- Cristiano Ronaldo has been used as a superhero to launch a new mobile game called Free Fire
- The Juventus striker was seen fighting bad gangs in an action animated video clip
- More than 2 million people have viewed the video clip on his Instagram handle
Cristiano Ronaldo got dressed up as a superhero for an advert mobile game 'Free Fire' as he battled with a gang of bad guys, The Sun.
The 35-year-old posted the short video clip on his Instagram handle as he appeared as an animated character.
The Juventus striker captioned the dramatic video:
"Legend Of The Bounty Hunter: Part 2. Join the Battle. Be the Legend.
"Download Free Fire on your mobile phone now, and join the battle with me. #OperationChrono #FFxCR7 @freefireth @freefirevnofficial @garenafreefiremena."
Ronnie as he was addressed the character in the mobile game was attacked by a group of enemies in the opening shot.
He gunned two men down and delivered some martial art skills with kicks and punches to the other guys attacking him.
Many more gang members then started shooting as he lays down his trademark 'Siuuuuu' goal celebration which provides a shield from the bullets being shot at him.
As the protective ring fades, Ronaldo then eliminates the remaining enemies with some precision shooting.
The action video had had nearly 3 million Ronaldo fans on his Instagram handle viewed it for their pleasure.
Ronaldo is on the verge of becoming football's all-time record goalscorer if he notches up another strike for Juventus.
The Portugal international will be on parade when the Biaconeri travel to San Siro for the second time this season to take on Serie A rivals Inter Milan.
And if he finds the back of the net in that game he would be hitting the incredible 760-goal mark in his career.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo's goal against Sassuolo in Serie A means he has equalled the all-time record for the most goals scored in football.
The five-time ballon d'Or winner is now tied with Czech legend Josef Biscan who scored 759 goals, the most scored by an individual player in the history of the round leather game.
His brace during the 3-1 win over Udinese after the New year saw him move past Brazilian legend Pele who scored 757 goals.
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