Cristiano Ronaldo's altar in the Barcelona dressing room

The Portuguese striker is the undisputed protagonist of one of the walls of the sacrosanct Blaugrana enclosure, where he reminds everyone of the danger of the coronavirus.

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Can you imagine that some statements or news about Leo Messi were posted in the Real Madrid dressing room and that they were maintained throughout the season? Well, something similar is happening in the dressing room of the FC Barcelona first team at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper, with one of the most hated and feared players by the Blaugrana of the last decade. We are referring to the current Juventus star, Cristiano Ronaldo, who has been present for several months in such a sacrosanct venue, without anyone from the club having raised their hands to their heads, in a clear sign of normality.

Y is that FC Barcelona has taken advantage of the image of Cristiano Ronaldo to remind all its players of the dangers of not following the guidelines and health recommendations around the coronavirus. "Cristiano returns to test positive for covid 19 and is low against Barça." This is the headline that is hung on one of the walls of the locker room, as an altar, so that everyone is aware that even those who take care of themselves the most and best can also be victims of the pandemic, so all kinds must be taken extreme of precautions. This headline referred to last year's Champions League game that was played on October 28 and that Cristiano could not participate because he had tested positive for covid. In the end, the result was clearly decided for the Blaugrana, 0-2, with goals from Dembélé and Messi.

In addition, it so happens that the news of Cristiano's coronavirus positive is the one published by AS in its day: the head of our newspaper is printed in the headline hanging on the wall of the Blaugrana changing room to verify this fact.Likewise, in the same informative poster it is recalled that "the competition is at stake" in red letters as well as that "the rules are to be met", in a clear reference to the fact that you cannot lower your guard in any case.In fact, it is not the only poster on the walls of the enclosure reminding and warning about the dangers of the coronavirus: on the blackboard that presides over the changing room there are also several LaLiga posters where all the preventive safety regulations are remembered, both in Spanish as in English.

But obviously, Cristiano's informational poster is the one that most attracts the attention of players and staff, since not every day your greatest enemy becomes your best ally to avoid falling into the traps of the pandemic.

Photos from as.com
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