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Cristiano Ronaldo high-fived a ball boy after seeing the ball go out of play during Portugal vs the Czech Republic and it made his entire week. Check out his reaction below.
During Thursday's 2-0 victory in the Nations League, Manchester United superstar Ronaldo darted down into the box in an attempt to get a shot off.
He was instead pushed wide an attempted to get a cross in, which was pushed away by goalkeeper Jindrich Stanek.
Ronaldo cut a frustrated figure as he rested on the advertisement boards. One youngster saw this as his perfect chance.
The boy approached Ronaldo with a ball in hand, despite the fact Bernardo Silva had already been given one to throw out to the corner flag.
He put his arm out and Ronaldo gave him a strong high five, which saw him lose his mind.
After turning to the crowd, he put his hand on his head and looked around in disbelief. Even his mate had to run over.
Fans have reacted to the footage and they think it's incredibly wholesome.
One said: "If the GOAT did this to me I'd never wash my hand again, fair play."
Another commented: "Boy be like, the greatest player on earth gave me a high five."
A third put: "He thought it was a regular player then realised loool."
While someone tweeted: "And they say that he is arrogant and rude to people."
Fernando Santos' side ran out comfortable winners thanks to first half goals from Joao Cancelo and Goncalo Guedes.
Cancelo was picked out by Manchester City teammate Silva and he fired home with conviction just past the half hour mark.
Five minutes later, Guedes doubled the Selecao's lead after another lovely ball from Silva.
Portugal lead Group A2 and continue their phenomenal run in the competition.
Inaugural champions in 2019, they've only lost one Nations League game in their history.
They return to action on Sunday evening against Switzerland, hoping to keep momentum with the World Cup coming up in November.