- Cristiano Ronaldo shows off incredible skill in Juventus training
- The 35-year-old stunningly scooped a football from the ground straight into the basketball hoop
- Ronaldo returned to Juve training last week after 14 days of self-isolation in Turin on return from Portugal
Cristiano Ronaldo appears unaffected by the seven weeks break mandated by the outbreak of deadly coronavirus after showing one incredible skill in training earlier this week.
The 35-year-old returned to Juventus training last week having observed 14 days in self-isolation after travelling back to Italy from Portugal earlier this month.
However, the former Manchester United winger was delighted after pulling off one of Michael Jordan's stunning trick shot in training on Monday.
A delighted Ronaldo scooped the ball with his right leg and it went straight into the basketball net before the attacker celebrated shouting 'goal ball'.
The attacker is getting his skills back on track and will be hoping to help the Old Lady win their ninth consecutive Serie A title once the league resumes soon.
As it stands Maurizio Sarri's men are gapping Lazio by just one point after 26 rounds of matches before the league was suspended in March.
Despite being locked down for about two months, the Portuguese star never stopped training as he worked out on several occasions with his partner Georgina Rodriguez in his personal gym.
And at other times, the 35-year-old would train with the ball alongside his first son Cristiano Junior in his garden.
According to Daily Star, Serie A could finally be back on June 13 but this is expected to be ratified by the Italian officials on Thursday. There are 12 more matches left to play before the season wraps up.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has given Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri the good information on what he needs to know on how to manage Cristiano Ronaldo.
The 35-year-old who currently has a deal with the Old Lady until 2022 played under Ancelotti at Real Madrid for two years where they both won the Champions League.
Ancelotti was able to get the best out of Cristiano Ronaldo in 2014 which helped Los Blancos win the Champions League.
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