Man Utd star Cristiano Ronaldo joined by Georgina Rodriguez for a swim as stunning Wag flaunts bikini for intimate snap | The Sun

CRISTIANO RONALDO joined his girlfriend for a swim as Georgina Rodriguez stunned in a bikini.

The intimate snap shows the two in a close embrace in what has been a good week for the Manchester United forward.


After reaching an incredible milestone on Sunday, he saw his side squeeze past stubborn Cypriot opposition in the Europa League.

But he seemed to be at his happiest as he enjoyed a late-night swim with his partner.

Rodriguez Instagram story shows the loved-up pair in a tight embrace during the evening.

A swimming pool is visible in the background and they both appear soaked after a swim.

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Wearing a stunning black bikini, Rodriguez can be seen hugging the 37-year-old tightly as she smiles for the selfie.

While Ronaldo, showing only the slightest grin, also glances an eye towards the camera.

The caption accompanying the snap reads "#Recoverytime".

It has been quite a busy week for the United star who had previously spent much of the season on Erik ten Hag's bench.

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He did get a Europa League start away at Omonia Nicosia last week, where he contrived to not score despite several chances.

But after coming off the bench for an injured Anthony Martial against Everton a few days earlier, he only needed one opportunity.

Ronaldo hit a wonderful finish past Jordan Pickford to make it 700 club career goals – and even ditched his trademark celebration as he marked the occasion.

It could have been 701 if not for Omonio goalkeeper Francis Uzoho saving from close range as the ex-Real Madrid man looked to pounce on a chance.

It was one of a number of top-level saves from the Nigerian keeper before Scott McTominay rescued the Red Devils with a late goal.

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