- Cristiano Ronaldo tested positive for the coronavirus during the international break
- The Juventus striker is currently recuperating from his Turin home
- Ronaldo has taken time to send an inspiring message to his followers
Cristiano Ronaldo has once again dished an inspiring message to his followers on social media as he makes recovery from the coronavirus.
He could only watch from an isolated apartment during Portugal’s UEFA Nations League clash with Sweden on Wednesday night, October 14.
The team captain tested positive for coronavirus while he was on national duty at the UEFA Nations League.
The striker was the only player in the squad that returned positive result and he was immediately isolated.
Ronaldo was unavailable on Tuesday night, October 20 when Juventus defeated Dynamo Kyiv in the UEFA Champions League courtesy an Alvaro Morata brace as Ronaldo was unavailable.
The Portuguese captain continues his recovery from his home in Turin and in his latest post, he is seen on a low cut while having a time in the gym.
He captioned the post:
“Success in life is not measured by what you achieve, but by the obstacles you overcome.”
The 35-year-old has always updated his over 150 million followers across social media on how he doing.
He recently inspired the fans with an earlier post saying “don't let what you can't do stand in the way of what you can do,” he captioned the photo of himself sitting by the pool side.
Ronaldo has continued to be an inspiration to millions across the globe on and off the pitch.
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid goal poacher has been referred to as one of the greatest players ever.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Samuel Eto’o is furious that he has been labeled as a winger by judges despite him spending more than two decades playing as a top striker for various clubs, Dailymail reports.
In the compilation of the greatest XI in all categories ever, the four-time Africa Men's Player of the Year was categorised alongside perpetual wingers including David Beckham, Lionel Messi and Adjen Robben.
According to the compilation, stars that make up the centre-forward nominees include Gerd Muller, Ronaldo, Marco van Basten, Johann Cryuff, George Weah and a host of others.
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