo is in good condition after contracting Coronavirus.

The news about the 35-year-old being tested positive for Covid-19 broke on Tuesday, October 13, by the Portuguese Football Federation and he will miss next game against Sweden.

Cristiano Ronaldo will now have to go into a 10-day quarantine before another test is done for him to know his status on the deadly virus.

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