Cristiano Ronaldo is arguably one of the greatest players of all time since the history of football in the world. And one thing that makes him very good is his ability to recover quickly from injuries and his workaholic nature has made him surpass his long-time rival Lionel Messi in some ways. The Portuguese International has proven that hard work does pay when one doesn't have the talent it takes to be the best, that is why most of the young players coming up prefer to imitate Cristiano Ronaldo rather than his long-time rival Lionel Messi as they feel imitating a hard-working personality as Cristiano Ronaldo will play a big role in their success in the field of play.
The Portuguese International doesn't play with his recovery sessions after every single match and that has kept him going even at the age of 36, he is still on top of his game. Here is a photo of Cristiano Ronaldo during his recovery session that he posted ahead of their UCL clash against Porto below.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 20 seria A goals this season and he is the top scorer in the league although they are still 7 points behind league toppers Inter-Milan Ronaldo is still making his marks in the Italian league just like England and the Spanish League.
After the game against Lazio, the old ladies will face Porto in the second leg of the UCL which they will need a miracle to get to the next stage of the contest. Will Juventus qualify for the quarter-finals of the UCL this year? Let's hear from you in the comments section below, like and SHARE. CLICK the FOLLOW button for more updates.
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