Cristiano Ronaldo gets nutmegged in Juventus training, has an awkward reaction. The Portuguese forward did not take kindly to getting beaten.
Cristiano Ronaldo has nutmegged several players in the past to great effect. However, he has not taken very kindly to being given a taste of his own medicine, The Portuguese forward had an interesting reaction to being tricked by Leonardo Bonnuci in Juventus training.
Juventus, who play, Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night in the Champions league, were seen training ahead of the encounter at the Allianz stadium. Ronaldo, who missed the match against Atalanta, is available for tonight and was seen digging it out with his teammates during practice.
Cristiano Ronaldo gets nutmegged in Juventus training, has an awkward reaction
In a video from Juventus’ training session, Cristiano Ronaldo can be seen doing a training drill known as ‘El Rondo’; where the player in the middle has to win the ball back. Ronaldo was the man in the middle. However, his attempts to win the ball from teammate Leonardo Bonucci ended in humiliation after the ball slipped from between his legs.
Most players laughed at what they had just seen with Paulo Dybala laughing the most. Cristiano Ronaldo with a sour look just waved a thumbs up around; as if to say, ‘can we get back to training now’.
Cristiano’s reaction vs. Dybala’s reaction 😂 pic.twitter.com/1u9h42ffrS
— B/R Football (@brfootball) November 26, 2019
Cristiano Ronaldo has not played for Juventus since he was subbed off during the match vs AC Milan. That was the second time in a row after being substituted during their last Champions League match. Ronaldo stirred talks of unhappiness at the camp when he left the field before the allotted 90 minutes.
Sarri had then said that Cristiano Ronaldo was playing with an injury. A claim that was backed by Ronaldo himself. However, The Portuguese helped his country secure qualification to the Euro 2020 after putting up sublime performances in national colours and lasting all 180 minutes he played during the international break.
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