Twitter reacts to Cristiano Ronaldo’s tax penalty, "Fine if he leaves Spain right now"
As soon as the news of Cristiano Ronaldo getting two-year in prison was out, Twitterati's lost calm. Just before football superstar was about to take on Spain in the World Cup that the Spanish treasury announced the taxation offences.
These are some of the epic tweets-:
That fake smile when you’ve just been handed a two year suspended prison sentence and a €18m fine, but have to face the cameras for your big World Cup game just after. #worldcup #Ronaldo #Worldcup2018Russia #Portugal #spain #PORSPA #PORESP pic.twitter.com/jKkNwP9RTl— Gavin L (@UnderscoreGav) June 15, 2018
Spain: Fires manager 1 day before World Cup— Jake Hayes (@jakeyh77) June 15, 2018
Media: Well the story is going to be all about this and only this ahead of the Iberian clash
Ronaldo: Hold my beer. #WorldCup #Ronaldo #iberianclash #PortugalvSpain
According to Spanish law, Ronaldo can be convicted anytime soon and sentenced to two years in prison will serve probation only.
Diego Costa kind of looks like he could work for the Spanish Tax Authorities so it's probably right that he's matching Ronaldo's output today.— Jimmy Conrad (@JimmyConrad) June 15, 2018
Ronaldo became the first player to score a hat-trick against Spain. He even became the oldest player to score a hat-trick in World at 33. Although the match ended in a 3-3 draw, Ronaldo 88th minute free-kick was apiece.