Cristiano Ronaldo's son sticks finger up at dad during award speech

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His father may well be one of the greatest footballers on the planet, but that clearly doesn't impress Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. 

As the Portuguese superstar took to the stage today to give his Golden Shoe acceptance speech, one member of the crowd appeared to take somewhat of a disliking to the Real Madrid forward. 

And to the surprise of many, it was was the former Manchester United player's own son. Ronaldo Junior took it upon himself to raise a finger at his father in a rather surprising yet fascinating gesture. 


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It must be noted, of course, that the Portuguese ace's son is only five-years-old, so perhaps the gesture wasn't one of spite. 

One thing is for sure, despite Ronaldo Junior's bizarre antics, the Real Madrid star would have been more than satisfied after adding to his personal trophy collection. 

Still the best 

There's no doubt about it, Ronaldo, at 30-years-old, is still at the very top of his game. There's no reason why he won't be able to sustain his success in the coming years.

He may well be approaching the latter stages of his career, but he has the physique and attitude to produce the goods for some time to come.

The former Red Devil could yet go on to achieve a couple more Golden Shoe awards over the coming years. Let's just hope Ronaldo Junior stays out of trouble...

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