Georgina Rodriguez finds amazing Cristiano Ronaldo cake in hotel after arriving in Qatar to cheer him on in World Cup | The Sun
GEORGINA RODRIGUEZ was greeted with a massive Cristiano Ronaldo cake when she arrived in Doha to cheer on her partner.
The model jetted into Qatar from Madrid to support Ronaldo as he plays in the World Cup.
Upon arrival at her hotel, she encountered an incredible Ronaldo-themed cake.
The dessert displays the forward in his international football kit and keeping-up a football-patterned cake on which Georgina and their five children in figurine form are sitting on.
There was also a smaller cake with Georgina's picture on it, congratulating her appearance at the Latin Grammys.
She snapped the cake and shared the pictures with her 39.7million Instagram followers on her story.
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The model will likely be watching Ronaldo take on South Korea in Portugal's final group-stage game at the Education City Stadium on Friday.
Portugal have already qualified from the group having won their first two games.
However, they could still finish in second place should Ghana win and they lose, and there is a three-goal swing.
Ronaldo will be determined not to let that happen as he is playing in what is likely his last World Cup.
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The ex-Manchester United forward will also be hoping to find the back of the net after the goal against Uruguay was awarded to Bruno Fernandes, despite him arguing that it touched his head on the way in.
If they fail to top the group then Portugal will likely face Brazil in the round of 16 rather than a potentially easier game against Switzerland, Cameroon or Serbia.
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