– Cristiano Ronaldo speaks for the first since his mum Dolores suffered a stroke – The Juventus striker claims his 65-year-old mother is now in stable condition at the hospital in Madeira – Ronaldo was at the Santiago Bernabeu when Real Madrid defeated Barcelona in El Clasico Cristiano Ronaldo has doused tension, confirming that his mum is now stable condition after suffering a stroke, cited on Twitter and Mirror. The 35-year-old quickly rushed to Madeira after he got the news of his mother’s health on the morning of Tuesday, March 3, 2020. But the Juventus striker took to his social media handle to relieve pressure to his fans, claiming that there is no course for alarm.

“Me and my family would like to thank the medical team looking after her, and kindly ask that we are all given some privacy at this time,” the five-time Balon d’Or winner said on his Twitter account
CR7’s mum Dolores who had been previously diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007 is believed to have suffered the most common type of stroke called ischemic. Ronaldo’s boyhood club Sporting Lisbon sent his 65-year-old mum, who is also the ambassador of the club’s foundation, well wishes.

Ronaldo was present when his former club Real Madrid defeated Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu for the first time since 2014. During half time at El Clasico, he went into the team’s dressing room to motivate his former teammates while the score was still at 0-0. Brazilian winger Vinicius Junior scored and celebrated like Ronaldo, claiming he was inspired by the half time talk with the Juventus striker.
The recent 2-0 defeat to Los Blancos continued Messi’s streak of failing to find the back of the net two seasons back.