Cristiano Ronaldo Accidentally Kissed Paulo Dybala While Celebrating Juventus Goal
Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala accidentally shared a kiss while celebrating one of the former's goals against Parma yesterday.
Juventus forward Ronaldo scored both goals for 'The Old Lady' yesterday as they defeated Parma 2-1.
Ronaldo and Dybala ran away to celebrate together and turned to one another and unintentionally locked lips.
Check out the clip below.
Calma, Cristiano! :gem::goat: pic.twitter.com/3ofchcJq5d- Archive Goat (@archivegoat) January 19, 2020
Juventus fans reacted to the blossoming bromance between the two taking an unexpected turn.
Wait did ronaldo kiss dybala LMFAOOO- General (@pyrexgeneral9) January 20, 2020
For anyone who has just seen this, Ronaldo wants to kiss Dybala's cheek but at the same time Dybala turns towards Ronaldo and becomes a moment like that and Ronaldo looks a little confused :joy:- Ejaazabalaga (@muharrirrezaef) January 20, 2020
Ronaldo looked like he wanted to kiss dybala- Kubakurungi Stephen (@kubakurungiS) January 20, 2020
The pair are enjoying life together under Maurizio Sarri and Juve have extended their lead at the top of Serie A to four points.
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Closest rivals Inter Milan dropped points earlier on Sunday after drawing 1-1 with Lecce.
Despite Juve's win, Sarri was unimpressed with the pressure his side soaked up while playing so deep.
He told Sky Sport Italia per Football-Italia:
"There were some hiccups along the way, but in general we were doing well this season. We had the chances to close the game today and didn't take them, so naturally Parma started to cause us problems towards the end because it was still open.
"I saw players who were tired after the Coppa on Wednesday and had to change things. I wanted to send a signal to my team and balance things out again with Douglas Costa, because it was still open.
"Adrien Rabiot and [Aaron] Ramsey arrived from very different leagues, had a lot of fitness problems in these first few months and haven't been training as much as they wanted to, but both lads are improving as the season goes on.
"We can improve in the way we read the game, especially in the final stages, as I do not like us passing it around in our own half.
"As I tell my players, I'd prefer to concede on the counter rather than sit there under pressure for 10-15 minutes. If we have the chance to close the game, we have to take it."
Ronaldo has started 2020 in electric form and has scored six goals in three Serie A games this year.
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