'Look at the joy!' – Watch Cristiano Ronaldo give young Portugal fan high-five who runs away in excitement | The Sun

CRISTIANO RONALDO made a young Portugal fans day with the simplest of gestures – a high-five.

The youngster, a ball boy in Portugal's 2-0 win over Czech Republic on Thursday, ran away in excitement after slapping hands with the great Ronaldo.


The child sensed their opportunity when Ronaldo ran in to the advertising hoardings behind Jindrich Stanek's goal.

As the Manchester United star shouted out in frustration after a missed opportunity, the youngster ran over to him.

Rather than supply Portugal with a new ball, as his fellow ball boy did, they made a beeline for Ronaldo and held out a hand for a high-five.

The superstar forward duly obliged and touched hands with the young fan.

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And in a heart-warming reaction, they then ran off in excitement with their hand on their hand after sharing a moment with the five-time Ballon d'Or winner.

Fans on social media were left uplifted by the interaction between Ronaldo and the ball boy.

One wrote on Twitter: "This is adorable."

A second said: "Just by that small action, look at the joy he gave to the kid."

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Meanwhile another joked: "He won't wash that hand again!"

A fourth added: "Cristiano Ronaldo after everything said, he is a top notch human being. Love the video."

Goals from Joao Cancelo and Goncalo Guedes helped Portugal to a 2-0 win over Czech Republic.

The result puts Portugal top of their Nations League group, which includes rivals Spain, after two wins and a draw from three games.

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