Cristiano Ronaldo goes from goalscorer to action hero in thrilling advert for mobile game Free Fire

Cristiano Ronaldo goes from goalscorer to action hero in thrilling advert for mobile game Free Fire

CRISTIANO RONALDO went from football hero to superhero as he got dressed up for an advert.

The Portuguese mega-star is seen in a ferocious gun battle with a gang of baddies in footage posted on his Instagram.

He uploaded the dramatic video for Free Fire and captioned it: "Legend Of The Bounty Hunter: Part 2. Join the Battle. Be the Legend.

"Download Free Fire on your mobile phone now, and join the battle with me. #OperationChrono #FFxCR7 @freefireth @freefirevnofficial @garenafreefiremena."

Ronnie is seen being attacked by a group of enemies in the opening shot.

He takes two down with a handgun before busting out some serious martial arts to finish the pair off.

He then launches a truncheon at another foe's head to knock him out.

And the CGI version of the Portuguese ace quickly lays down his trademark 'Siuuuuu' goal celebration which sees a force-field shield spring up around him as the baddies fire on him.

As his protective ring fails, the hero turns and takes out the final three enemies with some precision shooting that sees them fall to their deaths from high up.

The video was viewed more than 2.6million times in the first two hours after upload.

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Earlier this week it emerged Ronaldo earns more money than FOUR Serie A teams combined as Juve's wages were revealed.

The 35-year-old is understood to be on around £540,000-a-week in Turin after he joined from Real Madrid in 2018.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner earns four times more than the next highest-paid player in the division.

His Juve team-mate Matthijs de Ligt, 21, is said to be on a £7.2m-a-year salary, where he pockets £138k-a-week.

Paulo Dybala is the third highest-paid player at Juventus due to his £6.6m salary, followed by Adrien Rabiot and Aaron Ramsey, who both earn £6.3m.

But a more incredible stat is the fact that Serie A clubs Udinese, Hellas Verona, Spezia and Crotone have the same or a lower squad bill than what Ronaldo earns yearly.

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