Cristiano Ronaldo was the biggest attention draw of the Portugal vs Switzerland Round of 16 World Cup match. A major debate became aparent after coach Fernando Santos decided to leave him on the bench and only gave him less than 15 minutes to play in the second half. Portugal had already scored five goals and Ronaldo was only getting the scraps of the game. As he got on the pitch, his grin was pretty telling. People will talk about this day as the time when Erik ten Hag was right all along about Cristiano Ronaldo. The Dutch manager started using the star less because he saw an evident decline.
However, Ronaldo fans will never leave his side regardless of how many memes are created about this moment in the FIFA World Cup. There are countless moments that were frozen in time through great memes. One is directly linked to Ronaldo’s favorite journalist: Piers Morgan and how Ronaldo will tell on Santos through another interview. Other memes Other memes focus on how much attention Ronaldo draws simply by posting an image of dozens of camera men taking his picture as he zips some water. The funniest has to be one of Mr. Bean copying during a test as Fernando Santos, he appears copying Ten Hag.
Are Ronaldo memes justified?
No matter which side you end up on, memes about any public figure are always justified if the meme is well-done. We need to understand that doing memes is slowly becoming a true artform that describes a situation through comedy in a visual manner. Cristiano Ronaldo himself should look at all these memes and laugh at ow creative some people can be. There are some memes where youngster Ramos takes the spotlight from Cristiano, his hat-trick made it happen.
Also, some of these can be video memes of scenes from television or movies that adapt perfectly to Ronaldo‘s situation. The possibilities are endless and Ronaldo should be a good sport about it. But all jokes aside, will Ronaldo start another World Cup game from now until Portugal is eliminated? Or has Gonalo Ramos stolen his thunder with his hat-trick against Switzerland? Stay tuned to see how this Ronaldo saga ends in the Portugal vs Morocco quarterfinal World Cup match.
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