The unpublished images of Cristiano Ronaldo’s fury against his teammates at Juventus: “You have to have personality!”

Cristiano Ronaldo He is a legend of world football who forged a remarkable career thanks to his talent and personality. A born winner and with an unrivaled competitive mind, the Portuguese star is characterized by a strong character in victories and adversities.

This was demonstrated in the docu-series of Amazon All or nothing, where he was seen completely dismayed when the Juventus was removed from the Champions League in front of Porto in the past season.

Some unpublished scenes from the costumes of the Vecchia Signora They captured the attention of the planet for the insults of the forward in front of all his teammates, with claims for the lack of play and hierarchy.

We play shit. Always. I include myself too! But you have to tell the truth. To play this Champions League game you have to have personality“, Were some of the phrases that the international star slipped, while ignoring the calm requests of his partner Juan Guillermo Cuadrado.

The coach immediately appeared, Andrea Pirlo, to stop the tense climate that was experienced in the Italian dressing room. “Enough Cris, Enough Juan“, Asked the strategist before giving the instructions to go out to play the second half.

However the Porto it was the team that got the tickets for the next instance thanks to a great performance by the Argentine goalkeeper Agustín Marchesín. The ex Lanús was one of those responsible for the elimination of the Juventus in the round of 16 of the contest.

While the combined Turin he was left with the triumph por 3 to 2 in overtime, the Portuguese advanced due to goals scored while away.

In the first leg, played in Portugal, the Lusitanian cast had been imposed by 2 to 1, same result with which the duel ended in the north of Italy in favor of the local, so the classification had to be resolved in overtime.

Despite the three goals conceded, Marchesin, with a handful of great interventions, was one of the reasons why the Portuguese team always had the game within reach, especially after being left with ten men due to the expulsion of Taremi when only eight minutes of the second half were played.

Sergio Oliveira scored the two goals of the Porto, the first from a penalty and the second from a free kick, while for the Juve marked Federico Chiesa, twice, and the French Adrien rabiot. And the farewell was framed under the anger of Cristiano Ronaldo.


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