The Portugal captain’s armband which Cristiano Ronaldo slammed into the bottom after his obvious successful objective was disallowed in a World Cup qualifier towards Serbia was put up for public sale on Tuesday.
A charity group which is making an attempt to gather cash for the surgical procedure of a 6-month-old boy from Serbia with spinal muscular atrophy bought the armband from a stadium employee who picked it up after the match resulted in a 2-2 draw on Saturday in Belgrade.
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The group mentioned the blue armband with the letter C can be in a web-based public sale for 3 days.
Ronaldo walked off the sector moments earlier than the ultimate whistle after his injury-time objective was not allowed by officers. The Juventus participant dinked the ball over the Serbia goalkeeper and it apparently crossed the road earlier than being cleared by an opposing defender.
Whereas heading straight into the dressing room earlier than the ultimate whistle, Ronaldo angrily threw down his captain armband close to the touchline.
Ronaldo was publicly criticized for the motion and a few consider his offended show might result in FIFA sanctions if the governing physique deems his response to be offensive or violent conduct.