Cristiano Ronaldo buys football boots for son's 10th birthday

Cristiano Ronaldo buys football boots for son's 10th birthday

- Cristiano Ronaldo’s first child was born in 2010 during the Fifa World Cup in South Africa

- Junior was born in an American clinic and his mother is still unknown to us

- Ronaldo bought a pair of football boots for his child as a birthday gift

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Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. celebrated his 10th birthday on Wednesday and his father has bought him a pair of football boots.

They were seen in a footage as the dad helped the son tie the boots before they ran onto a makeshift football pitch where Junior hit the ball into an empty net.

He was born on June 17, 2010 in San Diego, California, United States and his legendary father also took to social media to celebrate the lad.

The Juventus striker took to Twitter to wish his son a happy birthday. The former Real Madrid striker says he can't believe he is 10 years old already.

Cristiano Ronaldo and son Cristiano Jr. Photo Credit: Getty Images

Cristiano Ronaldo buys football boot for adorable son as he celebrates 10th birthday/ Photo credit: Getty Images
Source: Getty Images

Ronaldo’s mum, Dolores Aviero, also penned a heartwarming tribute to her grandson as she was the one that brought the baby to Portugal after he was born in an American clinic.

In a biography in 2014, the grandmother told of how she went to Florida to pick up Cristiano Jr and that was when the father was representing Portugal at the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa.

And over a decade after, the identity of Cristiano Jr.’s mother is still a major secret held by the family. However as he clocks 10 on Wednesday, the delighted and proud Aviero said the child is destined for the family.

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Napoli vs Juventus was decided on penalties after a 0-0 draw as the side from Naples emerged Coppa Italia winners with a 4-2 scoreline.

Juventus missed their first two spot-kicks from Paulo Dybala and Danilo with Lorenzo Insigne and Politano converting their respective chances.

Cristiano Ronaldo was anonymous all through the match as the water-tight Napoli defence kept him at bay, he only forced a save from Alex Meret once.

Napoli deservedly won the match 4-2 on penalties as Gattuso lifted his first trophy as a manger.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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