Cristiano Ronaldo and Irina Shayk Spotted Kissing and Getting All Cozy During Real Madrid's Match against Valladolid [VIDEO]

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By Rachelle Corpuz | December 3, 2013 8:54 PM EST

Cristiano Ronaldo and Irina Shayk were spotted spending some quality time together. The celebrity couple was seen during a match between Ronaldo's team Real Madrid and Valladolid held at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Saturday. They were spotted in the stands watching Real Madrid beat Valladolid 4-0.

Check out the video below.

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Ronaldo and Shayk have been dating since the beginning of 2010. They reportedly have met through their Armani Exchange campaigns. Like many love stories, they had their ups and downs. They were constantly being bombarded by break-up rumours, marriage, and pregnancy among many others. Nevertheless, the beautiful couple appears to be really stern about their romantic relationship, just like spending time with each other whenever there is a chance.

Due to the fact that Ronaldo and Shayk have different professions, it really is hard for them to spend time together. Most of the times, they really have to be away from each other, especially now that both of their careers are going really well. The 28-year-old Portuguese footballer sure knows how to take advantage of his injury by going out with his Russian supermodel, and at the same time, support his team even though he won't be able to play.

On Nov. 25, Ronaldo injured his left hamstring during his team's match against Almeria. The match ended with Real winning over Almeria, but the sad part was, Ronaldo walked off with an injury. Ever since, he already missed Real's match against Galatasaray on Wednesday. Despite his absence, his team remained victorious.

Real Madrid will face Olimpic de Xativa for the fourth round of Copa del Rey and FC Copenhagen for the UEFA Champions League on Dec. 7 and Dec. 10, respectively. Ronaldo is trying his best to be back in good shape so fans can expect him to play again on the football field in the coming matches.

"I no longer have an injury," said Ronaldo during an awards ceremony in Madrid. "I have been fine for a couple of days," he added. "We decided not to push things against Valladolid but I will be there for sure in the next game," Ronaldo concluded.

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