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Sport Ronaldo will improve the more he plays, says Sarri

09:15  27 june  2020
09:15  27 june  2020 Source:   goal.com

Ramsey tells Sarri his best position and explains what it’s like to play with Ronaldo and Dybala

  Ramsey tells Sarri his best position and explains what it’s like to play with Ronaldo and Dybala The Wales international linked up with the Bianconeri as a free agent in the summer of 2019 and is enjoying forming part of a star-studded squadThe Wales international is approaching the end of what has been an eventful debut campaign in Turin. Having been snapped up from Arsenal as a free agent, the 29-year-old has made 24 appearances and recorded four goals in a season disrupted by injury and the coronavirus pandemic.

" He needs to do a few more tests like he did this morning." Opponents Milan come into the game on the back of a morale-denting 4-2 derby loss to Inter, but Sarri is taking nothing for granted at San Siro. "Milan have improved a lot in this period," said the former Chelsea boss, whose side are hoping to

Cristiano Ronaldo is on sensational form and Maurizio Sarri would not divulge if he is planning to Sarri also provided an update on Giorgio Chiellini, who has not played since August having had "Chiellini's road to recovery looks good," said Sarri . " He needs to do a few more tests like he did this

Giulio Donati playing a game of football: Cristiano Ronaldo in action against Lecce © Getty Images Cristiano Ronaldo in action against Lecce

Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo will improve the more he plays after the coronavirus-enforced break, according to head coach Maurizio Sarri.

Ronaldo converted a penalty as Serie A leaders Juve routed 10-man Lecce 4-0 in Turin on Friday – the defending champions opening a seven-point advantage over scudetto challengers Lazio.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner took his tally to 23 goals in Serie A this season, though Ronaldo has been in the headlines for his lack of form since the 2019-20 campaign restarted earlier this month following the COVID-19 crisis.

Ronaldo not at level

 Ronaldo not at level © Provided by Sports.fr Cristiano Ronaldo Maurizio Sarri recognized it without difficulty after the defeat of Juventus in the final of the Italian Cup: Cristiano Ronaldo was too physically fair to make the difference. Maurizio Sarri will still have to wait before lifting a first trophy in Italy. If the Italian technician can claim to have won the Europa League with Chelsea last season, his record remains blank on the other side of the Alps.

Sarri said : "It is difficult; we have many strong players and some are out. "They are all atypical " Ronaldo is a centre-forward who starts off-centre. Today Cristiano had to rest; he cannot play 75 "We can improve on everything," said Sarri . "On a defensive level we have room for improvement.

Maurizio Sarri explained his decision to rest Cristiano Ronaldo for Juventus' 2-0 victory over Brescia, saying the 35-year-old forward "cannot play Juve boss Sarri felt Portugal star Ronaldo needed time to put his feet up given the workload he has for club and country. Sarri said : "It is difficult; we have

Asked about Ronaldo post-match, Sarri told reporters: "Cristiano now can play with a good fit. He needs to improve after the break and he is doing match after match.

"He needs to play a lot. In the future we will find the way to preserve him across matches or for some matches.

"He is great in listening to himself and he will realise when he will need to stop and rest. But now I think he fits quite well."

Juve overran Lecce following a goalless opening 45 minutes which saw Fabio Lucioni sent off, with Paulo Dybala, Ronaldo, Gonzalo Higuain and Matthijs de Ligt on target in the second half.

Ronaldo teed up Dybala to score a brilliant 53rd-minute opener before doubling the lead from the penalty spot nine minutes later.

Juve forward Ronaldo was again influential for substitute Higuain's strike in the 83rd minute, with De Ligt rounding off the rout five minutes from the end.

Amid doubts and criticism over Higuain, Sarri said: "For us he is very important. He is powerful, one of the strongest centre forward in the world right now. He can be decisive for us at the end of the season."

Juve – top of the table through 28 matches – travel to relegation-threatened Genoa on Tuesday.

Sarri: Individual's phenomenal skills were key in Juventus win .
The Italian coach concedes his side's victory was down to individuals and not the team as a wholeStunning goals from Ronaldo, Dybala and Costa ensured titleholders Juve stayed four points clear of scudetto challengers Lazio thanks to Tuesday's 3-1 victory at struggling Genoa.

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