Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo has a massive fan following across the globe and so does Belgium’s Eden Hazard, both the footballers are stars in their own space and right. Recently, Cristiano Ronaldo found himself in a thick soup after a girl accused the footballer of rape to which the footballer dismissed it calling it ‘fake’ news. On the other hand, Chelsea star Eden Hazard seems to be adding more fans to his already huge list of followers. Both Ronaldo and Hazard were seen speaking in Urdu to woo his Muslim fans.Also Read - Tottenham Players, Two Members of Coaching Staff Test Positive For COVID-19

Ronaldo in the video is heard saying ‘Salaam Alaikum’, whereas Hazard said ‘Inshallah’. Both the words are in Urdu, a language commonly spoken by Muslims. Ronaldo said this during a live convo with fans, whereas Hazard said the word during an interview with a reporter. Also Read - Manchester City the New Premier League Leaders; Chelsea Lose to West Ham United

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Meanwhile, it was heartwarming to see Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez come out and support the Juventus footballer after rape allegations came to light. She took to Instagram to show support and her post read, ” You always transform the obstacles that are put in your way into impulse and strength to show how great you are.”

Earlier, 34-year-old, Kathryn Mayorga, claimed that she was raped by the footballer after she screamed “no” several times. Meanwhile, the footballer has denied all such claims, calling it fake.

According to CNN, Kathryn has claimed that the footballer originally paid her $375,000 in exchange for her silence, but she now wants to press charges against him.

According to news.com.au, Ronaldo has vehemently denied these claims and said that the sex was consensual. He is also set to sue the magazine for publishing “blatantly illegal” claims made by the woman.