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Ronaldo’s beautiful tribute to Elizabeth II

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The honors multiplied after the disappearance of Elizabeth II, which was announced Thursday. On social media, Cristiano Ronaldo paid tribute to the memory of the former Queen of England, who died at the age of 96.

A shock wave swept the UK. The Queen of England Elizabeth II died, Thursday, at the age of 96, after 70 years of rule. Since his disappearance was announced, reactions have poured in from all over the world. Political leaders, personalities from all walks of life, athletes… Everyone had a word in the name of the Queen of England on February 6, 1952 and now leaves the throne to her son Charles.

“I am saddened by this irreparable loss.”

The world of football is no exception to this planetary event. Among the reactions, Cristiano Ronaldo’s reaction. Extremely attached to the English Championship, the Portuguese striker from Manchester United did not hide his emotions on social media. “I spent seven years of my career in the Premier League, making this my eighth season in England. Throughout these years, I have felt the UK’s eternal love for its Queen, and how important and always Her Majesty the Queen is to the British people. I respect his memory and grieve for this irreplaceable loss. With the country I came to call “home.” My thoughts and prayers are with the royal family.”wrote on Instagram The former Juventus Turin player appeared 337 times in all competitions in the uniform of the Red Devils, compared to 142 goals.

As a result of the death of Elizabeth II, the ten matches of the seventh day of the English Premier League were postponed. This weekend there will be posters for Fulham – Chelsea, Bournemouth – Brighton and Hove Albion, Leicester City – Aston Villa, Liverpool – Wolverhampton, Southampton – Brentford, Manchester City – Tottenham, Arsenal – Everton, West Ham United – Newcastle, Crystal Palace – Manchester United Leeds United – Nottingham Forest. The first steps on the bench will await from Graham Potter, who has been promoted to the new Chelsea boss.

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