GENOA – Show of the trident of Juventus "Dygualdo" during the match against Sampdoria with gems of Dybala and Cristiano Ronaldo. The Argentine scored on the fly, on a long throw by Alex Sandro, a network very similar to the one signed years ago by Francesco Totti against Sampdoria. Cristiano Ronaldo on the other hand, still on an assist from Alex Sandro from the left, scored a header that soccer fans remembered as being signed by Pelé in the 1970 World Cup final between Brazil and Italy.
Cristiano Ronaldo remained in elevation to jump to the head, and to dominate Murru, skipping the beauty of two meters and fifty-six centimeters. An athletic gesture that left everyone speechless. Cr7 is not new to goals like that, he has scored several with the shirts of Manchester United and Real Madrid, but in Italy he had never jumped so much to score a header.
The video from YouTube with the goal scored by head by Cristiano Ronaldo on a cross from the left by Alex Sandro. His aerial detachment is really impressive.
The 1970 World Cup final won clearly from Brazil over Italy with the result of four to one. Among the markings, the legendary goal scored by Pelé in elevation. Videos from YouTube.
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