Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo has shared a message of unity and solidarity to bring people together in the fight against the virus.
The Portugal international did so posing with masks showing the flags of his home country and the country in which he lives, with Italy having been impacted particularly severely.
"In this very difficult moment for our world it is important we unite and support each other," he posted, alongside the hashtags #beyondthemask and #nevergiveup.
"Let's all do what we can to help," Cristiano is in Portugal through lockdown, having left Turin.
Notably, the Serie A competition where Ronaldo plays for his current club Juventus has been suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak. All the players of the team were quarantined after Blaise Matuidi, Daniele Rugani and Paolo Dybala tested positive for COVID-19.
Despite the ongoing lockdown across the globe caused by the pandemic, Ronaldo is keeping himself fit with tough workout regimes. The Portuguese, who is known for his great fitness level, has been maintaining his right shape inside his seven-story mansion.
Cristiano Ronaldo is set to become the first footballer and the third sports person overall to cross career earnings over 1 billion US dollars despite a huge 3.8 million Euro wage cut from his current employers Juventus.
Talking about COVID-19, the virus has claimed more than 1 lakh lives and has infected around 17 lakh across the globe so far.
BDST: 1325 HRS, APR 11, 2020