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Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri says Cristiano Ronaldo ‘is not a problem’

A furious Cristiano Ronaldo
reportedly left the stadium early
after being replaced by Paulo Dybala
in the 55th minute in Sunday’s game
between Juventus and AC Milan

The young Dybala scored the winning
goal in the 79th minute, providing
Juventus with a much needed win
required to top Serie A ahead of
Inter Milan.

According to Sky Sport
Italia, Ronaldo left the stadium three
minutes before the match ended. To
that allegation, Sarri replied,

“If it’s
true that he left before the end it is a problem to be resolved with his teammates.”

Cristiano Ronaldo has now been
substituted in two consecutive

He also had a furious reaction after
being substituted in Juventus’ 2-1
win against Lokomotiv Moscow

Ronaldo has now been
substituted as many times this
season as he was throughout the
entire 2018/19 campaign.

This according to Sarri is the result of a knee injury Ronaldo has been struggling with.
Sarri told Sky Sports Italia,

“He [Cristiano] should be thanked because he made himself available despite not being in the best condition.
“In the last month he has had
discomfort in his knee and this is a little problem for him. “The important thing is that he made
himself available. If he gets angry when he comes out this is part of the game.
“It’s only natural a player is going to be irritated about leaving the pitch, especially when he worked so hard to be there.
“All players who are trying to give their best will have at least five minutes of being annoyed when they are substituted, but a coach would in general be much more worried if he didn’t seem upset.”

By Victor Aluede G.y

Aluede G.y Victory is a history
enthusiast an a mediapreneur living in Aboru,
Lagos. He studied arts at skills click foundation, he is an alumni of Rehoboth college Aboru, Lagos.

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