- Cristiano Ronaldo pleaded with Massimo Allegri to adopt more attacking tactics against Atletico Madrid
- The Portuguese star believes Juve must play with the same attacking mindset like former club Real Madrid
- Atletico go into Tuesday's Champions League clash against Juventus with a two-goal advantage from the first leg clash
Cristiano Ronaldo is unhappy with Juventus squad members inability to play like former club Real Madrid, according to reports in Italy.
The Sun claims Juventus defeated Napoli 2-1 in a top Serie A showdown last week, with Ronaldo, who moved to Italy last summer looking frustrated throughout the game.
Ronaldo alongside the trio of Paulo Dybala, Giorgio Chiellini, and Leonardo Bonucci were all unused substitutes during Juve’s 4-1 win over Udinese on Friday.
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Club boss Allegri was looking ahead of today’s Champions League last 16 reverse tie against Atletico Madrid.
The Portuguese star is frustrated with Old Lady’s defensive play and requires three goals without conceding tonight to topple Atletico in their Champions League.
The Spanish side take a two-goal advantage going into the contest with goals from Jose Jimenez and Diego Godin.
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Ronaldo appeared unhappy as he gestured to Atletico fans how many times he has claimed the Champions League silverware.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Atletico Madrid are one leg through to the quarter final stage of this season's UEFA Champions League after beating Juventus 2-0 at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano on Wednesday.
The hosts needed two quick second half goals to ensure they coast to 2-0 victory in front of their home fans.
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