Following the discovery of a young football fan displaying an unusual banner in front of the Argentine national team's training facilities, huge emotions have erupted.
Cristiano, an 11-year-old Argentine, has provoked great indignation on social media after he was photographed waving a banner that read, "It's OK to be different."
"Messi Please pardon my mother for calling me Cristiano; she had no idea what she was doing ".............
This little fan, who looks to be self-conscious about sharing the same name as Portuguese Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, has raised the bar for football fans in terms of their favorite players to a whole new level.
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According to TYC Sports (via Today in 24), the young fan took the banner and exhibited it in front of the Argentina Football Association's training center in Ezeiza in an attempt to see his favorite footballer, Lionel Messi.
Cristiano, an Argentinean teenager, is said to play for a small football team in his homeland.
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