Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo in an interview with Journalist Piers Morgan opened up about the unfortunate demise of his newborn son. The football star in his interview stated that it was the most difficult time of his life and further added the struggle of channeling emotions.
In the video snippet of the interview, Cristiano opened up about the death of his newborn boy after he and his partner Georgina Rodriguez announced that they were expecting twins back in October. The football star stated that it was one of the worst moments that he went through since his father’s death. Ronaldo further added that he and his wife failed to find a rationale behind what happened.
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Ronaldo, in his interview, also expounded on the juxtaposition of the situation where he was mourning the death of his newborn son while also welcoming his daughter into his house. Ronaldo also alleged that his club, Manchester United, didn’t believe him after he told the administration that his daughter was sick which led to him not going up to the president of the club and talking about it.
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Cristiano Ronaldo and his wife Georgina Rodriguez announced the death of their newborn boy back in April after reports of the couple expecting twins surfaced back in October 2021.
Ronaldo’s interview with Piers Morgan
Ronaldo has recently made the headlines after he appeared for a Piers Morgan interview where the Portuguese star added his takes on the inadequate functioning of the club. Ronaldo recently also added to his targeted attack on the administration of Manchester United where he stated that the American owners of the club do not care for it.
The Portuguese star also targeted his former teammate, Wayne Rooney, for his criticism about him and added that his sentiments stem from jealousy.
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On the career front
Cristiano Ronaldo will be leading the Portugal side in the Fifa 2022 World which is being hosted in Dubai. Portugal is in Group H along with Ghana, Uruguay, and Korea and will first start their campaign against Ghana on 24th November.