Ronaldo sends a message to his parent club Sporting Lisbon
Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo congratulated his first team, Sporting Lisbon, on winning the Portuguese Premier League title, after beating Boavista (1-0) on Tuesday in the 32nd round of the league. Ronaldo “Madeira missile” posted a picture on his social media platforms for the Lisbon Sporting players, commenting on it with the words: “Congratulations, heroes.” And the Sporting team owes its victory to its striker Paulinho, who scored his only “golden” victory, in the 36th minute of the first half of the meeting. Sporting Lisbon raised its score after this victory to 82 points, moving away in the lead, 8 points ahead of second-placed Porto, two stages before the end of the competition. It is noteworthy that Ronaldo (36 years) joined the ranks of Baraem at Sporting Lisbon in 1997, when he was 12 years old, and included in the youth and youth teams, before he was promoted to the first team in 2002, and after one year he moved to the ranks of Manchester United, and then To Real Madrid in the year 2009, and from him to his current Italian team, Juventus, in the summer of 2018.