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Ronaldo frustrated the Covid-19 test process, posting clips of enthusiastic practice

Ronaldo is very eager to return because he feels very healthy, but the PCR test results show that the Portuguese superstar is still infected with Covid-19.

The great war between Juventus and Barcelona lacks an important name. That is Cristiano Ronaldo, the Portuguese superstar who is still suffering from Covid-19 after 3 tests and still has to isolate himself at his own home. Without the brightest star, Juventus lost 0-2 after 2 goals from Ousmane Dembele and Leo Messi.

A question that many people are interested in at the moment is how is Ronaldo’s current health condition? The answer is very strong. The Portuguese superstar constantly uploads pictures, but videos prove his health is very normal.

Most recently, Ronaldo posted a video on social media showing the Portuguese superstar wearing a Juventus jersey running on a treadmill and then jumping down to make a familiar swinging dance. Along with that is a message to the teammates at Juventus.

In good health but still not able to play, this makes Ronaldo feel frustrated. According to Tuttosport, Ronaldo “is like a monster locked in a cage” and is extremely dissatisfied with being quarantined up to this point.

In a later comment on social networks, Ronaldo could not even keep his composure when he said “hard of hearing”. “PCR testing is nonsense.” Molecular biology testing (PCR) is playing an important role in determining whether a person is infected with Covid-19 or not.

In fact, since being found positive for Covid-19 up to now, Ronaldo has never had any symptoms of infection. Since being in the Portuguese team until now at home, CR7 has not shown any signs and is still functioning normally.

The problem is that the PCR test still shows the Portuguese superstar infected. Therefore, quarantine measures are necessary to avoid transmission. Ronaldo clearly has reason to be impatient because this is the fourth match that CR7 could not participate with Juventus and the results of the team were not satisfactory (1 win, 2 draws, 1 loss).

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Messi surpasses Ronaldo in the statistics of the top 5 leagues in Europe

Lionel Messi has surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo in terms of personal stats in the top 5 leagues in Europe this season.

Who Scored experts said Lionel Messi was robbed of the 7th Golden Ball when France Football magazine decided not to award this year because of the influence of the COVID-19 epidemic.

In fact, Who Scored experts still score Messi the highest score among the hundreds of players who are playing in the top 5 European championships: Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga and Ligue 1.

Messi was scored 8.71 points, higher than the second ranked player Kylian Mbappe with only 8.14 points. Robert Lewandowski ranked third with 8.13 points, while Cristiano Ronaldo had only 7.91 points and ranked fourth.

Although Barca could not win La Liga, Messi’s performance was still highly appreciated. He broke the league’s record of assists, becoming La Liga’s all-time leading goalscorer and assists. In addition, Messi also became the first player to have at least 20 goals and assists in the same season in the Spanish championship.

Therefore, many people agree with Who Scored’s assessment when choosing Messi as the best player this season.┬áBut there are also many opposing the fact that Ronaldo is only ranked the fourth highest despite the Portuguese striker scoring 30 goals in 30 games in Serie A.

In addition, Kylian Mbappe was not given a fair score because Ligue 1 had to end early, while Lewandowski was also very popular to win the Golden Ball after scoring 34 goals in 31 matches in the Bundesliga.

Top 10 best players in Europe’s top 5 leagues according to Who Scored (10 point scale)

Lionel Messi – 8.71

Kylian Mbappe – 8.14

Robert Lewandowski – 8.13

Cristiano Ronaldo – 7.91

Kevin de Bruyne – 7.88 

Angel di Maria – 7.75

Dimitri Payet – 7.73

Josip Ilicic – 7.65

Jadon Sancho – 7.64

Timo Werner – 7.60

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How many goals does Neymar score in his career?

Although only 28 years old, but Neymar has reached an impressive scoring milestone, promising to approach two superstars Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Neymar was once considered the star that could replace Messi and Ronaldo dominated world football. Although not yet done, but at least the Brazilian superstar still forced people to remind him of his remarkable scoring skills.

Before the European tournaments were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the striker born in 1992 was able to shine with the goal to open the score in the return leg of the 1/8 Champions League against Dortmund.  

Neymar’s strike in the head of the city in the 28th minute helped PSG beat Dortmund with a score of 3-2, thereby booking a place in the quarter-finals of the club’s most prestigious continent.

According to statistics, that is the 400th goal of Neymar in both the club career, the young teams of Brazil and the Brazilian national team. 400 goals is clearly an impressive milestone for a player who hasn’t turned 30 yet.  

That is, Neymar can completely go as far as to go beyond the goals of Ronaldo and Messi, who have entered the end of their careers (Ronaldo and Messi have scored a total of 1,449 goals, of which El Pulga poor CR7 once tore the opponent).

Of the 400 goals so far, 138 have been scored by Neymar in the Santos shirt, the team he has worked with since starting his career until the age of 21.

In 4 years with Barca, from 2013 to 2017, the Brazilian superstar has 114 goals, ie, the average of each opponent’s net 28.5 times. At PSG, Neymar has 69 fires, many of which are decisive goals. In the Brazil national team shirt, Neymar has 61 goals after 101 appearances. The remaining 18 goals were scored by the striker born in 1992 for young teams (1 goal of U17, 9 goals of U20 and 8 goals of Olympic).

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