CRISTIANO RONALDO has plenty of admirers around the world but one supporter in Cyprus might just be bigger than the rest.
A fan with an outrageous tattoo was spotted before Real Madrid's Champions League match against Cypriot side Apoel Nicosia.
On his back he had the Real Madrid star's name and his famous number seven written in black ink.
And he would have had plenty to cheer with the 32-year-old scoring twice in Madrid's 6-0 thrashing of Apoel.
It has been a difficult campaign for Ronaldo with increasing signs the ex-Man United man is on the decline.
The Portugal hero has scored just once in La Liga this season in eight starts.
He has the worst shot conversion record in the Spanish top flight and looks a far cry from the player who has scored 60 league goals in his last two seasons.
And he showed glaring signs that he is losing that blistering pace he once had during Madrid's 0-0 draw with Atletico.
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Real supporters were shocked when Ronaldo engaged in a one-on-one race for the ball with Atletico Madrid’s Juanfran, also 32… and lost.
Ronaldo was played through on goal thanks to a beautiful pass from team-mate Karim Benzema.
But Juanfran cut across the pitch to rob Ronaldo of the ball and clear away the danger.