- Cristiano Ronaldo inspired Juventus to a 4-1 win over Spezia last weekend
- The Portuguese scored a brace despite coming on as a substitute in the second half
- Ronaldo, however, dodged questions on the COVID-19 test procedure after the encounter
Cristiano Ronaldo announced his return with a brace in Juventus' 4-1 triumph over Spezia in the Serie A over the weekend.
The 35-year-old came on for Paulo Dybala in the 56th minute and barely three minutes later, he registered his name on the scores sheet.
He completed his double from the penalty spot in the 76th minute as he continued to excite his fans across the globe.
However, the forward who recently recovered from the deadly coronavirus labelled the swab tests as rubbish after testing positive twice before eventually getting a negative result last week.
Before being cleared for the Spezia game, he missed out on four games including their 2-0 Champions League defeat to Barcelona at the Allianz Stadium.
Daily Mail reports that the former Real Madrid winger slammed the 'buls***' Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) testing system.
When Sky Sports asked him about his opinion on the testing procedures, he dodged the question for another comment.
"Cristiano is back this is the most important thing. I have been stationary. I had no symptoms and I felt good. Today I went back to doing what I like, playing football.
"Serie A is a competitive league. Milan are doing a great job, as well as Lazio and Napoli. We have to work hard, but we are growing."
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Sources claim he was like a beast tamed to stay in a cage during his time in isolation as reported by Italian news outlet Tuttosport.
Sunday's victory moved the Italian giants up to third in Serie A - four points behind leaders AC Milan after six games.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has recounted how Sir Alex Ferguson helped him develop from boyhood to manhood during his six-year reign at Old Trafford.
The Portuguese joined Manchester United from Sporting Lisbon in 2003 and won three Premier Leagues, one Champions League title and a Ballon d'Or award.
During his spell with the Red Devils, the 35-year-old encountered some personal issues but revealed that the legendary manager helped him get through his trying moments.
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