Juventus are going through a lot this season. After their last loss to Empoli, many would have expected Juventus to at least grab a point from their encounter with Napoli yesterday, but they ended up losing.
You may recall that when Ronaldo was still with Juventus, their performances was not as poor as it is now. Like what happened to Real Madrid when Ronaldo left a few years ago, Juventus are looking like a team devoid of attacking talent and bite.
Many claimed that Ronaldo was one of the major reasons Juventus struggled last season, but looking at the stats and the evidences before us now, the only conclusion we can arrive at is that those allegations were just unfounded claims with no backing.
Since Ronaldo left Juventus, he has now scored 4 goals in his last two appearances for both club and country. His recent coming yesterday, when Manchester United defeated Newcastle 4-1; on that occasion, Ronaldo scored a brace and was given the man of the match award.
Assuming Ronaldo was still with Juventus, things would have been more different. Do you agree with me? Kindly click on the comments section and share your views with us.
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