Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the world’s leading footballers, has been advised by local officials that he has ‘no privilege’ regarding the lockdown rules. The Yuvents striker was seen training at the National Stadium in Madeira.
All football-related tournaments around the world have been postponed due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. The lockdown is declared in many countries including India due to this deadly virus. Some matches were played in the stadium without an audience.
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According to a report, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner was seen practicing at Ronaldo Stadium. He is currently spending time at his home in Portugal.
Ronaldo during practice
Gol.com quoted Medira’s health secretary Pedro Ramos as saying, “Ronaldo has no special permission to train. Ronaldo must respect the rules like all citizens. ‘ Ronaldo was seen practicing at the CD National home ground with fellow players.
Ramos said, “All citizens can go out of the house, but they can not organize any kind of crowd and cannot organize any more meetings.” It is also necessary to maintain a safe distance during practice.
He said, ‘Ronaldo had no special rights because he is equal to all of us. We are all facing the same epidemic. ‘