Real Madrid star brings out Syrian refugee boy in La Liga game

The Syrian refugee boy accompanied Cristiano Ronaldo as a mascot to a La Liga game


Real Madrid's good gestures towards the family of Osama Abdul Mohsen as Cristiano Ronaldo brought out his son for the La Liga game against Granada.

Abdul Mohsen was the Syrian refugee that was tripped by a Hungarian journalist.

He has been given a coaching job in a school in Spain and was taken on a tour of the Bernabeu by Real Madrid.

For the game against Granada, his son, Zaid accompanied Real Madrid star Ronaldo onto the pitch before the team's Spanish league game on Saturday, September 19.

Madrid invited Osama Abdul Mohsen and sons Zaid and Mohammad to the match, which Madrid won 1-0 against Granada.

Before the match, the players wore T-shirts supporting the thousands of refugees fleeing to Europe from the Syrian war.


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