The Real Madrid star has posed with a signed shirt for the six-year-old and his family, passing on his sympathies to those that had lost loved ones
Cristiano Ronaldo has paid his respects to a young fan who died in the Mexico earthquake tragedy, posing with a signed shirt for the six-year-old boy.
Hundreds of people perished and many were left homeless after the nation was hit by a devastating 7.1-magnitude earthquake, with Santiago Flores Mora one of those to have tragically lost his life.
Mexican newspaper Excélsior reports that the youngster was a huge fan of Ronaldo's, and that his mother had penned a letter to the Real Madrid star after the tragic events of September 19.
En este momento de dolor, envío a la familia de Santiago y a todas las familias que han perdido sus seres queridos un enorme abrazo. pic.twitter.com/odD28aFPfv— Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) September 24, 2017
In the letter she reportedly expressed how her son dreamed of meeting the Portugal superstar, and that he saw him as a father figure.
And Ronaldo has now paid tribute to the young boy, posting on social media with a signed shirt that reads: "For my No.1 fan Santiago. With love, Cristiano Ronaldo."
The text that accompanies the post on Twitter reads: "At this time of sorrow, I send the Santiago family and all the families who have lost loved ones a huge hug."