- Cristiano Ronaldo played for Juventus against Inter Milan on Tuesday night, February 9
- The Portuguese star dribbled two defenders perfectly but failed to score
- Ronaldo and his teammates at Juventus have qualified for the final of the Coppa Italia
Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo recently turned 36 in which football fans around the world sent their congratulatory messages to the Juventus superstar who has been great this term.
Despite his age, Cristiano Ronaldo proved on Tuesday night, February 9, that it is just a number after showing incredible dribbling style against Inter Milan.
Although, Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates at Juventus were forced to goalless draw in the second leg of the Coppa Italia, but the Old Lady went to qualify for the final thanks to their 2-1 first leg win.
Interestingly, Cristiano Ronaldo scored the two goals for Juventus at San Siro which was a painful defeat for Antonio Conte and his wards.
Ronaldo and his teammates will face the winners of the other semi-final, contested by Atalanta and Napoli on Wednesday night, in May.
In the 20th minute against Inter Milan, Cristiano Ronaldo almost scored after beating two defenders before forcing a fine save from goalkeeper Samir Handanovic with a powerful effort.
Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates at Juventus are currently occupying third position on the Italian Serie A with 42 points after 20 games played so far.
Pirlo and his wards will be facing Napoli in their next Serie A encounter on Saturday, February 13.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how six years ago, a young Japanese footballer was ridiculed by his own people when he told Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo that he would love to play with him in the future.
Ryota Iwaoka is the name of the Japanese youngster and he was 12 when he had the opportunity to meet his idol Cristiano Ronaldo who was then playing for Real Madrid.
Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the best footballers in the world and the Portuguese is also someone upcoming footballers will all love to meet and have talks with.
So back in 2014, Ryota Iwaoka was in joyous mood when he was given the chance to interview Cristiano Ronaldo in question and answer segment.
And while discussing with the five-time Ballon d'Or winner, Iwaoka made it clear that his dream is to grow up and play on the same pitch with Cristiano Ronaldo.