'On our way to see daddy' – Georgina Rodriguez and kids watch Cristiano Ronaldo in Man Utd draw with Newcastle



Posted Monday, October 17, 2022 by Thesun.co.uk

CRISTIANO RONALDO probably wished he had partner Georgina Rodriguez's sunglasses as she watched the Manchester United icon against Newcastle.

Ronaldo couldn't disguise his grumpiness at being subbed in the 0-0 draw, whereas Georgina stayed cool throughout in her sunnies and jumper dress, alongside the couple's children.

'On our way to see daddy' – Georgina Rodriguez and kids watch Cristiano Ronaldo in Man Utd draw with Newcastle
Daughter Alana took good care of her snack as she walked into Old Trafford with mum Georgina Rodriguez to see her dad play

'On our way to see daddy' – Georgina Rodriguez and kids watch Cristiano Ronaldo in Man Utd draw with Newcastle
There's always the possibility of a quick kickabout as Georgina Rodriguez and kids arrive to see Cristiano Ronaldo at Old TraffordCredit: Instagram @georginagio

The Argentinian model, 27, looked immaculate - unlike United, who failed to score despite FIFTEEN attempts on goal.

Influencer Georgina stood out in the stands more than Ronaldo did on the pitch in her pale ribbed dress, longline cream coat, knee-high beige boots and large hooped ear-rings.

She posted her arrival photos with the words: "On our way to see daddy."

Daughters, four-year-old Alana and Eva, five, had more fun with their fashion as they both wore princess costumes.

Alana topped hers off with the classic combo of Barbie socks and Peppa Pig trainers.

She and a smiling Georgina held hands as they walked into the stadium.

Tightly gripped in Alana's other hand was a tube of Pringles - probably the last thing her fitness-mad dad would eat.

And the family group later saw Ronaldo smart from having TWO goals ruled out before he was replaced by Marcus Rashford on 72 minutes.

It was England striker Rashford who headed a glaring chance wide in stoppage time.

Ronaldo, meanwhile, soon had the comfort of meeting up with Georgina and their kids.

It made for a perfect start and end to the day for the 37-year-old Portugal superstar.

Before the iffy bit in the middle - the match - he was presented with a special award from legendary ex-manager Alex Ferguson for becoming the first player to reach 700 club goals.

'On our way to see daddy' – Georgina Rodriguez and kids watch Cristiano Ronaldo in Man Utd draw with Newcastle
Cristiano Ronaldo was given an award from his old boss Alex Ferguson before kick-off in recognition of reaching 700 club goalsCredit: PA



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