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Anfield applauded in the 7th minute as a gesture of support for Cristiano Ronaldo

After Cristiano Ronaldo confirmed in public that the son he was expecting with Georgina Rodriguez died before birth, an initiative of support arose among Liverpool fans. The Reds applauded in the 7th minute of their match against Manchester United as a gesture to the Portuguese.

Liverpool fans gave a minute's applause in support of Cristiano and his family.
Liverpool fans gave a minute's applause in support of Cristiano and his family.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez were expecting twins, a son, and a daughter, but, unfortunately, the little one lost his life before being born. The couple confirmed it through their social networks. They asked for privacy and respect and the expressions of affection from countless personalities and clubs were not long in coming. Liverpool fans, in addition, applauded him at Anfield to give him their support.

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Manchester United, this matchday, is playing against the Reds as a visitor. The Reds fans applauded in the 7th minute, which coincides with the Portuguese's shirt number, to show their support for him in these moments of distress. The Portuguese will not be on the field, in any case.

Liverpool fans leading by example

With the great expectation that the clash will entail, the wink to the footballer will reach the ears of the entire football planet and it did not take long to gain notoriety on social networks. This is precisely the aim of the local stand, which is well known for being one of the most mythical in history.

Liverpool fans were also in the spotlight a few days ago during the FA Cup semifinals. In the minute's silence in honor of the victims of the Hillsborough tragedy, there was a sector of Manchester City fans who did not respect the mourning, which prompted the 'sky blues' to regret it in a formal statement.

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