Cristiano Ronaldo follows up Euro 2016 success by rewarding himself with a $1.5 million treat

The Portugal captain was substituted in the first half of the final with a knee injury

Cristiano Ronaldo follows up Euro 2016 success by rewarding himself with a $1.5 million treat

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The Euro 2016 final was a euphoric moment for captain Cristiano Ronaldo, but there was a tinge of sadness in the celebrations.

The Real Madrid striker was substituted after a collision with Dimitri Payet resulted in what looks to be a severe knee injury, but nothing has been confirmed with regards a diagnosis.

Judging by his social media networks however, Ronaldo appears undeterred by the uncertainty of his injury status. 

He posted two pictures of his brand new Bugatti Veyron, worth an estimated $1.5 million, on his Instagram account to the 68 million people who follow him.

He captioned the pictures: “The animal arrive” and “Soon your honor arrive”.

Ronaldo already has a huge fleet of impressive cars, including the McLaren MP4-12 Spyder, Ferrari 599 GTO and Rolls-Royce Phantom.

 

Garage time. Soon your honor arrive✌️✌✌✌👍👍👍👌

A photo posted by Cristiano Ronaldo (@cristiano) on

 

The animal arrive👍🔝

A photo posted by Cristiano Ronaldo (@cristiano) on

Not a bad summer all told for the Portuguese...