StoryRonaldo admits weirdness while playing in empty stadiums

Cristiano Ronaldo has claimed that he does not like to play in empty stadiums, which is a result of coronavirus. The pandemic has meant that football has been played in empty stadiums so as to avoid the possibility of spreading the infection to millions of people.


The top clubs have been at the receiving end of this decision, as the clubs have used to playing in front of a large number of spectators. Ronaldo has previously said in his interviews that he thrives on the criticism or praise that he receives from the crowd.

StoryWHY RONALDO DON'T SWAP SHIRTS REVEALED

Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has a big grudge against Italian Serie A rivals AS Roma and this is the reason why he doesn't swap shirts with any AS Roma player. Cristiano Ronaldo has a 14-year grudge against the Italian capital club dating back to his time as a Manchester United player. He had the grudge long before the Portuguese national team captain knew that he would sign for Juventus. Cristiano Ronaldo took the decision not to ever swap shirts with any Roma player afterhe was threatened during a Champions League clash between Manchester United and AS Roma in 2007.


Cristiano Ronaldo told the Daily Express about his grudge with AS Roma as he pointed out that it was as a result of the threat that he got during the Champions League quarterfinal clash between Manchester United AS Roma at Old Trafford during the 2006/07 season. Cristiano Ronaldo was a thorn in the flesh of the Roma players during the second leg of the quarterfinal tie with the Red Devils in the Champions League as AS Roma were on the receiving end of a 7-1 drubbing at the hands of Manchester United.

StoryRONALDO HITS BRACE IN BIG WIN

Juventus talisman Cristiano Ronaldo showed up for the Italian Serie A champions once again this season after he scored two goals to lead the Turin giants to victory in their latest league match. Cristiano Ronaldo scored a brace to lead Juventus to a convincing victory over Udinese at home.


The Old Lady thrashed Udinese 4-1 at the Juventus Stadium in Turin on Sunday night thereby starting the new year on a winning note. Juventus were able to bounce back from the disappointment of ending last year on a poor note due to the unexpected defeat to Fiorentina in their last league outing before the Udinese game. Juventus were outclassed by the struggling Fiorentina outfit and they also had to play over 70 minutes with a man down as a result of the early dismissal of Colombian international Juan Cuadrado. Fiorentina secured an historic 3-0 away victory over Juventus in what was the first league defeat of the season for the defending champions.

StoryRONALDO OR MESSI? WHO IS THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE'S GREATEST PLAYER?

The football world will be at a standstill as two of the world's most prolific footballers look to go head to head as they both battle for both individual and club supremacy. While none of the players likes to lose a competition to the other, it is Ronaldo who shows more passion, hunger, and desire to not be on the losing side.


Messi on the other hand loves to play against Ronaldo and come out on top. Before the two players meeting in the Champions League on Tuesday, we take a look at who has been a better Champions League performer during their playing career.
While league fixtures between the pair have been hard to come by particularly because of Ronaldo's exit from the Spanish La Liga, there also haven't been many European meetings between them as well.

StoryPirlo defends decision to rest Cristiano Ronaldo

Juventus manager Andrea Pirlo has stood by his decision to rest Cristiano Ronaldo for the recent match against Benevento. Juventus were involved in a disappointing 1-1 draw on Saturday and this was a game that they were expected to win quite comfortably. Benevento are one of the mediocre opponents in the division.

StoryPirlo defends decision to rest Cristiano Ronaldo

Juventus manager Andrea Pirlo has stood by his decision to rest Cristiano Ronaldo for the recent match against Benevento. Juventus were involved in a disappointing 1-1 draw on Saturday and this was a game that they were expected to win quite comfortably. Benevento are one of the mediocre opponents in the division.


Alvaro Morata provided a lead for Juventus after just 21 minutes. Just before half-time, though, Benevento came back with a priceless goal through Gaetano Letizia. This stoppage time goal changed the half-time team talk for the defending champions, who were unable to find a winner in the second half.

StoryRONALDO MOVES UP ON WINS LIST

Juventus attacker Cristiano Ronaldo has progressed on the list of players with the most wins on the international football scene. The five-time Ballon d'Or recipient started the week as joint third on the list alongside Spanish football legend Xavi Hernandez. Ronaldo and the ex-Barcelona midfielder were on 100 international victories before the UEFA Nations League clash between hosts Croatia and Portugal.


The European champions edged the five-goal thriller with Ronaldo playing his part during the game to take his international wins to 101 and clear of Xavi Hernandez in third place behind the Spanish duo of Iker Casillas and Sergio Ramos. Croatia fought hard with ten men against Portugal but it was not enough. The World Cup finalists ended on the wrong side of the thrilling game as they were beaten 3-2 at home

StoryJUVENTUS READY TO SELL CRISTIANO RONALDO

Italian champions Juventus are reportedly prepared to sell their best player, Cristiano Ronaldo. This is one of the biggest football news in recent weeks.
Spanish newspaper Sport disclosed that the Italians have decided to sell Cristiano Ronaldo at the end of the season rather than offer him a new contract.The Coronavirus Pandemic has affected finances in European football and Juventus are not left out. The two-time Champions League winners are keen to get Ronaldo and his astronomical salary off their wage bill.

StoryGianluca di Marzio speaks on Aaron Ramsey’s future at Juventus

Sky Sport reporter Gianluca di Marzio believes Aaron Ramsey won’t be heading through the exit door at Juventus despite an average debut season. The Wales international joined the Bianconeri on a free transfer after playing for more than a decade with Arsenal, but he has not been able to make the impact desired.


The midfielder made 35 appearances for the Serie A holders last term, but he averaged only 40 minutes per game. On top of this, he was able to contribute only four goals and one assist and missed certain phases of the campaign with minor niggles.As a result, he has already been tipped to head for the exit door, but Di Marzio has ruled out the possibility due to the length of the player’s contract and the high wages involved.

StoryDe Ligt Feeling Better Now After The Slow Start In Juventus

Matthijs de Ligt has said that he is feeling better as he has recovered from the slow start at the Italian club Juventus. He was transferred from Ajax to Juve on July last year for the transfer fee of €75 million and, since his arrival at the club,he has made 32 appearances. In the first season at the club, he has been subjected to heavy criticism from others but since the resumption of the tournament has maintained a good game. Out of five matches from last month, he has achieved four clean sheets.

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