Cristiano Ronaldo:

Ronaldo Has Tested Positive For Coronavirus, The Portuguese Football Federation Announced On Tuesday.
Ronaldo “Is Asymptomatic” And “Will Not Play Against Sweden” In Wednesday’s Nations League Match, Said By Federation.


Cristiano Ronaldo, Who Has Won The Ballon d’Or Five Times, Played In Portugal’s Goalless Nations League Draw Against France In Paris On Sunday.
Ronaldo Has Scored 101 Goals For Portugal And Will Be A Huge Absence For His Team Against Sweden As They Aim To Hold On To Top Spot In Their Group.

Ronaldo, Who Has Also Starred For Manchester United And Real Madrid, Is The highest-profile Footballer To Test Positive For Covid-19, Which Has Killed Over A Million People Since The Start Of The Pandemic Earlier This Year.

Neymar, His Teammate Kylian Mbappe, And Zlatan Ibrahimovic Have Also Tested Positive For The Virus In Recent Weeks. Premier League Champions Liverpool Placed Senegalese Forward Sadio Mane And Spanish Midfielder Thiago Alcantara In Isolation After They Tested Positive Last Week.

The International Break Has Been Marked By A Host Of Players Contracting The Virus As It Continues Its Spread Over Worldwide.

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