TURIN – Cristiano Ronaldo entered the history of Italian football with an absolute champion goal which reminded many of the legendary one of Pelé in the 1970 World Cup final won by Brazil over Italy. The Portuguese champion scored the goal of the final two to one against Sampdoria. A network as beautiful as it is important given that, pending the Inter match against Genoa, it gave the lone primacy to the reigning Italian champions.
On the cross from the left of Alex Sandro, Cristiano Ronaldo dominated the Sampdoria defender Murru with an elevation of 2 meters and 56 cm, then scored with a powerful header. Ronaldo had already scored similar goals with the jerseys of Real Madrid and Manchester United but is the first in Serie A with an elevation of the genre.
The network was received with great enthusiasm on social networks. Ronaldo was exalted by the Juventus fans but also by those of the other fans because such a network is not something ordinary. So for everyone it became Superman. A man capable of flying and magic like today on the Sampdoria field.
Sarri has filed this game with yet another confirmation of how the trident "Dygualdo" (Dybala, Higuain and Cristiano Ronaldo) is the best solution to enhance Juventus' offensive potential without hurting any of his three super strikers.
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