Christian, angry and alone

The Portuguese star opened the scoring against Verona, but the team noticed the multiple casualties. At half-time he reproached the referee for the continuous interruptions.

Christian-angry-and-alone

Juventus match, goal by Cristiano Ronaldo. By routine it is still overwhelming. CR7 does not give up in its efforts to get one of the few missing trophies, that of capocanonniere del Calcio and the clash against Hellas Verona was another step in his career with Lukaku. The Portuguese opened the scoring after a great move by Chiesa inside the area. Shot out of reach for Silvestri, the nineteenth goal of the season in Serie A (two ahead of his namesake Inter) and number 47 in the last 47 games. It was not the best of their matches, but as 'La Gazzetta dello Sport' recounts, "the goal that overtakes Juventus is always theirs: essential". Yet he was too lonely.

Despite the goal, CR7 did not come out especially happy with Marcantonio Bentegodi because, above all, he is a winner and Vecchia Signora saw Barak put the final 1-1 final in the second half. A lot of stumbling in a team designed to crush Serie A, which has been in constant command since 2011-12, thanks to its nine consecutive Scudetti. But after the umpteenth setback of the season, Inter is already at seven points, which could be ten if they beat Genoa this Sunday.

Without Morata, low for having contracted cytomegalovirus, the '7' also do not have Dybala, injured. Not even with an Arthur, also touched, who is the midfielder who connects more easily with the Bianconero attacking front. His companions, Kulusevski and Chiesa, although they are not out of tune, especially the second who was one of the best in the clash, they do not absorb the offensive weight as the Spanish striker (second top scorer of the team with 13 goals) or the Argentine midfielder do. This left Cristiano alone in front of the defensive network led by a confident and forceful Magnani. Still, the attacker tried, but of his seven shots, four were blocked by the rival defense, as shown by SofaScore. A good example of how accompanied he was all night, even though his company was the rival defense ... 444 444Cristiano's frustration: "Let play a little, don't always whistle"

Ivan Juric raised a hard, Italian crash, with multiple interruptions that unhinged, especially in the first half, Cristiano, as it could be seen in the break. On the way to the vetuaries, CR7 turned to Fabio Maresca, referee of the match, tired of the incessant stoppages of play. "Let play a little more, do not always whistle," said a Cristiano visibly annoyed with the future of the match, then tied at zero. Just three minutes after the snack he exploded with joy with the goal, but as the minutes passed, both the Portuguese star and Juventus faded again, leading to a final draw that was of little use to Andrea Pirlo's.

After the meeting, Magnani, Cristiano's particular nemesis this Saturday, acknowledged that the interruptions were, perhaps, excessive: "We commented that the game stopped too often." Of course, he perfectly defined the clash made by the Gialloblu: "A tough, complicated, divided game and played with a competitive spirit." The final joy of the central defender reflected the feeling of having done a good job, a feeling opposite to that of a Ronaldo who left in a rage after being too lonely ... 444 444

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