CRISTIANO RONALDO is the last superstar to have taken up a sporting challenge during the football suspension against the coronavirus.
The Portuguese legend posted a video on his Instagram page, inviting fans to take up his “Living Room Cup” challenge.
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This involves touching as many toes as possible in 45 seconds.
And the five-time 35-year-old Ballon d’Or winner made it ridiculously easy with a score of 142 … in THREE crunches per second.
A multitude of top football players have been involved in online challenges in the past few weeks, including the toilet paper challenge and the StayAtHomeChallenge.
With the sports calendar on hold at the moment, Lionel Messi, Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher, Mason Mount, Marcus Rashford and many others participated, encouraging fans to do the same and make the most of their time during confinement .
Ronaldo’s Juventus teammate Blaise Matuidi was the first to take on the CR7 challenge … claiming he beat him with a score of 144.
As the virus spreads further, the original Premier League start date has been pushed back to May, with the Champions League and the Europa League now in doubt.
Uefa boss Aleksander Ceferin said the two leagues could be abandoned if the coronavirus shutdown continues.
He added that playing behind closed doors would be better than all the canceled games.
There are approximately 16 first leg matches remaining in the two major contests on the continent.