FORMER Wolves star Rui Patricio kindly gifted his coat to a shirtless Cristiano Ronaldo at the end of Portugal’s clash with Iceland.
Portugal defeated Iceland 2-0 in the Euro 2024 qualifier with goals from Bruno Fernandes and Ricardo Horta.
Ronaldo, 38, started the match and played the full 90 minutes before giving away his shirt at full-time.
The shirtless superstar then shook hands with his team-mates before substitute goalkeeper Patricio handed him his coat to keep warm.
Fans loved the exchange and the respect Patricio showed for CR7.
One reacted saying: “Now that is a legend.”
Another added: “Look at the love and respect of Rui Patricio towards Cristiano Ronaldo.
“This is what today’s young generations are missing in the squad.”
A third wrote: “One of the most underrated goalkeeper showing love and keeping the GOAT safe.”
And another commented: “Amazing.”
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Ronaldo took his total caps to 204 against Iceland, and the superstar has scored a record 128 goals for his country.
He helped Portugal win all ten of their qualifying games and he is set to feature at the Euros next summer.