- Cristiano Ronaldo has been dragged on social media by supporters for wearing £2,000 pyjamas
- The 35-year-old was posted a photo of himself wearing his Louis Vuitton nighty on his yacht
- Ronaldo is expected to be on parade as Juventus began their 2020-21 season against Sampdoria
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Cristiano Ronaldo has been trolled by fans on social media for wearing his £2,000 Louis Vuitton pyjamas while chilling on his £5.5million luxury yacht.
The Juventus was spotted relaxing on his private yacht while modelling his designer's silk nightwear.
The shirt sells for £955, while the trousers will set you back £855 but the 35-year-old received a backlash from fans who perceived him a cheap person.
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Paddy Power tweeted: "Ronaldo looking like a man whose grandmother has insisted on taking a photo of him in the new pyjamas she's just bought him for his birthday."
Another fan added: "I swear my mum wears this when she sleeps."
A third supporter said: "Looks like United's away kit."
Ronaldo will be looking to begin his 2020-21 campaign with Juventus when they host Sampdoria in their first game of the season at the weekend.
CR7 is currently in good goalscoring form at his hit a century of goals in Portugal's Nations League win over Sweden.
He also scored in a pre-season friendly under new manager Andrea Pirlo as the Bianconeri thrashed Novara by 5-0.
The former Real Madrid man is currently on a short break to calm nerves with his partner Georgina Rodriguez.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that President Cyril Ramaphosa had challenged South Africans to join in the Jerusalema Challenge this Heritage Day.
This thrilled Mzansi, a massive nod to the international sensation from local musician Master KG which has inspired even global celebrities to join in the festivities by sharing their own version of the dance.
Ramaphosa issued the challenge while announcing the shift to Level 1 lockdown which the President described as South Africa's new normal.
The nation may have a long and hard road ahead of it but this small touch from Ramaphosa has made many numerous people's evenings.
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