Cristiano Ronaldo Meets Piers Morgan branded all time great as footballer gives most revealing interview yet

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Cristiano Ronaldo Meets Piers Morgan aired on ITV tonight with the sporting star revealing it was his most candid interview ever.

In the hour-long documentary, the world-famous footballer opened up about feeling embarrassed for his children over his rape allegation and cried as the Good Morning Britain host presented him with footage hed never seen before of his late father.

Ahead of the special episode airing, Ronaldo confessed to his 79.9 million followers: Probably one of the most revealing interviews I ever did…! Thanks @piersmorgan for the interview.

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After it had broadcast, Piers expressed that he was taken aback by the response to his time with Ronaldo, adding: Ive never seen such an extraordinary outpouring of incredible positivity for any interviewee than Im seeing right now for @Cristiano. Viewers LOVE him.

As his interview wrapped, Ronaldo told Piers that he didnt expect to weep and claimed hed never shed a tear in a recorded interview before.

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Ronaldo said his interview was one of the most open interviews hes ever given (Picture: Twitter)

I didnt expect that you were going to make me cry, I think I never cry in an interview, he said. Im a little bit embarrassed.

I dont think you should be anything but proud, Piers offered. It was a human reaction.

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Viewers were seriously impressed by the documentary and showered Piers and Ronaldo with praise, writing: Loving this interview @Cristiano well done @piersmorgan hate to say it, but absolutely brilliant!

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Viewers praised the interview (Picture: Twitter)

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