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Cristiano Ronaldo may be 34 years of age but he still possesses a deadly turn of pace - case being his dart from one box to the other in the thrilling 4-3 win over Napoli.
In the 15th minute, Juventus counter attacked from the box and Ronaldo raced up the pitch with the same level of speed he would regularly demonstrate during his time at Manchester United.
Incredibly he got to one box to the other in 10 seconds, clocking in at 33.12 km/h as Juventus turned defence into attack in rapid fashion.
With a strong focus on keeping himself in pristine physical condition, Ronaldo has been able to maintain the attributes he developed as a young player back in the day.
Only last year, in Russia, he recorded the fastest top speed at the World Cup, beating 735 players at the tournament in terms of raw pace thanks to an insane 80-yard stride up the pitch against Spain - a game he scored a stunning hat-trick in.
Earlier this summer, the five-time Ballon d'Or completely destroyed teammate Gonzalo Higuain in a speed/agility test as part of Juventus' pre-season training.
Higuain, who has headed back to Turin after an underwhelming spell at Chelsea, looked sluggish whereas Ronaldo, three years his elder, flew out of the traps in blistering fashion.
Try and find another 34-year old who can sprint like Ronaldo can...