Young Chelsea fan devastated after getting wrong Ronaldo haircut having asked for Cristiano's style



Posted Monday, April 06, 2020 by Thesun.co.uk

THE coronavirus lockdown has led to many taking drastic measures and cutting their own hair, and one young football fan has now found himself with the wrong Ronaldo barnet.

Cristiano Ronaldo has had plenty a popular looks over the years, be it with blonde highlights, a top knot or a classic slicked-back look.

Young Chelsea fan devastated after getting wrong Ronaldo haircut having asked for Cristiano's style
The boy asked for the Ronaldo cut while unable to visit the barbersCredit: https://www.instagram.com/morriskid/

Young Chelsea fan devastated after getting wrong Ronaldo haircut having asked for Cristiano's style
And the prankster handed out a replica of Ronaldo Nazario's 2002 World Cup doCredit:
https://www.instagram.com/morriskid/

It is no surprise therefore that fans want to emulate the Juventus star's look.

But one youngster found out there is more than one Ronaldo when asking to have his hair cut, in a video which went viral and was even shared by Chelsea coach Jody Morris.

The clip shows the Blues fan pointing to the photo he wanted to copy, making it clear he was seeking a haircut "like Ronaldo".

Little did he know, his sneaky barber dad was intent on pranking him, proudly proclaiming: "There's only one Ronaldo!"

The boy's new do is revealed in the style of Ronaldo Nazario's questionable style choice for the 2002 World Cup, featuring a buzz cut with hair on only the front part of his head.

He then brands the prankster a "d***head" as a photo of the Brazilian's do is shown.

Young Chelsea fan devastated after getting wrong Ronaldo haircut having asked for Cristiano's style
Ronaldo Nazario famously won the World Cup with this baffling barnetCredit: Getty - Contributor

Social media users were left chuckling at the clip, including Chelsea assistant Morris who helped the clip go viral when adding it to his Instagram story.

While Ronaldo was widely derided for heading to Japan and South Korea with the unusual haircut, he had the last laugh by smashing in eight goals during the tournament as Brazil rode to victory.

He later revealed it was a distraction method after suffering an injury, stating: "Everybody was talking about the hair and forgot about the injury. I could stay more calm and relaxed and focused on my training.

"I'm not proud about the hair itself because it was pretty strange. But it was a good way to change the subject."



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