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Cristiano Ronaldo makes a virtual appearance in GTA V

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Cristiano Ronaldo is used to being one of the world's most famous footballers, and now he is one of San Andreas' most famous residents after appearing in Grand Theft Auto V.

Similar to his appearance two years ago, in GTA IV, hackers found a way to bring the Real Madrid and Portugal starlet into the latest edition of the popular game.

Ronaldo enjoyed his time in Los Santos, as he roamed around the city, up to his old tricks. On his latest spree he managed to get into more trouble than he does on the pitch, as he performed his trademark celebration in front of bikini-clad beach goers.

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He proceeded by performing keepy-uppys on the side of the freeway, before knocking a motorcyclist down with a thunderous volley. 

After stealing a Lamborghini, Ronaldo even found time to take a selfie, have a haircut and eventually let his hair down in the gentleman's club, before taking the girls out for a spin in his convertible.

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Want to see more of Ronaldo in San Andreas? Take a look at the video below, and remember it's better to shoot goals than bullets! Check it out... 

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