Ronaldo trolled online for showing off his Lamborghini

2016-10-19 15:52
Cristiano Ronaldo (Instagram)

Cape Town - Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo made the mistake of standing next to his Lamborghini and the internet went crazy.

On Sunday, Ronaldo posted an image of himself standing by his new car – a top of the range Aventador Lamborghini worth approximately £260 000 (R4.4 million).

The caption 'Bom dia' meaning 'Good Morning' in Portuguese received over 3.4 million likes on Instagram.

However, the internet does not fail when it comes to humour and started photoshopping the image to make the Portuguese player look like a real-life toy figurine.

On Tuesday, Ronaldo assisted Marco Asensio to score on his Champions League debut, as Madrid thrashed Legia Warsaw 5-1 at home.

The 31-year-old is still waiting to net his 100th career goal in European club competitions.

Ronaldo will play his next Champions League game on November 2, when the Spanish giants take on Legia Warsaw away.

Here's the original Ronaldo Instagram post:

Bom dia ??

A photo posted by Cristiano Ronaldo (@cristiano) on

Here's what the internet done with it:

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