Cristiano Ronaldo Gets Revenge On Juan Cuadrado For Mocking Siiiii Celebration
Cristiano Ronaldo is easy to mock but he isn't easily mockable, as teammate Juan Cuadrado found out during Juventus' training session ahead of the Champions League.
The Italian champions face French side Lyon in the Champions League on Friday night and got ready for the match with a rondo during training.
Wojciech Szczesny and Cuadrado enjoyed some success during the game and celebrated with Ronaldo's famous Siiii pose.
The forward clearly didn't take too kindly to it, as just minutes later he left a little something on the winger, but it seems it was all fine in the end.
Wojciech Szczęsny & Juan Cuadrado doing Cristiano Ronaldo's iconic Siiiii celebration after CR7 miskicked the ball in Juventus training!- Football Daily (@footballdaily) August 7, 2020
A few minutes later Ronaldo gets his revenge on Cuadrado
:movie_camera: @UEFA @13Szczesny13 ' @Cuadrado ' @Cristiano pic.twitter.com/4FOJtTmDHa
The Old Lady actually trail 1-0 in the tie, ahead of tonight's second leg of the last 16, after Lucas Tousart's goal put them ahead in February.
Since then the French side have only played six games, with the Covid-19 pandemic curtailing the Ligue 1 season.
They lost 5-1 to PSG in the French Cup before life was halted, then played four friendlies in July and lost again to PSG in the Coupe de la Ligue final on penalties a week ago.
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In contrast to their opponents, Juve finished the season by winning their ninth league title in-a-row and after securing the title, and having far more meaningful match practice, they were able to take their foot off the gas.
Maurizio Sarri's side only won two of their final eight games, including two losses in the final two, but still won the league fairly easily.
Despite winning the title in his first year in charge at the Allianz Stadium, Sarri is under some pressure to keep his job with the Old Lady.
They are still looking to win their first European title since 1996 and winning the Champions League is the reason that Ronaldo was bought into the team two summers ago, after winning it for the third time in-a-row with Real Madrid.
Failure to beat Lyon could see the manager lose his job, or star player Ronaldo decide he wants to leave for PSG.
Will Ronaldo and Cuadrado be busting out the Siiii on Friday night?
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