Manchester United’s Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo has sent a sad and moving message to bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth II, who died on Thursday.
The football player posted a photo of the late British queen via his official Instagram account to express his grief over her death.
Ronaldo wrote in his post: “I played 7 years of my Premier League career, which makes this season my 8th in England. Forever”.
The 37-year-old Portugal captain added: “I respect his memory and regret this irreparable separation from the country I learned to call. My prayers and my heart are with the royal family.”
English Premier League games postponed
The English Premier League has announced the postponement of the seventh round of the competition due to the death of Queen Elizabeth, with the Premier League issuing an official statement on Friday afternoon announcing the postponement of next week’s games as a sign of mourning. Queen of Great Britain.
“Following a meeting this morning, it was decided to postpone a round of Premier League games this weekend, including the post-match match on Monday night,” noting that the decision was taken as a mark of respect and honor for the extraordinary performance by the queen. life. .
Source: Al Ittihad
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