- Cristiano Ronaldo continued training despite being eligible to play for Juventus
- The Portuguese striker wore his team's jersey with his trademark celebrations
- Ronaldo encouraged his teammates after losing to Barcelona in the Champions League
Cristiano Ronaldo trained with his Juventus shirt on shortly after his side lost to Barcelona by 2-0 in a Champions League clash, The Sun.
The 35-year-old tested positive for the deadly coronavirus disease for the third time following his involvement for Portugal during the international break.
Ronaldo got on the treadmill with his trademark celebration on Instagram after being unable to feature for his side's last two matches.
It is understood the Portuguese icon is not suffering from any COVID-19 symptoms but continues to keep up with his fitness level while on quarantine.
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CR7 tested positive for the third time and was furious with the outcome of the results when he attacked the PCR testing, but later deleted his comments on social media.
The former Real Madrid man paced on the treadmill and leaped off to produced his trademark celebration, 'Siuu'.
He then sent an encouraging message to his Juve teammates following the loss to his Lionel Messi's club.
He captioned the post:
"Come on guys! All together! Until the end!"
The chance of seeing Ronaldo and Messi going head-to-head again was denied as the debate went on social media.
Barcelona posted a photo on their official Twitter handle:
"We are glad you were able to see the GOAT on your pitch, Juventus!"
Juventus social media team also responded:
"You probably looked it up in the wrong dictionary. We'll bring you the right one at Camp Nou."
The Bianconeri suffered a 2-0 defeat to Barcelona in Turin, Alvaro Morata having all of his three goals ruled out for offside.
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The second leg comes up on December 8, at the Camp Nou where fans will be eager to see Ronaldo and Messi come face-to-face again.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo tested positive for the third time ahead of Juventus Champions League clash with Barcelona in midweek, Daily Mail reports.
The 35-year-old for the third time tested positive for the deadly coronavirus disease for the since his first test on October 13.
The Portugal international recorded another positive COVID-19 result on Tuesday after testing positive for the first time on October 13.
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