In an Amazon Prime documentary, the Portuguese appears unhinged to see how his team missed the knockout round of the Champions League against Porto.
Cristiano Ronaldo, in pure state. His extreme competitiveness is revealed in a sequence of the documentary Juventus: All or nothing (Amazon Prime), which reviews the trajectory of the Turin team last season. A scene that could precipitate his march to the Premier.
At halftime in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 against Porto, the Portuguese striker enters the locker room in despair, throws his shirt to the ground shouting: “Shit! We don’t play shit!”. At that time, the Colombian Square he tries to calm him down and tells him that he should be “an example for everyone.”
But Cristiano Ronaldo seems unhinged, powerless against a tie that he sees lost. Porto had won 2-1 in the first leg and at that time had taken the lead in Turin (0-1). “I include myself too. But you have to tell the truth. We are in a Champions League game and you have to have personality“continues CR.
At that moment, interrupt Pirlo, Juve coach, to reassure his players. Around the locker room, Chiesa they managed to equalize the tie, but finally the Portuguese team made it to the quarterfinals in extra time (3-2) for the double value of the goals in the opposite half.
That elimination, together with the bad season in Serie A, where Juventus finished fourth, could precipitate Ronaldo’s departure to Manchester United. The Portuguese did not achieve his great goal when he left for Turin: to win the Champions League with a third team, after the five won with United (2008) and Real Madrid (2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018). In his three seasons in the Vecchia Signora He won two league titles, one Cup and two Italian Super Cups.
Reference from elmundo