Cristiano Ronaldo might be the star of the Portugal football team but it was a little 'moth' who stole his thunder during Euro 2016 final of Portugal against France.
Cristiano Ronaldo. Pic/AFP
Cristiano Ronaldo left many shocked when he left the field on a stretcher after a leg injury, minutes into match. The Portugal captain fell to the ground clutching his knee midway through the first half. The pain seemed unbearable for Ronaldo who sat on turf with tears in his eyes.
While the star player's injury meant bad news for the match, what was worse was a moth landing on his eye. An incident of mere 10 seconds made the moth a star of a lifetime by Twitterverse. By half time, there were not only more than 30 accounts on Twitter but also theories about the latest star of the show.
In case you missed it, this is what happened!
Even a moth can’t heal Ronaldo. pic.twitter.com/wTHCdmxS7o— Andy Dawson (@profanityswan) July 10, 2016
Here are some of the tweets.
I think that moth was a Ronaldo fan and was trying to wipe away his tears— The Bad Doctor (@DOCTORATLARGE) July 10, 2016
RIP Ronaldo's Moth. The world's most famous footballing insect has died after a long and illustrious career. He was 6 weeks old.— Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais) July 10, 2016
Imagine if the moth swallowed one of Ronaldo's tears he could become the greatest player in insect history x— noel fielding (@noelfielding11) July 10, 2016
The Moth is rumoured to be going into the next Celebrity Big Brother.— Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais) July 10, 2016
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