It’s not every day that a footballer gets a museum dedicated to himself and his achievements. And the solemnity of the occasion was not lost on Cristiano Ronaldo’s three-year-old son, Cristiano Junior. The well-behaved toddler helped his father unveil a museum plaque in Funchal, Madeira, Portugal, on Sunday.
The museum displays 150 of the soccer player’s trophies and awards, with extra room to be filled by future trophies. The Real Madrid footballer, 28, who is currently on the three-man shortlist to be named the Ballon d’Or winner for a second time, spoke of his future ambitions on the day. According to the BBC, he said;
It’s a special day, I don’t want to mention specific ones. All I want is to win more and if the Ballon d’Or comes, there is extra room here.’
Source: Daily Mail