Video: Cristiano Ronaldo left very embarassed during French TV commercial

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Being made to look foolish is something that Cristiano Ronaldo probably doesn’t enjoy, but that’s exactly what happened in the new TV commercial for French telecommunications giant SFR.

Ronaldo is an extremely self-respecting man and prides himself of being the best. He certainly wouldn’t have liked being made to look very silly for the purpose of a commercial.

So how did a telecommunications company persuade Ronaldo that he would have to be the butt of the joke during the advert?


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Well, maybe they promised him that he would be able to seductively strip - something that also happened during the short commercial.

The Portuguese star looks across the road to see an attractive female reading a book in an apartment and proceeds to try and seduce her by stripping.

He takes off his blazer and begins to unbutton his shirt before he realises he’s made an extremely embarrassing mistake.

Watch the video below to find out what happened:

The Real Madrid forward handles his hilarious error very well by laughing it off and quickly buttoning his shirt up proving that his skills on the pitch are matched with impressive acting ability.

The former Manchester United man has been in brilliant form once again this season, scoring 30 goals in 28 appearances in all competitions, including a perfect hat-trick in Saturday’s 6-0 win over Espanyol.

However, the 30-year-old has been linked with a move away from the Bernabeu with Louis van Gaal’s men, as well as PSG, reportedly interested.

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