Cristiano Ronaldo Bans Mother From Watching His Games, Gives Big Reason That Will Stun Fans
- Cristiano Ronaldo has told his mum to stay away from watching games due to her present health condition
- Dolores was admitted in the hospital months back where she spent days and Ronaldo has been monitoring her since then
- The five-time Ballon d'Or winner recently rejoined Manchester United and he is expected to face Newcastle this coming weekend
Dolores who is the precious mother of Cristiano Ronaldo has been banned from watching big games by his star son who gave heath condition as the rationale for his decision.
Football fans in England and many parts of the world are currently waiting for Cristiano Ronaldo's debut for Manchester United in the Premier League having rejoined the Red Devils from Juventus.
Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Manchester United was not what football fans and pundit expected initially as the Portuguese was linked with rivals Manchester City.
But after being called by former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson and international teammate Bruno Fernandes, Cristiano Ronaldo snubbed move to the Etihad stadium and agreed to land at Old Trafford.
Manchester United will be facing Newcastle United in their next encounter in which Ronaldo is expected to make his debut for the Red Devils at Old Trafford.
Why did he ban his mum from watching?
Cristiano Ronaldo's reaction
"I say, 'Listen, I don't have a father any more. I don't want to lose my mum, too, so you're not going to watch quarter finals, semi-finals, or finals."
Cristiano Ronaldo released from Portugal camp
The 2016 European champions came from a goal down to beat the Republic of Ireland 2-1 in their 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier earlier this week.
Ronaldo scored both goals for his country towards the end of the fixture and in the process bagged a yellow card that ruled him out of their next encounter against Azerbaijan on September 7.
The goals also bore some personal significance for Ronaldo as he became the all-time goal scorer in men’s international football with 111 goals.
The only blooper in an otherwise perfect night for the 36-year old was the fact that he received a yellow card during the game and was subsequently banned for Portugal’s next match.