At age 34, Cristiano Ronaldo once again made the stadium explode with superhuman performance.
Juventus made a divine comeback right at home against Atletico Madrid. To lose with the score 0-2 in the first leg within 1/8 of the Champions League but Juventus won with the score 3-0 in the second leg. According to statistics, this is the first time Juventus went upstream after being led with a score of 2-0 in the first leg of a Champions League knockout round. And the biggest contributor in this great feat is Cristiano Ronaldo, the biggest star and also the biggest hope of Juventus.
Before Atletico Madrid, Ronaldo once more excited. This is the fourth time he has scored a hattrick against Rojiblanco and he is the first player in the Champions League history to score twice a hat-trick against the same opponent. CR7 has 25 goals in 33 encounters at Atletico. In total, the Portuguese superstar scored 124 goals in 160 matches in the Champions League. He is also the first player to hit 125 goals in the European Cup.
Ronaldo’s impressive performance made the fans excited to the extreme. After he scored the third goal and ran to the corner of the celebration, 40,000 fans at the Juventus Arena agreed to shout “Siii“. That is like the affirmation of Ronaldo ‘s greatness in the world’ s most prestigious club arena. Although 34-year-old Ronaldo is still continuing to break all limits and make the world must be admired.
Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro was born on February 5, 1985, nicknamed CR7. On July 1, 2009, he became the most expensive player in world football history when he moved from Manchester United to the new club Real Madrid for £ 80 million.
As a winged player, Ronaldo possesses the usual qualities of a natural striker. He can finish well with both feet, excelling in situations of handling dead balls like director penalty kicks and personal handling situations before finishing. He also has the ability to hit the marksmanship thanks to his height and ideal bodybuilding. Therefore, in recent years he has been given more training by the coaches in the striker line.