Cristiano Ronaldo hasn’t exactly enjoyed the best start to Euro 2016 so far.
After the opening two games, the Real Madrid superstar and his Portugal team-mates have two points, which means their final match in Group F against Hungary is now a must-win if they want to top the group.
Ronaldo was lambasted by the media for his post-match strop following his side’s 1-1 draw with minnows Iceland in the opening game.
And after a another equally frustrating night against Austria last night, you would have expected much of the same from the stroppy striker.
But Ronaldo stuck his chest out and quickly moved to applaud the travelling Portuguese support before apologising to them for his barrel of missed chances.
As the Madrid star headed for the tunnel he was confronted by a fan who had invaded the pitch in an attempt to get a selfie with the soccer idol.
The supporter was chased down by security guards keen to escort him off the pitch before Ronaldo stepped in and lowered the alarm, allowing the young man his moment to have a selfie with the Portugal icon.
The fan was so overwhelmed at meeting his hero that be broke down in tears being being led away.
You can check it out in the clips below.
— BBC Sporf (@BBCSporf) June 19, 2016
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Well played, Ron.
Portugal take on group leaders Hungary in Lyon on June 22 and will go through as table-toppers if they win.