Cristiano Ronaldo loses it in Juventus training after messing up. Juventus take on Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League.
There is very little doubt about the legacy that Cristiano Ronaldo will leave behind when he retires. He has continuously pushed his boundaries in his quest to become the best player in the world and for many around the globe, he is the greatest to ever grace a football field.
He has left an everlasting legacy with Sporting where he started his career, Manchester United, where he showed the world what he could do and Real Madrid, where he secured his name among the legends of the game.
In Juventus however, for the first time, Cristiano Ronaldo has shown a kind of frailty never before associated with him. His goal scoring has decreased and so has his creativity. He looks much more unhappy and of recent footage from their training session is anything to go by, than he has become even more impatient than ever before.
Cristiano Ronaldo loses it in Juventus training after messing up
While taking part in a Rondo with Juventus, Ronaldo can be seen making a mess out of a routine attempt. However, instead of collecting himself and carrying on with his training, he picks the ball up and sends it flying.
The other players acknowledge his anger with a chorus of noises before Ronaldo sends another out of the park. One of the players sends the ball to him only for Ronaldo to smash a third ball away. Clearly frustrated, the Portuguese has never looked more vulnerable than this before.
We’ve all been there… 😂 pic.twitter.com/Rq5Yx5rRrL
— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) December 10, 2019
Juventus are facing Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League. The Italian Champions have already qualified for the Champions league knock outs while both Bayer and Atletico are still chasing the runners up position.
If Bayer beat Juventus and Atletico somehow lose to Lokomotiv Moscow, then the German side will go through. Atletico on the other hand, will qualify if they win or if Bayer lose their match.
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