Manchester United: Ronaldo returns to training after newborn son’s death

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Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo on Wednesday attended training for the Red Devils, who missed a match against Liverpool following the death of their newborn son.

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Less than two days after the death of one of his newborn twins in a tragedy that shook the football world, Cristiano Ronaldo returned to training, announced the Manchester Evening News on Wednesday. The player had the benefit of leave as long as it was necessary for him to recover from the play. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner was photographed in a vehicle upon arrival at the training centre. According to the Daily Mail, he attended the entire session along with all his teammates.

Jurgen Kloppy’s spirit

In what was arguably a loss against Liverpool (4-0 win for the Reds) on Tuesday evening, the Portuguese striker missed out on a moment of solidarity at Anfield. In the 7th minute, Anfield’s spectators stood up and cheered, like the Portuguese superstar’s shirt number, as Kopp sang the Reds anthem ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’. never alone).

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The five-time Ballon d’Or, 37, was already the father of four children, three of whom were through surrogacy before meeting Georgina Rodriguez. “Thanks Liverpool for this moment. We will never forget what you did for our family today”, relayed Cristiano Ronaldo’s crew.

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The entire stadium’s interaction with an opposing player greatly impressed Jurgen Klopp, for whom it was “the best moment of the meeting”. “There are many things so much more important in life than football, we’re thinking of Cristiano and his family,” said the German technician.

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