Aug 01, 2020
Georgina Rodriguez donates £18k to coronavirus fight after flogging her clothes and signed Cristiano Ronaldo shirt
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GEORGINA RODRIGUEZ generously donated £18,000 to the fight against coronavirus.
The stunning Spanish model gave the funds to an initiative aiming to speed up the scientific response to the Covid-19 virus.5Georgina Rodriguez posted a photo on Instagram to signify her support 5Georgina Rodriguez poses with partner Cristiano Ronaldo 5Rodriguez regularly stuns fans with sexy selfies online
She posted a snap on Instagram showing her solidarity with the #YoMeCorono movement.
Originating in Spain - which has been particularly badly hit by the pandemic - the campaign has raised over £2.1million.
Rodriguez captioned the post: "I also crown myself and join the cause for the Covid 19 vaccine research, doing my bit. #YoMeCorono"
It is not the first time that Cristiano Ronaldo's partner has made a charitable contribution in wake of the pandemic.
She also threw in a Juventus shirt signed by her boyfriend Ronaldo to help generate attention and spark bids.
She said: "Now we are going through a horrible moment, in which hospitals, nurses, doctors, all healthcare personnel and patients of coronavirus are in need of our help.
"Spain is suffering a lot due to the Covid-19 pandemic and therefore I want to help."
Ronaldo also dipped into his pocket to help support Portuguese hospitals.
Along with his agent Jorge Mendes, he generously donated £1million to hospitals in his homeland back in March.View this post on Instagram
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The mega rich couple have been snapped enjoying a luxury break on board a £5.5million yacht.
Ronaldo had been celebrating Juventus' Serie A title win but the 35-year-old will not be winning the Golden Boot.
He was axed from Juventus' squad for the final day game against Roma, with Lazio's Ciro Immobile taking the crown.Georgina Rodriguez shows off amazing curves as she works out from home
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ESPN Releases The Trailer For Upcoming Documentary Series Our Time: Oklahoma State Football
ESPN has dropped the trailer for the upcoming documentary series about the Oklahoma State Cowboys, and it looks awesome.
The highly-anticipated series will follow Mike Gundy and his squad when “Our Time: Oklahoma State Football” premieres Thursday. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
The trailer shows tiny sneak peeks at how the team handled coronavirus, having a Heisman candidate, the OAN t-shirt debacle and much more. Give it a watch below.
I can’t wait for this series. I honestly can’t, and I have no doubt that there are a lot more football fans out there who feel the same.
This series was going to be absolutely lit no matter what, and then the entire OAN disaster happened.
“I was a dumbass. I put the shirt on, not knowing enough about the shirt.”
Mike Gundy reflects on everything that happened after a picture of him wearing an OAN t-shirt surfaced online. pic.twitter.com/4A9hsiBIdG
— ESPN College Football (@ESPNCFB) June 18, 2020
We all know the story at this point. Mike Gundy had the audacity to wear a One America News Network shirt, and all hell broke loose.
It was quickly revealed afterwards that ESPN had cameras rolling the entire time. If that doesn’t juice you up as a football fan, then you just don’t know great content when it slaps you in the face.
— Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) June 16, 2020
Add in the fact that Mike Gundy is one of the most electric coaches in all of football and you’re destined for success.
You can catch “Our Time: Oklahoma State Football” starting Thursday on ESPN+.