Cristiano Ronaldo Wrapped His Teammate's Car in Tin Foil

"DO IT FOR THE GRAM!" Or in this case, for the Snap. As part of a promotion for his Nike Mercurial Superfly CR7 "Silverware" football boot, Cristiano Ronaldo wrapped Portugal teammate Ricardo Quaresma's car entirely in tin foil. Real Madrid's $18 million-per-year man made sure to cover every single inch of the car. Even the tires are covered. Then Ronaldo slapped a big old "CR7" logo on the rear, mimicking the shoe. The advertising stunt was displayed on @NikeFootball's Snapchat account and subsequently posted to Ronaldo's and Quaresma's Twitters and Instagrams. If you're looking to cop this pair of cleats, which feature a knit upper and a carbon fiber plate, you might have to pick up a second job. Those suckers will cost you no less than $300. Nike even started using auto terminology, claiming these things have "direct-inject blades." Okay then. RELATED: Cristiano Ronaldo and His Cavalcade of Expensive Cars As for the car underneath the wrap? Judging by the silhouette, it appears to be a Chrysler Crossfire. Because isn't that what all pro footballers drive? This seems like Ronaldo was just jealous because he doesn't have one in his fleet. RELATED: Cristiano Ronaldo Adds a Rolls-Royce Ghost to His Collection ____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide

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