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Cristiano Ronaldo 'targeted with homophobic abuse' as Koke allegedly calls Real Madrid star a 'f*****'

MailOnline India Monday, 21 November 2016
Cristiano Ronaldo 'targeted with homophobic abuse' as Koke allegedly calls Real Madrid star a 'f*****'The fall-out from Real Madrid's win over rivals Atletico in the final derby at the Calderon intensified on Sunday night after Koke was accused of a homophobic attack on Cristiano Ronaldo.
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