Ronaldo's National team captain band auctioned


An armband that Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo tossed to the ground in dissatisfaction during a World Cup qualifying match against Serbia a week ago was sold at a closeout for $75,000 to help clinical treatment for a Serbian infant. 

The Associated Press revealed that Serbian state TV Friday said a compassionate gathering put the blue skipper's armband online for offering. 

The cash raised will go to a 6-month-old kid experiencing spinal solid decay, as indicated by the AP. 

Ronaldo eliminated the armband following Portugal's 2-2 attract the match against Serbia after he accepted he scored the match dominating objective in injury time. 

Nonetheless, an official said that the goalkeeper cleared the ball before it had the option to make it past the objective line, the AP announced. 

Ronaldo at that point furiously threw down his armband as he strolled off the pitch, and the article was subsequently gotten by an on the job fireman, who gave the armband to the cause bunch. 

The news administration noticed that the three-day online sale included cases that a few members attempted to upset the offering by vowing tremendously high amounts of cash. 

Specialists said they would eliminate and rebuff the individuals who made the phony offers, as indicated by the AP. 

Ronaldo's baffled response drew analysis from a few, and the headliner later said in an Instagram post, "I generally give and will give everything for my country, that won't ever change." 

"Yet, there are troublesome occasions to manage, particularly when we feel that a whole country is being hurt," he composed, adding that "being chief of the Portugal group is one of the best pride and advantages of my life."

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