Juventus recently won their ninth consecutive Italian Serie A title. And now, Cristiano Ronaldo dedicated that title to all the Juventus fans who are now fighting the coronavirus pandemic. Juventus bagged a 2-0 victory against 10-man Sampdoria last night to continue their Italian dominance.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored the first goal for Juventus last night while missing another penalty. However, Federico Bernardeschi sealed the match and the Serie A title while scoring the second goal for Juventus. Although Juventus still have two games remaining in this season, they already sealed the Serie A title.
Cristiano Ronaldo dedicates this year’s Serie A title of Juventus to fans battling Covid-19
While talking about his consecutive Serie A success since joining Juventus, Cristiano Ronaldo recently posts on his Instagram handle, “Done! Champions of Italy,” and then added, “Delighted for the second consecutive championship and to continue building the history of this great and splendid club.”
He wrote, “This title is dedicated to all Juve fans, in particular to those who have suffered and are suffering from the pandemic that has taken us all by surprise by overturning the world.” Ronaldo then added, “It was not easy! Your courage, your attitude, and your determination were the strength we needed to face this tight final of the championship and fight to the end for this title that belongs to all of Italy. A big hug to you all!”
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Juventus coach Sarri recently said, “Ronaldo and Dybala make the difference on the field, so clearly they deserve a lot of credit, but the club behind them is every bit as important.” He added, “We have a president and directors who attend training every day, are there to exchange ideas, see if you need anything, and put petrol in the tank of this team. The club is a big part of why they were able to win for so many years. They back you even when you lose.”
Juventus coach said, “In terms of organization, Juventus are at the top of European football. I could not have asked for anything more. Obviously, it takes a while to settle in, understand the approach, the way things work here, then after a while, you can start trying to tweak a few things.” He added, “You can’t just walk straight into a club that has won for eight years in a row and immediately try to order changes. That wouldn’t be very intelligent.”