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Portugal: Pitch refurbished to celebrate Ronaldo in hometown opens to public

By Ruptly
23 September 2021   |   2:40 pm
A refurbished football pitch commissioned by Nike to honour legendary player Cristiano Ronaldo has opened to the public in the star's hometown in Santo Antonio, as seen on Wednesday. A local resident could be seen kicking a ball around the court, which came complete with a painted goal. The inspirational phrase 'Greatness starts with a goal' woven into its netting.

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