A statue depicting Cristiano Ronaldo’s entire torso has recently been erected in Saudi Arabia as a way of paying tribute to the Portuguese superstar. It’s just that a lot of individuals have turned this statue into a source of humor for them.
There are no indications that Cristiano Ronaldo would ever retire, despite the fact that he is 38 years old already. With the support of CR7, the Portuguese team was able to secure the opportunity to compete in the European Championship in 2024, which will be hosted in Germany during the summer of 2024. The explosion of performance in the style of “reverse aging” Ronado’s performance was also displayed in his appearances for Al Nassr Club in the Saudi Arabian National Championship (Saudi Pro League). Ronado’s performance included both his appearances and his appearances.
The statue of Cristiano Ronaldo became a subject of satire
In light of the fact that a full-body monument of Cristiano Ronaldo has been erected in the museum that bears his name in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, the term Ronaldo is currently being uttered quite frequently. In addition to replicating the most significant moments of Ronaldo’s career, this museum also features replicas of the championship wins that this superstar has earned throughout the course of his career. The museum opened its doors at the end of October. The museum is a part of the process of negotiating with Al Nassr and the local administration in order to honor the first great player of contemporary football to accept the opportunity to play in this country.
However, the fact that the full-body statue of Ronaldo caused fans to get anxious was due to the fact that they were no longer able to identify the player. Some of the humorous comments that fans have made about the statue of Cristiano Ronaldo that is located in the museum in Riyadh include the following: “Someone tell me, whose statue is this?” “This is definitely a statue of a certain player wearing the Al Nassr shirt,” and “Maybe Ronaldo can’t even guess who this statue belongs to anymore.”