- Cristiano Ronaldo returned to action for the first time since the middle of March
- The 35-year-old fired blanks all through the meeting despite getting a chance through the spot-kick
- Ronaldo pulled oof a rabona cross shortly after dribbling AC Milan defender Laxalt
Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo announced his return to football for the first time since March with an incredible rabona skill during their Coppa Italia semifinal clash.
The 35-year-old failed to find the back of the net despite being given a penalty, he however didn't stop himself from enjoying the game all the way.
Ronaldo hogged headlines in the dallies after superbly dribbling Diego Laxalt before the winger did a rabona cross at the right side of the visitor's 18-yard box.
Despite the Portugues missing a crucial spot-kick earlier in the game, Juve progressed to the final of the cup competition - thanks to Ronaldo's late minute penalty from the first leg in February.
Maurizio Sarri's men advanced to the last stage on away goals rule following their 1-1 draw earlier this year at the San Siro.
The match also saw Ante Rebic, who scored in for Milan in the first leg sent off after Stamping his studs on Danilo's chest.
Sport Bible revealed that the Croat was first handed a warning card but VAR felt the crime was bigger than the caution he got, and the yellow was upturned and red card was issued.
Meanwhile, many lashed out at Ronaldo for missing the crucial spot-kick which could have given them an outright win in the second leg of their semifinal clash earlier this weekend.
Maurizio Sarri will now face his former club in the final of the cup competition after Napoli and Inter Milan played 1-1 draw in their meeting but progressed on 2-1 aggregate.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Juventus are through to the final of this year's Coppa Italia championship on an away goal rule despite failing to find the back of the net in the second leg of their semifinal clash.
The Old Lady had a chance to take the lead just 16 minutes after the encounter but he failed to find the back of the net.
It was the first-ever time the 35-year-old missed a spot-kick in the colours of the Italian League champions this year, but his mistake didn't haunt his team at the end of the meeting.
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