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Cristiano Ronaldo Impresses Himself With Mad Skill, Scores a 'Basket' During Training: Watch


Last Updated: May 26, 2020, 16:16 IST


Cristiano Ronaldo (Photo Credit: Twitter)

Cristiano Ronaldo (Photo Credit: Twitter)

Cristiano Ronaldo, in a viral video, can be seen kicking a football into a basketball ring during a training session.

Cristiano Ronaldo fans are dying to watch the Portugal superstar in action after a lengthy break due to the COVID-19 pandemic which has brought the world to a standstill.

As the Italian Serie A plots a return soon, the teams have started training and reigning champions Juventus have also hit the ground running.

The Turin-based club shared a short video on their official Twitter handle showing Ronaldo flaunting his enviable skills. The 35-year old former Manchester United and Real Madrid star forward is seen tossing a football effortlessly into thin air to score a basket.

The ever-expressive Ronaldo pumped his fists after that effort as the post read: " Facile facile, @cristiano."

Juventus' players have been carrying out individual training sessions in small groups, all whilst keeping their distance at Continassa.

But last week, the Italian giants informed that all its first-team players tested negative for COVID-19 and that training will resume in "larger groups" in the next few days.

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All football in Italy has been suspended since March as a precautionary measure against coronavirus pandemic and the authorities are now targetting mid-June as a possible return date for Serie A which remains suspended at least until June 14.

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The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has set the date of commencement for the start of 2020-21 season as September 1, adding that the current Serie A season will have to be completed by August 20.

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