You know it probably well.
A long work week is coming to an end and you have most of all just want to clothe you in the weekend set and relax before the next week waiting.
Cristiano Ronaldo has it on the way, and he chose to show up for its 227 million followers on Instagram.
'Start the weekend with a good atmosphere and good style,' wrote the superstar to his postings on the social media.
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Starting the weekend with a good vibe and a good style.
As you can see in the commentary track, so it's not all, there is just impressed by Ronaldo's outfit.
Among other things, the former team-mate Claudio Marchisio sent a lot of laughing emojis portugiserens the way, like Mehdi Benatia casts doubt on the outfit with the comment:
'honestly, man... Good style? I don't know', he writes.
Nor has the former West ham star Paolo Di Canio, who, like Ronaldo also has tørnet out for Juventus, is further impressed by the superstar.
In an interview on top in the showdown between Parma and Inter,, he deems the style of Sky's studio, and as several Italian media writes, then the judgment is not good.
- Cristianos style? 'Okay, all together, I go my way. But I must not in bed. I miss just playing paddle', imitates Di Canio, Ronaldo in the studio.
- I would be ashamed of me in front of the mirror. But if I wanted to try it? No thank you, he adds.
Paolo Di Canio has primarily made themselves a name in English football. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
Without further comparison has both Cristiano Ronaldo and Paolo Di Canio cemented their status in English football, like they both had a stay in the Italian top team Juventus.
Di Canios heyday was in the West ham, as he came to in 1999, and that he among other things were to lead in the UEFA Cup in his debutsæson.
Since he has the card been tried as a manager, as he was for Swindon Town between 2011 and 2013, before he went to Sunderland and a half years, where he was fired.
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