C.Ronaldo was criticized for leaving Italy to Portugal

C.Ronaldo was too unprofessional to leave Italy to return to Portugal during the outbreak of the Covid-19 outbreak. Former Juventus club president Giovanni Cobolli Gigli said

C.Ronaldo went back to his hometown of Madeira (Portugal) to visit Mrs. Dolores

While Serie A had not retired due to Covid-19, C.Ronaldo went back to his hometown of Madeira (Portugal) to visit Mrs. Dolores who had a stroke. Later, he remained in Portugal to isolate himself due to Covid-19.

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During this time, C.Ronaldo constantly posted photos of luxurious living in luxurious villas overlooking the sea. Yesterday, his sister posted a picture of CR7 showing her 6-pack abs at the gym during her self-isolation in Portugal on social networks.

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C.Ronaldo is in Portugal and isolating himself at home
C.Ronaldo is in Portugal and isolating himself at home

Former Juventus President, Giovanni Cobolli Gigli said C.Ronaldo ‘s excessive comfort did not suit the predicament of Juventus: “Everything at Juventus became complicated when he left. He said that he returned to Portugal to visit his mother, but now he appears in the pool photos.

When this exception appears, the situation will get worse because other players also want to leave Italy. Things shouldn’t have happened that way. All must be quarantined according to regulations ”.

In addition to C.Ronaldo , many Juventus players like Gonzalo Higuain, Miralem Pjanic, Sami Khedira, Douglas Costa and Rodrigo Bentancur have all returned to their home country for 14 days.

Former President Giovanni Cobolli Gigli worried about the situation when the Covid-19 epidemic did not subside: “Now, it is too easy to criticize someone. But I don’t understand why some players want to leave Italy.

When they return, they will have difficulty in getting in shape because they have to be isolated for 14 more days.

Currently, both the Serie A and the Champions League are indefinitely delayed due to the effects of the Covid-19 epidemic. Juventus competed in the top of Serie A with Inter Milan, in addition, “Old Lady” has just lost to Lyon in the first round of 1/8 Champions League.

He shows off muscular muscles during isolation at home

During isolation in his hometown Madeira, C.Ronaldo still does not allow himself to rest but exercise regularly. At 35, he still possesses a dream body with muscular muscles.

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The Juventus striker returned to his hometown in Madeira at the beginning of the month after his mother suffered a stroke and he decided to stay there as the Covid-19 epidemic spread around the world.

While the Serie A season was suspended indefinitely, Ronaldo was staying at a luxury villa overlooking the Atlantic. And the 35-year-old has maintained his famous rigorous training regime, posing in a photo that her sister Katia has uploaded to her Instagram.

C.Ronaldo was criticized for leaving Italy to Portugal
Ronaldo showed off his muscular muscles during isolation in his hometown Madeira

He was at his best this season before Serie A was indefinitely delayed, with 13 goals in the last 11 matches in all competitions.

However, Ronaldo still advises people to take extreme precautions before the Covid-19 pandemic: “If you have ever dreamed of playing in front of millions of people around the world, now is your chance. at home to keep the world peaceful. “

Ronaldo has never allowed himself to rest but always follows a strict daily training regime
Ronaldo has never allowed himself to rest but always follows a strict daily training regime

After the first round of support, Cristiano Ronaldo and Mr. Mendes continued to support the second phase when ordering 8 more ventilators and 50,000 protective masks dedicated to hospitals throughout Portugal during the next period.

Together with Cristiano Ronaldo, superstar Lionel Messi has just contributed 1 million euros to TP. Barcelona. Similarly, Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola contributed 1 million euros to Spain to support the Covid-19 disease prevention fund.
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