Manchester United legendary forward Cristiano Ronaldo once again displayed his generosity by giving an opposing player two shirts following a mid-match agreement.

Former Malmo FF midfielder Enoch Adu Kofi recently narrated how the five-time Ballon d'Or winner made sure he received two of his shirts after a fight between his side and Spanish giants Real Madrid following a mid-game agreement.

"At Malmo, we played Real Madrid in the Champions League," the Ghanian footballer told Angel TV. "A player was down injured so I approached Ronaldo and asked for his jersey but after the game I didn't see him again. I was in the dressing room, he came to look for me and gave me two jerseys."

The shirts appeared to be a consolation for Kofi and his Malmo co-players for being on the sharp edge of Ronaldo's goal-scoring senses during their Champions League game in the 2015/16 campaign. Real Madrid successfully won the first meeting 2-0 in Sweden, with Ronaldo impressively scoring both goals. It was followed by an 8-0 during the game at the Santiago Bernabeu in which Ronaldo hit four goals during that match.

The Portuguese striker consistently shows his generosity on and off the field. The 37-year-old footballer has also been involved with multiple charitable causes worldwide. Ronaldo is considered one of the Premier League's most skilled and giving players.

Ronaldo recently ensured his hope of staying in Old Trafford under incoming boss Erik ten Hag. "I know he did a fantastic job for Ajax and that he's an experienced coach but we need to give him time and things need to change the way he wants."

"I hope we have success of course because if you have success all of Manchester are going to have success as well. So I wish him the best. We are happy and excited, not only the players but the supporters as well. I wish him the best and let's believe that next year we're going to win trophies."

Meanwhile, Ten Hag could reportedly position Marcus Rashford as a secondary striker alongside Ronaldo next season. In 2021, the Portuguese superstar initially requested to play alongside a striker rather than alone; however it did not convince Ralf Rangnick to change his preferred formation.

Cristiano Ronaldo Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United smiles following the Premier League match between Manchester United and Brentford at Old Trafford on May 02, 2022 in Manchester, England. Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images