Video: Cristiano Ronaldo spits at camera after Spain defeat

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Cristiano Ronaldo says he is a “broken man” after Portugal crashed out of the World Cup to Spain at the last 16 stage.

Ronaldo spat in the direction of a TV camera after the final whistle and later did not mention the incident but admitted that he was “completely broken-hearted”.

“I feel devastated, completely broken-hearted, frustrated and unimaginably sad,” Ronaldo said on the Gestifute website, which is owned by his agent.

“I know I’m the captain, I have always faced up to my responsibilities, and I always will, but at that moment I couldn’t have said more than three or four lucid phrases.

“I am a human being, I am suffering and I have the right to suffer alone,” he added.

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