Man Utd star Alejandro Garnacho spotted wearing Cristiano Ronaldo’s CR7 underwear during FA Cup win over Everton

    MANCHESTER UNITED wonderkid Alejandro Garnacho was pictured wearing Cristiano Ronaldo’s CR7 pants in the team’s FA Cup clash against Everton.

    The Argentine was subbed onto the match in the 71st minute as he replaced Anthony Martial during the team’s 3-1 win.

    Alejandro Garnacho was spotted wearing CR7 underwear against Everton

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    Alejandro Garnacho was spotted wearing CR7 underwear against EvertonCredit: Getty
    The brand is owned by former Manchester United player Cristiano Ronaldo

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    The brand is owned by former Manchester United player Cristiano RonaldoCredit: The Mega Agency

    While the 18-year-old did not find the back of the net, he did grab some attention.

    Ronaldo is one of Garnacho’s footballing idols, which has influenced his choice of underwear.

    The Red Devils winger could be seen wearing the Portuguese star’s CR7-branded underwear during the match at Old Trafford.

    At one moment, while lifting his shirt and pulling his shorts up the branding of the pants were visible.

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    Garnacho was thrilled when he was first able to share the pitch with the 37-year-old forward.

    He even pulled off Ronaldo’s iconic ‘SIUUU’ celebration when he score for the Red Devils against Everton.

    Ronaldo has since left the club after his contract with mutually terminated.

    The decision to let the striker leave the club came as a result of his explosive interview with Piers Morgan.

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    Ronaldo has since joined the Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr and became the highest-paid sportsperson of all time when he signed a lucrative £173million-a-year deal

    He is yet to make his debut for the club due to a two-game ban being enforced by FIFA as well as he club being unable to register him.

    The Saudi Pro League has a rule on the number of foreign players a club can have, and Al Nassr are at its limit which means they have to axe one to make room for Ronaldo.

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