Manchester United's forward, Cristiano Ronaldo has appeared on the UEFA champions league scoresheet again with an opener against Young Boys. The red devils had traveled to Bern to face the Swiss top club in the start of their UEFA champions league campaign.
As Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's boys were warming up before the kick off, Cristiano Ronaldo accidentally hit a steward with a shot. The unsuspecting steward was standing on the touchline when. Ronaldo's great shot hit him making him fall.
Ronaldo went to ensure everything was well with the Steward. The gesture by Cristiano Ronaldo has been applauded by football fans all across the world. This has earned him respect not only from Manchester United's fans but also rival fans.
It is usually a good sportsman that commands respect from football fans irregardless of the clubs they are supporting. The kind gesture by Cristiano Ronaldo is not the first one in his football career. The player has in the past been seen helping injured players out of the pitch.
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