With his’morning basics,’ David de Gea mocks Cristiano Ronaldo’s underwear post.


With his’morning basics,’ David de Gea mocks Cristiano Ronaldo’s underwear post.

On Friday morning, the Spanish goalkeeper criticized his Manchester United teammate’s Instagram photo, in which the Portuguese forward posed in his own line of CR7 underwear.

Cristiano Ronaldo was hilariously teased on Instagram by David de Gea after the Portugal striker posted a photo of himself in his underpants with his’morning basics.’

On Friday morning, the Spanish goalkeeper couldn’t help but poke fun at his Manchester United teammate when he commented on the 36-year-post. old’s

Ronaldo shared a photo of himself looking out the window holding a mug while wearing only his CR7 branded boxers with his 355 million Instagram followers.

The post was created as part of a paid relationship with his ‘CR7CristianoRonaldo’ account, which promotes a variety of his branded products for both adults and children, including fragrances, eyeglasses, and clothes.

“Morning essentials: coffee and motivation,” Ronaldo captioned the photo. The photo received over four million likes in three hours after it was shared with the hashtag ‘CR7UNDERWEAR.’

De Gea, on the other hand, made a joke at the striker’s expense in a comment beneath the image.

“Are you sure [that]is coffee?” De Gea wrote. After that, there were a couple of laughing emojis.

An hour after the original upload, the comment has already received over 13,000 likes and 850 replies.

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This is the first season that De Gea and Ronaldo have played for the same side, since the Spanish goalkeeper joined United two years after Ronaldo left for Real Madrid.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner has five goals in six games for the club since joining from Juventus this summer, including a stoppage-time winner against Villarreal in the Champions League last month.

Meanwhile, De Gea has firmly established himself as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first choice in goal, maintaining one clean sheet in the league so far as United sit fourth after seven games.


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